Bargain AirfareCheap airfare
Look at the listing of Mexico's latest low-cost low-cost carriers below and keep in minds that you may need to use Mexican busses to get to the airport, or that the busses may (probably) offer less expensive long-haul trips to Mexico than flights within Mexico. Various carriers operate different hub services, which means that you may need to look for a few carriers to put together the ultimative itinerary that you want.
The Aviacsa - Aviacsa's Club is located in Mexico and has one of the largest destinations among Mexico's low cost carriers. The Aviacsa website has an German section. There are many very cold and less tourist areas in Click - Click Mexicana, such as the seaside town of Huatulco (south of Oaxaca City) and Merida (play a few games, then travel to Cancun and Tulum), often with very low cost Mexico air tickets.
INTERJETE - Interjet provides Veracruz, Tampico and Monterrey air services at its low Mexico fares. RyanAir's Mexican carrier, Viva Aerobus, began to offer low-cost flights to Mexico in September 2006. Headquartered in Ireland, RyanAir is the low-cost carrier champion in Europe and will work with Mexico's IAMSA coach operator for Ryanair Mexico Airlines.
The Volaris - Volaris is one of the cheapest carriers in Mexico with a Bajio Leon (San Miguel de Allende) flight and a Tijuana-Cancun flight. At any time, you can patch up a Mexico budget airfare with a US airport sales or a college fare to a US-Mexican frontier town such as San Diego (by coach to Tijuana) or Juarez and then get a Mexico budget airfare from one of the above mentioned Mexico budget air carriers.