MAYAir is a regional airline based in Cancún, Mexico and its main base is Cancún International Airport (CUN) and the secondary base is Mérida International Airport (MID). Founded in 1994, it's first years were as a Charter Flight Company, becoming in the regional feeder airline for the Cancun-Cozumel shuttle with 6 daily round flights in comfortable 19-passenger Dornier 228 aircraft by February 2009. This new stage for the airline started as a joint venture with Lomas Travel Group, a Destination Management Company interested in providing the best experiences to visitors of Cancun and Riviera Maya since 1981.
This airline currently connects the major Mexican Southeast destinations: Cancun, Cozumel, Merida, Veracruz and Villahermosa. Daily flights between Mérida and Cancun, and also between Mérida and Villahermosa, Tabasco are available.
|AIRPORT||CITY AND COUNTRY|
|Cancún International Airport (HUB)||Cancún|
|Chetumal International Airport||Chetumal|
|Cozumel International Airport||Cozumel|
|Mérida International Airport (Secondary Hub)||Mérida|
|Villahermosa International Airport||Villahermosa|
Currently, MAYAir offers one class fare on its flights: the standard economy. You can stay entertained on board with MAYAair's in-flight magazines iTips. The real excitement comes from the view — all seats are window seats, and the fact that the wings are over the windows means that everyone has a front-row seat to gaze at the gorgeous turquoise Caribbean waters below.
Enjoy comfortable and spacious seating with a good amount of legroom. The team will be on-hand to help.
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Carry-ons are accepted onboard MAYAir Flights, passengers are permitted one piece per person, as long as it does not exceed the following dimensions: tall 37 cm, wide 27 cm, 45 cm and its weight shall not exceed 5kg.
The maximum weight for checked baggage is 20kg per person.
MAYAir uses the fleet to connect the southeast of Mexico with flights to Cancun, Cozumel, Merida, Villahermosa and Veracruz.
As of October 2019, MAYAir's fleet consists of 8 aircraft:
Cancún International Airport is a hub for MAYAir and serves many airlines such as Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Turkish Airlines and much more. The airport is Latin America's fourth busiest and Mexico's second busiest airport, after Mexico City International Airport (MEX).