North America Flights GuideNorth America boasts Canada, United States of America, and Mexico - all of which have diverse sights, people, cultures, and vacation experiences! You'll recognize the major cities of Vancouver, Montreal, New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, Miami, Denver, Atlanta, Mexico City, Cancun, and Cabo... but the list, especially of major American cities, is quite lengthy!
The largest airport in America is the Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta, but you're also likely to fly into Chicago O'Hare, Denver International, Los Angeles International, Dallas Fort Worth... then Prince George International in Canada and Mexico City International in Mexico.Because North America is sprawled out across the equator and the North Pole, the climate is extremely dependent upon where exactly you are.
June through July is dependably hot and humid, whereas the cooler months will always be November through February. However, Mexico and Texas are hotter year round (due to their close proximity to the equator), and Alaska is a bit chillier.