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#105842 - 07/06/05 08:19 PM Travel from the states  
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Flights from the US to Belize seem limited and VERY expensive. Does anyone have any suggestions for a cheaper way to get to Belize? Thanks!

#105843 - 07/06/05 09:38 PM Re: Travel from the states  
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Where are you flying from????

#105844 - 07/06/05 10:01 PM Re: Travel from the states  

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Most us flights seem to be in the $500-700 range but shop around, got lucky at cheapair.com a couple of weks ago and nailed two rt tickets from Phila for $287. each. If you book with a discounter make sure you get a confirm # so you can verify tickets with airline direct

#105845 - 07/07/05 02:42 AM Re: Travel from the states  
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Seems to me if you can get to Houston, then the flights to Belize aren't "limited".


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#105846 - 07/07/05 06:42 AM Re: Travel from the states  
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We have flown to Cancun, then bussed to the Belize border. It's about a 51/2 to 6 hr trip.

#105847 - 07/10/05 03:12 PM Re: Travel from the states  
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Thanks for all the suggestions. I am living in South Carolina right now and was looking at tickets from Charlotte, NC or Atlanta. The cheapest I have seen is around $600 each. Crockhunter, how was your trip by bus? Was is relatively easy to do? Thanks again!

#105848 - 07/10/05 04:56 PM Re: Travel from the states  
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Interesting topic... we're going to AC in late October. When I booked our flight from Wash DC to Miami to Belize in early April the fare was $484.00. I thought that was a great deal !! Today I checked... it was DOWN to $388.00. (Including taxes !!!) All this was on the AA site... they showed better rates than anyone at the time... go figure.....

#105849 - 07/10/05 05:21 PM Re: Travel from the states  
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RE: The above post: I just called American Airlines and told them I saw a cheaper rate for the exact same flight I had booked.... they actually honored it AND already credited my Amex card !!! WOO HOO !!! 1st round is on me !!!!!!!

#105850 - 07/10/05 05:36 PM Re: Travel from the states  
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AA will still rollover international fares if in the same booking class with no fee. If you do find the lower fare, and it pays to keep checking after your initial purchase, make sure that if you used a credit card that they credit that and not talk you into accepting a voucher.

#105851 - 07/10/05 05:49 PM Re: Travel from the states  
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Originally posted by grumpyvb1:
Thanks for all the suggestions. I am living in South Carolina right now and was looking at tickets from Charlotte, NC or Atlanta. The cheapest I have seen is around $600 each. Crockhunter, how was your trip by bus? Was is relatively easy to do? Thanks again!
I'm seeing lots of availability CLT - BZE through most sites in the fall for $409.45 all in. Thay are on AA so you will have to connect through MIA versus direct on US...still, a good fare.

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