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Various US Cities to Oaxaca RT Airfare Starting from mid-$200s

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Scott has compiled this list of round trip airfares from the following cities to Oaxaca (OAX). Travel January thru November 2018 on airlines such as Interjet, Delta, Aeromexico, United, or Volaris. Oaxaca is a city in central Mexico. It's known for its colonial buildings, many of which are made from green volcanic stone. Oaxaca Travel Guide [google.com].

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Albuquerque (ABQ) - $272
Birmingham (BHM) - $272
Charleston (CHS) - $281
Chicago (ORD) - $280
Dallas (DFW) - $306
Des Moines (DSM) - $341
Edmonton (YEG) - $454 CAD
El Paso (ELP) - $272
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - $309
Greenville (GSP) - $341
Houston (IAH) - $243
Jacksonville (JAX) - $314
Las Vegas (LAS) - $300
Little Rock (LIT) - $341
Los Angeles (LAX) - $208
Memphis (MEM) - $340
Miami (MIA) - $272
Milwaukee (MKE) - $341
Nashville (BNA) - $261
New York City (JFK) - $238
Oklahoma City (OKC) - $272
Omaha (OMA) - $272
San Antonio (SAT) - $265
San Diego (SAN) - $339
Shreveport (SHV) - $295
Tucson (TUS) - $295
Tulsa (TUL) - $272
Washington DC (BWI) - $295
Wichita (ICT) - $349
So....here's how to book it.
Thanks, Scotts Cheap Flights


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isn't Oaxaca a pretty violent state?
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isn't Oaxaca a pretty violent state?
Erm, be a true slickdealer and buy a one-way ticket then
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I know many people that go there and come back 100% unharmed. They talk about how nice people are, delicious food and beautiful beaches.
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The true slickdeal is going a step further and get to a Mexican border city like Tijuana and flight from there. 135 USD RT on a quick Volaris site search.
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Not sure what the thumb downs are for.

Oaxaca is a state and also a small city in Southern Mexico known for its food and mezcal. The city itself is a tourist destination and it's quite cheap. I've been there personally and I'd highly recommend a weekend trip. Stay at Casa Oaxaca, try their sister restaurant Casa Oaxaca - El Restaurante, Pitiona, browse their local markets, and try their 8 different moles.

Because the airport is a tiny regional one, flights are usually $500+ from the US so ~$200 is considered extraordinarily good.
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Oaxaca not a problem state, dont think of driving North to Vera Cruz or West to Guerrero though, as its not so good. I personally am looking for deals to Chiapas.
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Is that where Ron Burgundy is from?
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I'm on vacation right now in huatulco, Oaxaca. Lived a 3 yr stint in Mexico City about 10yrs ago and traveled to most parts of the country central and lower. For the most part it is very safe, and you'll only run into trouble if you act like a moron. Don't flash cash or expensive things. When in crowded areas, keep wallet in front pocket, hand in pocket with the wallet is a good idea.
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