Mexico City International Airport is located to the east of the absolute centre of the massive urban sprawl of Mexico City, around 10KM from the Alameda Square which traditionally marks the city centre. The airport, like the rest of the city is busy at all times, and serves more than 100 cities worldwide, and handles around 30 million passengers each year through the two main Terminal buildings. The airport is comparatively easy to negotiate, and all signage is in Spanish and English for convenience.
Although Mexico City is busy at all times, and the traffic flow seems chaotic, it is actually a surprisingly easy city to drive in, and most signage is easy to follow as you drive. Getting around can be slow going during the main morning rush hour, so it makes sense to travel after 10 in the morning when the roads are much quieter. A lot of travellers prefer to rent a larger car such as a 4WD in Mexico city for added confidence when driving.
In Terminal 1, car hire is available in a number of locations. Alamo, Avis, Budget , Europcar, National, Hertz, and Sixt are all based just inside the National arrivals gate by the baggage reclaim area. Outside the main Terminal building, Gold Car Rent is in Building D and Thrifty is in Building B across from the arrivals gate. Within Terminal 2, car hire is located in the Arrivals Triangle behind baggage reclaim, where Alamo, Avis, Budget , Hertz, Europcar, National, Sixt , and Thrifty all have their desks.
Mexico City International Airport is surrounded by residential areas that have grown up over the time since the airport was opened, and the roads get very busy, so you need to leave plenty of time to make the journey. From the centre of the city at Alameda Square, you would head northeast along Paeso de Reforma before joining the Avenida Rio Consultado in a westerly direction. This road runs directly into the airport building.
Mexico City International Airport has its own website at AIXM.com.mx where up to date flight information is available. For customer services, you can call customer services on 2482-2424, or email email@example.com
Benito Juarez International Airport GUIDE, Mexico
The airport is located 8 miles east of Mexico City and is connected by the Fray Servando Avenue and the Rio Churubusco road on the left of the Avenue road.
The airport has one large Terminal with eight lounges and the Internationaland domestic departures and arrivals are located on the second floor. The baggage reclaim is located on the ground floor. The lounges are A, B, C, D, E, F1, F2 and F3 handling different airlines.
The airport information desks are located in Domestic arrivals lounge A, in Internationalcounters in lounge F, in front of gate 19 and 29B. The airport tourist desks are located in lounge A, B and F for tourist want help and accommodation.
Hotel transportation service : the hotel’s provide transportation service for passengers from the airport to the hotels in the city and should be pre booked. The hotels provide shuttle buses, van and limousines services according to the booking.
Benito Juarez-Mexico City Airport Facilities
Internet access and internet cafes are available in lounge E.
Post office is located in lounge A.
Medical center is available on the upper level of lounge C.
The airport is equipped with ramps, lifts and wheelchair for transferring passengers to different levels in the lounges. Passengers require wheelchair and assistance with wheelchair should contact the airlines in advance. Any specific request the airlines should be informed in advance and car parking is available at designated car parks in the airport.
Benito Juarez International Airport
Av Capitan Carlos Leon S/N Col Penon
De los Banos Delegacion Venustiano
Carranza, DF CP 15620, Mexico.
Ph: (0)5 571 3600 or visit: www.aeropuertosmexico.com/ingles.