Return flights from Europe to across Central America in the €200s – €400s! (Delta)
Great deals to across Central America with Delta (and a few other airlines)!
There are cheaper prices and more dates available if you have an overnight stop in either Frankfurt or the US. However, I know that overnight layovers are either pretty uncomfortable or getting a hotel would offset the cheapness of these deals so all prices below (excluding Belize and Tegucigalpa) have no overnight layovers.
All the flights to Belize and Tegucigalpa that I could find were either over €600 or had an overnight layover so I’ve included those with layovers so you guys can decide whether it is worth it yourselves.
As there are so many flights to avoid if you want to have no overnight layovers (and avoid changing airports on some routes), I recommend making good use of Google Flights and Momondo’s “Duration” filters. I’ll leave a brief explanation below about how to use these in the HOW TO BOOK section. :-)
Belize City (BZE) – €397*
Guatemala City (GUA) – €358
Liberia (LIR) – €395
Managua (MGA) – €393
San Jose (SJO) – €256
San Salvador (SAL) – €382
Tegucigalpa (TGU) – €375*
Belize City (BZE) – €462*
Guatemala City (GUA) – €454
Liberia (LIR) – €471
Managua (MGA) – €435
Panama City (PTY) – €487
San Jose (SJO) – €416
San Salvador (SAL) – €476
Tegucigalpa (TGU) – €401*
Panama City (PTY) – €491
Guatemala City (GUA) – €462
Liberia (LIR) – €396
Tegucigalpa (TGU) – €404*
Guatemala City (GUA) – €413
Tegucigalpa (TGU) – €405*
Liberia (LIR) – €478
Panama City (PTY) – €452
Tegucigalpa (TGU) – €485*
Guatemala City (GUA) – €400
Liberia (LIR) – €391
Managua (MGA) – €404
Panama City (PTY) – €465
San Jose (SJO) – €437
San Salvador (SAL) – €432
Tegucigalpa (TGU) – €407*
*only available with overnight stopover
November 2017 – March 2018
€750 – €950
Delta, Air France, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Iberia, KLM, United
I think these fares will last a day or two. (AMS to SJO in the €200s, I expect will be gone within a few hours.)
To find the cheapest available dates, search in Google Flights using the sample search below. Book here if you prefer to purchase directly from the airline or a major OTA like Orbitz or Priceline.
NOTE: As mentioned earlier, there is way more availability and cheaper prices on flights that have an overnight layover. If you’re fine with this, then go ahead and you’ll probably find cheaper prices than those listed above. However, if you’d rather avoid a night in an airport, these can be filtered out of searches.
For Google Flights, click on “More” underneath the selected dates/airports and filter duration to somewhere between under 24 hours and under 26 hour. If flights are not appearing with this filter, try changing the date and, if this doesn’t work, increase the duration. This should filter out most, if not all, of the overnight layovers.
For Momondo, at the left hand side of the website, you can filter by “Max Flight Duration”. This is the added duration of both flights. I recommend filtering to around 50 hours and moving it up or down to sort out the best flights.
When using either of these methods, *please* double check the flight route and stopover times as this is not fool proof and a quick flight with a overnight layover may still sneak through.
- These fares could disappear anytime, even within a few hours. If you’ve clicked the sample searches, played around with a few dates, and not seeing fares close to those listed in this email, it likely means they’re gone :-(
- General advice on how/when to find cheap flights
- How to use Google Flights & Momondo
- Should I book via Momondo or nah?
Scott’s Cheap Flights