Mexico City Juarez International Airport

Mexico City Juarez International Airport (MEX)

Mexico City Airport, also known as Benito Juarez International, is Mexico's biggest airport with twice as many annual passengers as Cancun International. In fact, it's the busiest airport in Central America.

Mexico City Airport is 15km from the nation's capital. The airport has direct flights to more than 100 destinations and is a hub for 8 airlines, including Aeromar and Aeromexico.

The most popular domestic route from Mexico City is flights to Cancun. The most popular international journeys are flights to Los Angeles.

Mexico City Juarez International Airport facilities

Mexico City Airport has 2 terminals. Terminal 1 is the bigger and older of the pair, having been most recently renovated in 2004. It's the 4th largest airport terminal in the world. Terminal 2 is about half the size and was opened in 2007.

These terminals are 3km apart and connected by a monorail. This can only be used by passengers with valid boarding passes and appropriate staff. Shuttle buses also connect the terminals.

Terminal 2 is used for Aeromexico flights, with all other airlines using Terminal 1. In Terminal 1, domestic flights take off from the upper level, while international flights are split between the 2 floors.

There are 7 VIP lounges in the airport: 5 in Terminal 1, 2 in Terminal 2.

Get an idea of Mexico City's futuristic airport design in this short video from its architects:

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Please note: all information is correct as of February, 2018.

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 Getting to Mexico City city centre

Driving hide 

Car hire at Mexico City Juarez International Airport is available in both terminals. There are 10 companies present in Terminal 1, and 5 in Terminal 2. In Mexico, cars drive on the right.

Trains hide 

The Terminal Aerea Station is a short walk from the airport, where passengers can catch the metro system into Mexico City.

Buses hide 

Line 4 of the Metrobus service connects the airport with Mexico City centre. You can find the bus stop outside exit 7 of Terminal 1 or exit 2 of Terminal 2. This service runs from 4.30am to midnight daily, except on Sundays and public holidays when it starts at 5am. A 1-way ticket costs 30 pesos ($2).

Buses to other cities in Mexico, including Cordoba and Puebla, are also available from each terminal.

Taxi hide 

A taxi from the airport takes less than 10 minutes and should cost no more than 50 pesos ($4).

 Who flies to Mexico City Juarez International

 Airport Contact Details

Mexico City Juarez International Airport

Capitán Carlos Léon,
s/n Colonia Peñón de los Baños,
Delegacion Venustiano Carranza,
CP 15620 Mexico DF,

Tel:+52 (01)55 24822400
Fax:+52 (01)55 57848802


 Location Details

Longitude:99° 4' 22'' W
Latitude:19° 26' 7'' N

 Airport Location

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