Pittsburgh International Airport

Cancun

Dare to Explore

Cancun is one of the world’s top tourist destinations because of its white sandy beaches and crystal blue water, but it also has so much more to offer. Pittsburgh International Airport offers nonstop seasonal flights to this tropical paradise. It is the perfect place for friends, family or even your team’s work retreat.

Not sure where to stay? Cancun is filled with luxurious villas and all-inclusive resorts. There are options for everyone’s budgets.

Dare to Get Away

Fly with our Airline Partners
Travel from Pittsburgh International Airport directly to Cancun International Airport by booking a nonstop flight from one of the following airline partners offering daily roundtrip service:

  • Fly with Apple Vacations
    Book the complete package. Choose a flight and add on one of the many resorts in the area.
  • Fly with Southwest
    Find a fare for every budget. No unexpected fees, just Trans farency™ pricing.
  • Fly with Spirit
    No 'free' bag, no 'free' drinks – just Bare Fare™ rates with this budget-friendly carrier.
  • Fly with Delta Air Lines
    As a leader in domestic and international travel, Delta offers business and first-class ticketing.
  • Fly with Vacation Express
    Find exclusive offers and packages deals with roundtrip flight and hotel accommodations.

Make Your Move

For the Ocean Lover…
Plan an underwater adventure like snorkeling or scuba diving in the world’s second largest barrier reef. You can even explore the underground rivers that flow in the Yucatan Peninsula. They are the longest network of underground rivers and caves in the world.

For the Explorer…
Schedule a zip line adventure over Cancun’s Extreme Canopy. Once you’re finished soaring over the tree tops, take a hike and explore some of the lush, beautiful hillsides that surround the shorelines.

For the History Enthusiast…
Take a piece of history home with you. Chichen Itza is one of the largest tourism attractions near Cancun and was named one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Additionally, this site was one of the largest Mayan cities and is thought to be a great mythical city of Mesoamerica.