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Mexico Real Estate - News & Blogs
Mexico Real Estate - News & Blogs
Mexico Real Estate - News & Blogs

$90 Airfare-Come on Down to Mexico!

Last update 31 August, 2011
$90 Airfare-Come on Down to Mexico!
Popular cities like Cancun, Los Cabos, Mazatlan, Merida, Oaxaca and Puerto Vallarta are just some of this airline’s additional destinations.

The newest route between Houston and Monterrey will serve as an important link between one of the USA's major oil capitals and Mexico's largest industrial center.


VivaAerobus is one of Mexico’s premier low-cost air carriers and as of this July it will chart a new course from Houston, Texas, to Monterrey, Mexico. Flights will run on Thursday and Sundays for less than $90 one way. VivaAerobus also currently services Las Vegas, Nevada. While these are undoubtedly fabulous deals, with Investment Properties Mexico's special No-Pressure Refundable Airfare offer, real estate investors can see Mexico for practically nothing, as flight fees will be refunded upon closing on a property!

VivaAerobus flies to cities all throughout Mexico, but has its main hubs in Monterrey and Guadalajara. Popular cities like Cancun, Los Cabos, Mazatlan, Merida, Oaxaca and Puerto Vallarta are just some of this airline’s additional destinations. The hitch to flying with VivaAerobus is to book on short-notice, as this is where you will see the most savings. In fact, their standard fees are actually often more costly than those offered by other airlines for booking in advance. Take Continental, for example: Their lowest roundtrip airfare between Houston and Monterrey in mid-July booked over one month in advance costs $157, whereas VivaAerobus’s fare for an identical route booked on the same days is $225. On the other hand, Continental’s lowest fare during the same high season but booked only a week in advance sells for $550.

VivaAerobus also offers tremendous added flexibility on routes for those traveling within Mexico. Typically when you fly from one city to another within Mexico, you have to re-route through one of Mexico City’s main hubs. But because VivaAerobus has flights that originate in both Monterrey and Guadalajara, many travelers are more easily accommodated.

A joint venture between Iamsa and Irelandia, VivaAerobus was formed in 2006 with headquarters in Monterrey and has expanded greatly since that time in the Mexican market. The newest route between Houston and Monterrey will serve as an important link between one of the USA's major oil capitals and Mexico's largest industrial center.

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