Foz do Iguaçu International Airport sits near the borders of Paraguay and Argentina and has connections to most major cities in Brazil. It operates 24 hours per day, making it the perfect hub for flying in and around South America. Fly cheap to Iguaçu by searching Skyscanner's cheapest month search tool for the best deals on flights no matter the season. Use the on-page information and links to explore more travel inspiration and budgeting ideas before booking flights to Iguaçu.
Best Times to Book a Flight to Foz do Iguaçu
Expect airports, traffic, and roadways to be busy during peak season around January and February. It is the height of summer in Brazil, and the water at the Iguaçu Falls is fairly high. Easter is the next busy period, followed by the low season between May and July. Rainfall is heavy during this time but doesn't last long throughout the day, so just pack a poncho and some rain gear to save on a cheap flight to Iguaçu. Plus, the rains bring the waters at the falls to their highest and most impressive level.
Airlines that Fly to Foz do Iguaçu International
Some of the most popular airlines that fly to Inuvik are domestic airlines such as LATAM Airlines Brasil, GOL Linhas Aéreas, and Azul Airlines. There are no direct flights from Canada, but Avianca Brasil flies via Air Canada. Be sure to have a look at Skyscanner's Airlines Page to find our more about each airline and their rates.
There are ATMs on the ground level next to the Arrivals terminal. WiFi is available in the upstairs restaurant area, but can only be purchased in a 24-hour package, so it may not make sense for travelers arriving at Foz do Iguaçu Airport and then "jetting off" to the next destination.
What to See and Do in Foz do Iguaçu
The airport is close to Iguaçu Fall, the largest waterfall system in the world. It's part of the Iguazu River, located on the border of the Argentina and Brazil. It is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, making it a popular landmark for all those who visit this area. Opt to also visit the neighboring city of Ciudad del Este, a mere 45-minute walk or short taxi or bus ride. Note that it is necessary to stop at the border control, and a taxi will only do so if requested. The bus does not stop and may cause issues with documentation if proceeding with this method of transportation.