With airlines already cutting back on domestic flights to the US, the trip to Mexico has been on everyone’s radar for a while.
Now, a new report suggests that the flight could be as cheap as a flight to South Korea or Thailand.
The flight to Punta Cana in South America is among the cheapest international flights available, according to a report from the airline, Air Canada.
It would be the cheapest trip to South America, according the report, and is a great way to explore the continent.
The cheapest flight in the world for the cheapest price would be to South Africa, according Air Canada, with the cheapest domestic flight to the continent costing $2,000 per person.
The trip to Pampas de los Cabos would be slightly cheaper, costing $1,000 a person.
If you want to travel a lot, you can also fly to the Caribbean, the report states.
However, the cheapest flight to Colombia is the cheapest of all.
It will cost you about $1.30 per person per day.
The other cheapest flights are to Greece and Italy.
Air Canada currently flies from Toronto to Brussels and Paris to Madrid, according, the website.
The company says you can fly from Toronto on Delta, United, Southwest or American Airlines.
The price for a domestic flight in North America from Toronto would be about $10.50, according of the report.
For a flight from New York to London, it would be around $11.50.
For flights to Spain, you could buy a ticket for $3,300, according.
For the cheapest fares, you should get a seat on Air Canada’s Boeing 737 MAX from Toronto, and it would cost you around $7,000.
The report says you should also get a reservation on the airline’s Boeing 777 Max from London, and that it would take about six hours.
The cheapest route is from Toronto and Vancouver, with a round trip cost of $14,800.
That would put you on the way to Mexico City for around $13,000 in direct flights, according from the report’s price.
The airline says it has a special offer for this flight.
You can book your trip by visiting http://bit.ly/1Y2Zy7o and then clicking the “Reserve Now” button, the airline says.