Tips for Traveling to Loreto
Alaska Airlines has direct flights to Loreto International Airport (LTO) from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
American Airlines has direct flights from Dallas Fort Worth Airport (DFW) and Phoenix Airport (PHX). The schedule varies depending on the time of year.
Calafia Airlines has direct flights from Tijuana (TIJ) to Loreto International Airport (LTO). The schedule varies depending on the time of year.
Volaris has direct flights from Tijuana International Airport (TIJ) to Loreto International Airport (LTO. The schedule varies depending on the time of year.
CROSS BORDER EXPRESS - TIJUANA AIRPORT
Passengers using the Tijuana Airport can utilize the Cross Border Express, a 390 foot long bridge that connects the Tijuana Airport with a service terminal in San Diego. The Cross Border Express is a fast, comfortable way to cross the USA - Mexico border, exclusively for passengers of the Tijuana International Airport.
DRIVING IN BAJA
Loreto is approximately 700 miles south of the border. Residents and visitors have been making the drive down the Baja peninsula for many years. In years past, the trip could be treacherous with poorly maintained and unpaved roads. Today, the two most popular routes are Highway 1 through Tijuana and Ensenada and Highway 5 from Mexicali.