AM: NYC-CUN $648 in "J"

Old Jul 30, 17, 2:19 am
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AM: NYC-CUN $648 in "J"

A couple good fares on AeroMexico to Cancun with wide availability, from August to end of year, no min stay.

Sure thing, it's a 737, don't expect much from the metal. It's a MR.

$648 roundtrip
5780 flown miles
8670 MQM on Delta (150%)
(SkyMiles between 8670 and 19074 depending on status)
7.5cpm
1734 MQD (which makes it useful for those not committing to 25k waiver)

Sample date: Nov 11 https://goo.gl/flights/Wdmw
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Old Jul 30, 17, 3:17 am
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Originally Posted by tomasdev View Post
A couple good fares on AeroMexico to Cancun with wide availability, from August to end of year, no min stay.

Sure thing, it's a 737, don't expect much from the metal. It's a MR.

$648 roundtrip
5780 flown miles
8670 MQM on Delta (150%)
(SkyMiles between 8670 and 19074 depending on status)
7.5cpm
1734 MQD (which makes it useful for those not committing to 25k waiver)

Sample date: Nov 11 https://goo.gl/flights/Wdmw
Actually no, you can get AM's beautiful 787-9.

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Old Jul 30, 17, 11:15 am
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Can route on the 787, although it gets in to CUN at 1 AM, which isn't much fun, and the 787 isn't available on the way back unless you overnight. Best routing is probably JFK-MEX-CUN on AM metal on the outbound and CUN-MSP-JFK on the return on DL.
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Old Jul 31, 17, 4:14 pm
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Availability on AA is also there.
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Old Jul 31, 17, 10:30 pm
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Originally Posted by tomasdev View Post
Sure thing, it's a 737, don't expect much from the metal. It's a MR.
The newer version 738s are decent - better than most domestic USA F cabins. What they will serve you ... another story.
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