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Puerto Barrios Airport is 7 miles from Puerto Barrios, Guatemala, which is approximately 46 miles from Guatemala City. Mundo Maya International Airport (MGMM) is the closest airport to Puerto Barrios with international flights available from Flores.
Guatemala's laws regarding child safety seats are not particularly stringent, and the country does not have any specific regulations in place regarding the use of child restraints. However, anyone riding in the front seat of a vehicle must wear a seatbelt at all times because doing so will lessen the likelihood that they will sustain an injury in the event of an accident.
When traveling from the United States to Guatemala on a tourist or business visa, US citizens are exempt from this requirement. They will, however, need a passport that is valid from the United States. You need to make sure that the passport is valid for at least another six months after the date that you are planning to leave Guatemala.
You're in luck if you're an explorer and the Mayan Ruins of Tikal have always been a lifelong goal of yours to explore. It's known for its unique architecture and intricate carving of stone, as well as its location within a national park that protects it from human interference. From George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), which is located in Houston, you can take a flight that will take you 967 miles to Santa Elena Airport, which is located in Flores.
When you're looking for a flight from the United States to Guatemala, there are a few options that are worth considering. The most popular flight routes include Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Guatemala City, John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York City to Guatemala City and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in Newark, NJ, and LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in Queens, NY also service Guatemala City.
Direct flights are the quickest and most convenient way to reach Guatemala. There are a number of airlines that provide direct flights from the United States to Guatemala City. These airlines include American Airlines, United, KLM, Air Canada, Delta Airlines, and Avianca Costa Rica. Delta's extensive route network connects it to over 150 destinations worldwide, including several routes from its hub at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Georgia. United offers flights from over 300 airports around the world, including several routes from its hub at Chicago O'Hare International Airport in Illinois. Additionally, Spirit Airlines operates direct flights between Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Guatemala City, Guatemala every day of the week.
An average nonstop flight from the United States to Guatemala takes 7h 01m, covering a distance of 1853 miles. The most popular route is Los Angeles - Guatemala City with an average flight time of 4h 35m.
The cheapest ticket to Guatemala from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $34 one-way, and $102 round-trip. The most popular route is from Los Angeles to Guatemala City and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $173.
United Airlines, American Airlines & Avianca fly the most frequently from the United States to Guatemala.
The next most popular destination is Flores (0.3%).
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Quick boarding and check in.. but premium seats don’t recline.. very hard to relax. But overall, it was a Great a satisfying experience.. Thank You
If they listen to you especially when there’s a problem with a passport now I lost my tickets and also my seat money
The worst airline I have ever experienced. Terrible customer service. Absolutely disgraceful
Checking bags at the airport, very confusing they make lines for different flights but they don’t have any signs, so if you are on the wrong line be aware they will send you to the end of the correct line. No priority for check in even if you pay and no priority to disabled persons and elderly persons.
Despite all the negative reviews, I took Volaris with a family of 4 (including a toddler and infant in arms). The only compliant was they charged me $70 to gate check our wagon (which we use as a stroller) and then it was not available for pickup at the gate (which is the entire point), so we had to get through customs and the airport with our luggage and no way to push our kids :(
Après avoir manqué l’avion aucune aide de la part des agents à l’aéroport pour trouver un autre vol
Más comida no cobrar tanto por los asientos y comida food
Worst airline ever!! Delays in all my flights!!! Do not flight with Volaris!
The departures screens in the airport showed the flight as canceled for some weird reason, but when I got to the gate just to double check, it showed it as on time, and not canceled. This was confusing, but ultimately I was able to get to where I needed to go.
For whatever reason, when I was in the San Jose airport, the flight from Volaris read as canceled on the Departures screens you'd find all over the terminal, it wasn't until I got to the gate that it showed it as on time and still on. It was confusing, but ultimately I did get to where I needed to go with the flight I was expecting.
Our flight was delayed 45 minutes and we missed our connection, while we were able to get a flight the following day the voucher for food did not work.
Worst airline experience of my life, depending on how the rest of my “customer service” experience goes I may never fly american airlines again.
Food on this flight was horrendous, and I've had a lot of plane food, I know it's not fine dining but everything tasted terrible. The staff were friendly and helpful, boarding was OK and flight was on time.
Nothing. I flew business class. I always try to avoid air Canada because it’s the worst airline and it’s proven on international level. Sad and embarrassing…
I didn't like them changing gates last minute and being stuck in a wheelchair when they were making final calls at the prior gate and not having anyone help me get to the gate. Seats were uncomfortable and did not recline.
We sat on the tarmac for 2 hours with very little air conditioning while the repair crew tried to fix an issue with the bathroom. The passsengers became restless and denanded to be ket off the okane to wait for the repairs to be done or board us on a new plane.