What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

Washington, DC. There are easy direct flights to DC and practically anywhere else in the US. This is the easiest post, by far, for getting back home. - May 2020


Washington DC. It is about a 5-6 hour direct flight from Mexico City into the major airports in the area. We have had no issues traveling back and forth to our home city or to most places in the US for that matter. - Apr 2019


It is about a three hour flight to Houston. It is so easy to travel back and forth to the U.S. The flight times are reasonable and the flights are short and easy. - Apr 2019


Colorado, there is one direct flight into Denver, however, the majority of the flights connect through Houston or Dallas. The trip is typically around seven hours. - Jun 2018


Texas: an easy direct flight from Mexico City to practically every large town in Texas. - May 2017


Washington, D.C. by default. There are direct flights on United to Dulles. The U.S. Embassy's contract carrier is Delta which involves a change in Atlanta, but arrives at Reagan National, which may be more convenient for travelers. - Sep 2016


Belgrade, Serbia. There is a long connecting flight from Belgrade, via Frankfurt, to Washington DC. Then there is a direct flight from DC to Mexico City. I remember Lufthansa having a much more comfortable flight than United. - Jun 2016


Washington DC, just a few hours direct flight. One of the pleasures of serving in Mexico! - May 2016


Washington, DC and Massachusetts. Direct flights are possible to both places. Takes about 5 -6 hours. - May 2016


Washington DC, a few hours. - May 2016


Pennsylvania. It's usually two 2.5 hour flights through Houston, DFW, or Atlanta. - Oct 2014


Miami is a quick 3 hours non-stop flight. There are many, many daily flights from Mexico City to Miami. - Aug 2014


Home base?! What is that?? Direct flights to many U.S. cities and also connections to anywhere via Houston, Atlanta, or Dallas. - Apr 2014


From Washington, D.C. , with one stop in Dallas/TX, is almost 8 hours. - Mar 2014


Washington DC. 4.30 hours to Mexico City. Direct flight. - Jul 2013


Maryland in the U.S. A direct flight takes about five hours from Mexico City to Dulles. - Jan 2013


Toronto, a 5-hour direct flight. - Jan 2013


US. Five hours with United. Nine hours (2 legs+ lay over) with American Airlines, the mandatory route for Mexico to DC on State Department orders. - May 2012


Easy four-hour direct flight from Washington Dulles - Apr 2011


Home base in US. Regular flights to Atlanta, Los Angeles, Houston and Miami with little difficulty. - Apr 2010


DCA, 5 hours without connection. - Feb 2010


Los Angeles, USA - about 4 hours. - Jan 2010


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