American Airlines is the Third Carrier to Fly to Tulum’s New Airport

by Anthony Losanno
American Tails

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Tulum, Mexico’s new Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport (TQO) will begin to offer international flights in March 2024. Delta Air Lines announced earlier this month that it would begin service from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) and Spirit Airlines quickly added flights from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Orlando International Airport (MCO). Now, American Airlines is joining the party with flights from three of its hubs.


Starting on March 28th, American will fly from Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), and Miami International Airport (MIA) daily (Dallas will see 2x daily flights). These will all be operated with Boeing 737 aircraft.

These new flights to Tulum’s Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport (TQO) add to American’s record winter service to nearby Cancun International Airport (CUN). American will offer 35 daily flights to Cancun this winter with flights from both its hubs and several other US airports (more here).

Anthony’s Take: Tulum is a much quieter more relaxing vibe than Cancun. With all of these new flights, I hope that it doesn’t change due to overcrowding.

(Featured Image Credit: American Airlines).

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