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The entire Middle Rio Grande Valley region is served by Del Rio International Airport, which is just over 2 miles from the central business district of Del Rio. Book bargain tickets for flights to Del Rio using CheapTickets. United Airlines uses their Express Jet code share to serve the airport. It is also used by some United States Air Force students from Laughlin Air Force Base nearby.
Once you arrive in Del Rio, there are rental cars available from both Hertz and Enterprise. To reserve rental cars on CheapTickets, use airport code DRT. Some local hotels may offer free shuttle service that will pick you up in Del Rio International's lone terminal. You must arrange this in advance, so have your flight information and arrival time ready. Gratuities are sometimes expected with shuttle service.
Like much of the Rio Grande region, Del Rio has very temperate winters and some very scorching summers. The coldest months are December and January, where the average daily high still gets up to 64 degrees Fahrenheit. The hottest months are July and August, which both get daily average highs of 97 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Rio Grande region may not be known as a wine destination, but the Val Verde Winery may change all that. There is also the Amistad National Recreation Area, which features a lake with Texas on one side and Mexico on the other. See these sights by booking cheap flights to Del Rio with CheapTickets.
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