Cancun, Q.R. — U.S. carrier Spirit Airlines says that it will resume flights from the U.S. to Cancun at the end of the month. The reactivation of the flights are scheduled to begin June 26, however, the company says this is dependent on the continued lifting of travel restrictions.
Spirit says that they have 11 flights to Cancun scheduled during the last week of the month, and that in July, they will begin offering more than 30 flights from from U.S. cities including Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Denver, New York, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Austin, Orlando, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Boston, Tampa and Ft. Lauderdale (to name a few) to Cancun starting as low as $52 USD each way.
They say that dependent on travel restrictions, they are hoping to resume flights into Los Cabos for July. In the meantime, the air carrier confirms that new safety measures for passengers, crew and staff have been implemented.
Everyone onboard will be required to wear face masks for the duration of the flight, adding that high-touch surfaces such as handles, seatbelts, tray tables and arm rests will be sanitized between flights.