Tulum Airport | Tulum International Airport | Aeropuerto de Tulum | Aeropuerto Internacional de Tulum
Tulum, Quintana Roo, México | Non-Official
IATA: TUY | ICAO: MMTU
Tulum Airport Transfers
Private Minivan (6 Pax)
Book a private 6-passenger minivan on a one-way or round-trip from Cancun Airport direct to your doorstep in Tulum!
1-6 Large Suitcase
1-6 Hand Luggage
Per Vehicle: $97 USD
Private Van (10 Pax)
Book a private 10-passenger shuttle van on a one-way or round-trip from Cancun Airport direct to your doorstep in Tulum!
1-10 Large Suitcase
1-10 Hand Luggage
Per Vehicle: $142 USD
Private Van (14 Pax)
Book a private 14-passenger shuttle van on a one-way or round-trip from Cancun Airport direct to your doorstep in Tulum!
1-14 Large Suitcase
1-14 Hand Luggage
Per Vehicle: $200 USD
Tulum Airport Frequently Asked Questions
Is Tulum Airport open?
No. The Tulum International Airport is expected to open in April 2024.
Which airport do you fly into for Tulum
Due to the fact that Tulum Airport is still under construction, all domestic and international flights will continue to arrive to Cancun International Airport until the grand opening of the Tulum Airport.
Can you fly directly into Tulum?
Not yet. Tulum International Airport (TUY) is currently 20% complete and is set to open in December 2023.
In the meantime, all visitors must fly to Cancun International Airport and make their way to Tulum via bus, taxi, private shuttle van transfer, private luxury SUV service or rental car.
Where is the new Tulum airport located?
The Tulum Airport will be located approximately 20 km (12.5 miles) south of Tulum. Click here to view the location of Tulum International Airport.
What happened to Tulum Airport
March 24, 2023 – The Tulum AIrport is expected to open in April 2024 and the first airline to operate will be Viva Aerobus.
December 8th, 2022 – The project has resumed and is currently 20% complete. President AMLO has assured the people of México that the project will be finished in December 2023.
September 2022 – The Tulum Airport was putting a halt to the construction of the 15.5b peso ($770M USD), highly anticipated new airport in Tulum due to budget and funding issues.