Check the different internet sites or you might check air fare to Cancun and bus down to Belize, you can make the trip in one day if you get in to Cancun early enough, if your holiday travel time allows one full day of travel each way.
[This message has been edited by Rocio (edited 11-26-2001).]
#45814 - 11/26/0108:12 PMRe: ? for West Coast to AC travelers
Laurie, the price goes up and down. I would contact one of the travel agengies like Magnum Belize - they quoted me a much better price than what I got by searching AA's website. It's worth a try. Otherwise, put in a fare watch with one of those on-line ticketing sites and it will automatically inform you when their are fare cost changes.
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#45815 - 11/26/0110:40 PMRe: ? for West Coast to AC travelers
I used Latin Discounter out of LA on TACA last June. 877-426-8676 Also Traveland.com had good fares 800-321-6336 We paid $490 RT from LAX and have used TACA twice now. They where fine and the San Salvador Airport is very nice!
#45818 - 11/28/0101:15 PMRe: ? for West Coast to AC travelers
We used TACA from LAX last week and they were excellent. You can fly Southwest to Lax, though you can not make connection to SAC same day on the way back. If your flexible, you might try hotwire.com for the lax-bze portion. While you don't officially know what time you will fly when you buy the ticket, the chances are overwhelming it will be the TACA red eye that puts you in BZE at 9:50am. Good luck!
#45819 - 11/29/0108:10 PMRe: ? for West Coast to AC travelers
Wow! Laurie, that's what I'm paying in Canadian dollars from Western Canada! That has to be first class or business class rate. I tried to change my dates and couldn't do it without increasing the cost substantially. Not because I couldn't get an economy seat from Belize to Houston but because there were no available economy seats from Houston to home. Is that possibly the problem? Also, look into Thursday to Thursdays. Sat to Sat or Sun to Sun are more expensive.
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