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Visiting the Mayan masterpieces of Mexico has just become easier with the introduction of the AeroMayan Pass, opening up creative itineraries through southern Mexico, specifically to the distinctive Mayan cities located near Cancun, Merida, Mexico City, Oaxaca, Tuxtla, Villa Hermosa and more.

The state of Yucatan, for example, boasts an enormous concentration of city states of the ancient Maya, whose golden classical period of sacred pyramids and palaces reigned from roughly 300 to 900 A.D. Many sites, such as well-known Chichen Itza and Uxmal, are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites, while others, including Mayapan, Dzibilchaltun, Sayil, Labna and Kabah, offer new discovery sites for visitors along the Yucatan’s Ruta Maya.

The AeroMayan Pass is packaged into five flight segments for $425; 10 flight segments for $800, and 15 flight segments for $1,125, permitting flexibility for custom-designed itineraries. Pass-holders may also book flights up to 24-hours before flight times at no additional charge, and the AeroMayan Pass is valid for seven to 45 days from the first day of use. For additional information, visit