Benito Juárez International Airport, Mexico City, Mexico

Named after Benito Juarez, Mexico’s president for five terms, the Benito Juarez International Airport is located in the capital, Mexico City. It is one of the busiest airports in Latin America, handling both domestic and international flights. The airport consists of two terminals, and passengers may travel between terminals via the Air Train service, which is free of charge and may be used only by passengers who have a boarding pass.

There are numerous retail shops at the airport where travellers can while away the time, browsing through a wide variety of goods such as gifts and souvenirs, books and magazines, games and toys, clothing and accessories, as well as duty-free items such as cigarettes, liquor, and cosmetics. Additionally, there is a pharmacy where travellers can purchase medication, on top of beauty and travel necessities. There is also a clinic to cater to injured or unwell travellers.

Hungry visitors may stop by one of the food outlets located throughout the airport to grab a bite. There are bars and cafes for those who wish to kill some time, or fast food and snack stations to cater to those in a rush.

Currency exchange may be done at the airport if travellers who need to obtain some money to use locally. There are banks for those who need to perform any financial transactions, and ATM machines for cash withdrawal. Additionally, there are mobile phone shops which provide phone rentals and prepaid SIM cards for those who wish to stay connected during their stay in Mexico. Travellers who need to send a letter or parcel may do so at the post office located within the airport.

IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 25 July 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Benito Juárez International Airport website for the latest update of the following information.

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 Getting To & From the Airport

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Parking is available at the airport. Car rentals are also available at the arrival areas.

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The Metro Subway travels to numerous destinations, and visitors can access the Terminal Aerea Station on foot from the airport. Travellers may use the Metro to go to other bus terminals or Metro stations and transfer to alternative means of public transport.

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Buses operate 24 hours a day and travel to the main city area as well as other destinations such as San Juan del Rio, Cordoba and Puebla. Passengers may refer to the airport's website to check bus timings and destinations. There are also Metrobuses, which run between the airport and Mexico City. These stop at various tourist spots as well.

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Only authorized taxis are allowed to operate at the airport. Travellers are required to purchase coupons at the taxi counter before proceeding outside to get a cab. There are taxis which seat four and eight passengers.

 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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