Return Flights to Cancun (Mexico) from £269 @ Thomson
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Return Flights to Cancun (Mexico) from £269 @ Thomson

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Found 26th Sep 2017
Silly prices! Various airports like Manchester, Newcastle & Gatwick - can't see them lasting long tbh - have a play around with dates - seem to be end of Sept/Oct - poss more though?

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Average temp in Oct is a toasty 27c
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Hot. What's the flight time?
BuzzDuraband3 m ago

Hot. What's the flight time?


same as most flights that way morning departure 10-11am, landing late afternoon and return overnight landing home 7-8am

9-10 hours
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 26th Sep 2017
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whatyadoinsucka1 m ago

same as most flights that way 10-11am, landing late afternoon and return …same as most flights that way 10-11am, landing late afternoon and return overnight landing home 7-8am


Ah excellent, just what I needed to know. Thank you!

Wait what? 10 hours? I hope you all have fun
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 26th Sep 2017
Great price! Perfect for people who would like to help build the new wall!
BuzzDuraband2 m ago

Ah excellent, just what I needed to know. Thank you!Wait what? 10 hours? I …Ah excellent, just what I needed to know. Thank you!Wait what? 10 hours? I hope you all have fun


i've edited to add 9-10 hours flight time. i've flown caribbean the last few years and it eases you in gently, travel day one, try and stya up for an evening meal a few beers first night, then get a regular sleep and be on the +5 hours timeframe, coming home, a few hours kip on the fllight and i'm usually back to normal hours.
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whatyadoinsucka3 m ago

i've edited to add 9-10 hours flight time. i've flown caribbean the last …i've edited to add 9-10 hours flight time. i've flown caribbean the last few years and it eases you in gently, travel day one, try and stya up for an evening meal a few beers first night, then get a regular sleep and be on the +5 hours timeframe, coming home, a few hours kip on the fllight and i'm usually back to normal hours.


4 and a half hours is my limit. We did Turkey, then Lanzarote and in a couple of weeks Spain. I'm the worst flyer imaginable with regular visits to the doctors before hand for the Diazepam treatment

I kind of feel for the family, we're slowly getting closer and closer to the UK for our breaks. I'm thinking next year France then in 2020 possibly Devon
Mexico is not the safest place on Earth as much as ive heard.
Sounds cheap. But gulf of mexico. Risk of tornados and tropically harsh weather ? Republic of trump a stones throw away with Kim Jong Yung Clown threatening to press the red button and send things that way .....

Maybe me being overly cautious. But if i needed to go out there for a family visit or work commitment - great.

But to put my family in potentially harms way , id rather miss out on this 'bargain' .
9 hours will fly by 🏻
A relation flew out yesterday with wife and 5 month old child ,So checked weather , there's thunderstorms and temps of 84 for the next week, then checked a bit further and its like Florida , you see the dark clouds coming head for cover then a quick storm then dry about 10 minutes . That will be it for the day.
BuzzDuraband26 m ago

Hot. What's the flight time?



we'll get you on the plane

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These prices come and go all the time, but still a good find.

I did the trip to Puerta Vallarta (opposite side of Mexico) trip a few years back with Thompson, return for £240. The plane had technical problems on the way home, was stuck for 4 hours on the runway so they cancelled and rescheduled the flight for the next day. But because it was a Thompson flight and they had contacts with the local resorts the whole plane got 5star accomodation for the night. Was pleasantly surprised, especially as I was included and I wasnt on a package holiday, i just bought the cheap flights.

So yeah, this is a pretty good deal considering the operator.
andreasuk2 h, 39 m ago

Mexico is not the safest place on Earth as much as ive heard.

Then you probably haven't heard much. I lived in Playa del Carmen for over a year, told regularly stumble home in the middle of the night, and I lived in a Mexican neighborhood. The only concerns were to run past the stray dogs in the Mexican neighborhood, as they're likely to chase you unless you're walking. This is obviously not a problem in the touristy parts, where anyone from here would spend their time. Oh, and the occasional police bribe, but £5 will get you out of most stuff. Again, more likely to happen to you if you live and work there.
Edited by: "Lewp" 26th Sep 2017
Lewp53 m ago

Then you probably haven't heard much. I lived in Playa del Carmen for over …Then you probably haven't heard much. I lived in Playa del Carmen for over a year, told regularly stumble home in the middle of the night, and I lived in a Mexican neighborhood. The only concerns were to but run past the stay dogs, as they're likely to chase you. This is obviously not a problem in the touristy parts. Oh, and the occasional police bribe, but £5 will get you out of most stuff. Again, more likely to happen to you if you live and work there.



It is possible there are reasonable areas but i wouldnt take a chance if i didnt have to.
I prefer not to be chased by dogs either.
Edited by: "andreasuk" 26th Sep 2017
Two people sharing? Or just single tickets also?
andreasuk1 h, 26 m ago

Mexico is not the safest place on Earth as much as ive heard.


Trolls be trollin'
I spent a lovely time diving the Cenotes around Tulum. Excellent cavern and cave diving.
I'd feel much safer in the tourist resorts of the Yucatan peninsular than I would in London or even big cities like Manchester for example.
In playa del carmen region atm...
Not same as Florida afternoon flash thunderstorm from my experience.
Most days been fine, sometimes morning rain showers.
But yesterday lunchtime torrential rain for an hour!
Lots of mosquito bites when never usually affected.
But overall very safe, upmarket hotel complex.
Around 32 degrees every day since last Tuesday
Edited by: "c0untd0wn" 26th Sep 2017
andreasuk5 h, 58 m ago

Mexico is not the safest place on Earth as much as ive heard.


Ok. Stay at home then.
Destard1 h, 17 m ago

Ok. Stay at home then.

That's what's gonna happen this time.
Absolute poppycock! Most are £400 plus flight only! Add your hotels and a all inclusive holiday would be cheaper with the same company!
andreasuk26th Sep

Mexico is not the safest place on Earth as much as ive heard.



Don't believe everything you hear....Go and see for yourself
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