Coronavirus updates. Learn more about Swoop's response.
Beginning on Sunday, March 22, 2020, at 11:59 p.m., we will suspend all our international and transborder flights. This suspension follows Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s announcement imposing travel restrictions for all flights entering Canada to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The suspension will be in place until May 31, 2020.
We will be providing regular updates on all our channels and are reaching out directly to these impacted travellers via email with more specific information.
Want to see a breathtaking sunset and beautiful scenery? El Mirador will give you insta-worthy pictures that will quickly fill your picture gallery. At this destination, there's a wonderful variety of stuff to do. Spending time at its busy marketplaces is a wonderful way to experience the culture of a region. Browse the goods and shops at Jose Maria Pino Suarez Municipal Market like local do. Do you still have time to spare? The Immaculate Conception Cathedral is a renowned religious structure used as a place of public worship and personal prayer times.
Book everyday low-fares to Mazatlan directly with Swoop, Canada's ultra-low fare airline. We make travel affordable, easy and accessible so you can spend less on the journey and more at your destination.
To get into town from the airport, you can grab a taxi or rent a car. There is an authorized taxi or van services available, ATAMSA (cash only). Taxi fare are based on an zone system, vehicle type and number of people. At the taxi kiosk, passengers can purchase tickets. There are also seven (7) car rental companies available. Some hotels have their own airport transportation, make sure to check with your hotel! For more information on ground transportation at Mazatlan International Airport, click here.
Save money and stay hydrated in the hot sunny weather by buying bottles of water at the corner store nearest you. Tourist spots tend to overcharge for water so plan ahead and BYOW (bring your own water).
Mazatlan is in the state of Sinaloa and their license plate has a large red tomato in the middle to represent the massive amounts of tomatoes that is produced yearly in Sinaloa. Make sure to try out some of the freshest salsas while you're there!