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 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.