Guadalajara International Airport, also known locally as Miguel Hidalgo Y Costilla International Airport, is served well by several major Mexican airline companies. This airport is a major hub for Aermexico, which is the national airline company of Mexico. This large domestic airline connects the city of Guadalajara with several important U.S. destinations. Aeromexico provides non-stop flights to California’s Fresno, Los Angeles, Ontario, San Francisco, and Sacramento. The primary airports in Chicago and Las Vegas are also on the list of Aeromexico flights. All of the U.S. trips operated by Aeromexico take off from Concourse A in Terminal 1 at Guadalajara International Airport.
The Aeromexico Connect service links Guadalajara International Airport with more than a dozen other domestic destinations. Chihuahua, Ciudad Juarez, Mazaltan, Monterrey, Puerto Vallarta, Tijuana, and Veracruz can be reached via this regional service. Of course, Aeromexico Connect also offers trips to the country’s capital of Mexico City. All of these domestic flights depart from the gates in Terminal 2.
Passengers at Guadalajara International Airport can rely on two other domestic airlines for non stop flights to destinations within Mexico. VivaAerobus operates a schedule featuring more than ten Mexican destinations. This low-cost company is actually part of Ryanair, the largest low-cost carrier in Europe. Volaris is also a low-cost airline that operates a similar domestic schedule. Both of these Mexican airlines offer trips to Cancun, Hermosillo, La Paz, Monterrey, Puebla, and San Jose del Cabo. Terminal 2 at Guadalajara International Airport is dedicated to domestic flights by VivaAerobus and Volaris.
In addition to providing busy domestic service, Volaris also connects Guadalajara with several major cities in California, United States. Fresno, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose, San Diego, and Sacramento can be conveniently reached via Volaris. All of these international flights by Volaris are offered in Concourse A of Terminal 1.
Interjet is another major Mexican airline that serves the city of Guadalajara. This low cost carrier operates several domestic flights and an international flight to John Wayne Airport in California. Copa Airlines is the only Latin American airline company that serves Guadalajara International Airport. Panama’s flag carrier offers non-stop flights to Panama City.
Guadalajara International Airport is well connected to the United States thanks to Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, US Airways and United Airlines. Major cities such as Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Salt Lake City and Phoenix can be reached by using these large American carriers that all operate in Concourse A at Terminal 1.