It’s faster, more convenient, scenic, luxurious and easy. Everybody likes EASY! This is what Tropic Air has done with travel to and from Belize and Cancun, Mexico. Its daily scheduled flights have bridged a gap between both countries and eliminated the cumbersome overnights stays in Cancun or long bus rides for those travelers connecting to Belize and Central America. Plus it’s ideal for Belizeans who choose Cancun as a vacation destination.
Cancun and other Mexican destinations in the Yucatan Peninsula seemed a long distance away as the usual route would be to take an 8-hour bus ride from Belize City or 6-hour bus from Chetumal, Mexico to Cancun. These long and tedious traveling hours have been significantly reduced with Tropic Air’s connection that was first launched over a year ago on March 2013.
Since then the route has picked up significant momentum that the airline added two new frequencies that allowed, for the first time, European visitors to connect southbound (same day) to Belize in Cancun. Passengers are able to transit in Cancun from Frankfurt, London, Manchester, Paris, Madrid, Munich and Amsterdam and get to Belize without cumbersome overnights. The current daily flight already allows for similar connections to be made northbound without having to overnight in Cancun.
The route now has daily scheduled flights throughout the week with the two new frequencies added on Tuesdays and Saturdays between Belize City International and Cancun:
Here is how EASY your flight to Cancun, Mexico is via Tropic Air:
Tropic Air Belize-Cancun Boarding Pass
Boarding Tropic Air's King Air Aircraft at Belize City's International Airport
Inside Tropic Air's King Air Aircraft enroute from Belize to Cancun
The flight allows for amazing views of the Belize and Yucatan Peninsula coastline so you spend most of the time admiring the views
Flying over the island of Caye Caulker, Belize
A view of Rocky Point, Ambergris Caye, Belize bordering Mexico. The colors are spectacular, to say the least
Enjoying the short and comfortable 1-hour, 15min flight to Cancun
Flying over the Riviera Maya, Mexico enroute to Cancun, Mexico. You also enjoy views of Xcalak, Mahahual and Cozumel
Tropic Air plane taxis at the private terminal of Cancun's International Airport. It has its own customs & immigration desk making it faster to get your passort stamped and out of the airport. You avoid the long lines and congestion of the main terminal. Pick ups to your hotel can me arranged personally or you can take the regularly scheduled shuttles to the main terminal to get a taxi.
Cancun International Airport is located 7.5 miles (12km) from downtown Cancun and 12.5 miles (20 km) southwest from the heart of the hotel zone; about a 20 to 30 minute ride. From the airport, frequent “shared vans” transfers to your hotel are available from $8 - $10 dollars per person. Private taxis also operate from the airport but the rates go from $50 - $60 dollars per vehicle.
Tropic Air's counter at Cancun International Airport
Once at your hotel in Cancun you can sit back and relax like at the all-inclusive resort of Moon Palace...
...or enjoy the nightlife, cultural attractions, culinary tours, and adventure tours like this one - atop the main Maya Temple of Coba Archeological Site
Leaving is never easy: With dirty shoes covered in mud from all the sightseeing tours and your Tropic Air Boarding Pass in hand, you wait at the private terminal waiting area for your flight back to Belize
Cancun, Q.Roo is Tropic's second destination in Mexico that includes Merida, Yucatan. Tropic also has two routes to Honduras heading to the island of Roatan and the city of San Pedro Sula and has one route to Flores in Guatemala. This is in addition to its 11 domestic destinations within Belize.
Flights are bookable via the web at www.tropicair.com, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at (501) 226-2012, by contacting any of their stations, or your friendly travel professional.
About Tropic Air
Tropic Air operates a fleet of 12 aircraft to 14 destinations in Belize, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico, and carried over 230,000 passengers in 2012. For 34 years Tropic Air has been a leader in the airline business in Belize, and employs over 250 people.