Tickets to the Mexico City International Airport are cheap compared to the cost of a ticket to a major US city, according to a new study.
The research team from the University of Michigan’s Graduate School of Business found that if you compare the price of a single flight from New York to Mexico City on an American domestic airline, you can expect to save $7,000, or about $20 a week, by booking a cheaper ticket from the United States to Mexico.
The researchers said this is because the US is one of the most expensive destinations for domestic flights, especially for families and students.
They also noted that many people in Mexico have been living in the US for more than a decade, and often don’t have the means to travel abroad.
So, they said, this is an important tool to use if you want to save money and travel internationally.
“Our research suggests that many of the countries that are expensive destinations and often cited as the most affordable destinations for international travel are also among the most costly destinations for airline ticket sales in the United Kingdom,” the team said in a statement.
“Therefore, it is important to consider where you would like to travel and to consider whether a trip to Mexico is something you would want to do.”
They said this was because of the country’s long tradition of cheap air travel and a lack of affordable flights.
“If you’re planning to go to a country where airfare is very cheap, and the airline is selling tickets at low prices, you are likely to be more likely to get an efficient and comfortable experience and more likely get the best possible service and amenities,” the researchers said.
The team found that the cheapest ticket price was the cheapest of any destination they studied, and they calculated that a trip from New Jersey to Mexico would cost about $2,000.
That means the price to Mexico from New Jerseys is the cheapest in the world, and a single-trip flight from Los Angeles to Mexico could cost $11,800.