Cheap Flights From Washington To Cancun

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Flight information Washington to Cancun

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 1371 miles

3h 25min

Most popular airline last month

Southwest Airlines


1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Cancun: Cancun.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Washington to Cancun is $220. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
3h 25min is the average flight time from Washington to Cancun.
There are 3 airlines who fly non-stop from Washington to Cancun.
There are 30 flights per week flying from Washington to Cancun, as of October.

Take a cheap flight from Washington to Cancun, especially when you're looking to escape the cold winter months from December through March. While the average January temperature in Washington, D.C. is 39 degrees Fahrenheit, sunny Cancun remains a lovely 73-82 degrees year-round. You may wish to avoid Cancun during the rainy season, from August through October, however. Look for the cheapest times of the month to fly from Washington to Cancun using Skyscanner's on-line tools. Pinpoint the month and year you want to travel, and let our site figure out the best deals for this route.

Which Airlines Fly From Washington To Cancun?

Some popular airline companies flying from Washington to Cancun include Aeromexico, United, American, Delta, jetBlue, and Frontier Airlines.

Are There Direct Flights From Washington To Cancun?

You can find direct flights from Washington, D.C. to Cancun (CUN) out of either Washington Dulles (IAD) or Baltimore Washington International (BWI) Airports. Spirit Airlines, Aeromexico, and United Airlines offer daily non-stop flights on this route.

Washington, D.C. Airport Information

You may be taking a Washington to Cancun flight out of either Dulles International (IAD) or Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI).

There are more flight choices on this route flying out of IAD, with its 139 gates. This airport has five concourses and public parking for over 24,000 cars. In lieu of driving to Dulles International for your flight to Cancun, you can take the Metrorail/Silver Line Express Bus to the center of the airport terminal. Excellent retail shops, services, and restaurants are located on each concourse.

Traveling to Baltimore Washington Airport by car is also easy, with lots of parking options that include hourly, daily, express and long-term rates. Or leave the car at home and take the rail or bus to the airport via Amtrak, MTA Light Rail, MTA MARC, or various MTA bus services. There are five concourses at BWI, with shops, eateries, and bars. A Cardio Trail at the Main Terminal has two walking loops for those who want to keep fit while awaiting their flight. Each loop takes about 20 minutes to complete. There is also a gym on Concourse D where you can work out and take a shower pre-flight.

Terminals at Cancun Airport

There are three terminals at Cancun Airport, plus an FBO terminal for private jets. When your flight from Washington arrives at Cancun Airport at Terminal 2 or 3, you will go to the immigration reception area to show your passport and entry documents supplied by your airline or in this section of the airport. After the immigration check-in process is complete, you may continue on to baggage claim to retrieve your luggage. From there, you must go to customs, where your bags will be screened and your customs declaration form requested. After clearing customs, you can go on to the arrivals gate and secure your transportation to your hotel or resort, about a 25-minute ride away. It's best to pre-arrange your shuttle transportation to your hotel or car rental at the airport before leaving Washington.

What Time Should I Get To The Airport?

Plan on arriving at the Washington, D.C. airport for your flight to Cancun two-and-a-half to three hours prior to the scheduled departure to allow enough time for check-in, baggage check, security clearance, and other issues that may arise.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.