Mexico City Airport Terminal Map
Whether for a vacation, a short business trip or a long visit to Latin America, you'll most likely pass through the ever bustling Mexico City International Airport. And to make your experience a fantastic one, our travel guide and tour of the Mexico City International Airport will assist you and smoothen any rough edges on your travel plans, making your stay at this airport as hassle free as possible.
This Airport is also known as Benito Juárez International Airport and its situated at about 5 km east from Downtown Mexico City, at Peñón de los Beños within Venustiano Carranza. It holds the record for the busiest airport in Latin America and Mexico by both passenger traffic and aircraft movements. It serves both local and international passengers and cargo airlines and Ina year it handles over 50 million passengers. And on a typical work day, more than a hundred thousand passengers from over 100 destinations in 4 continents arrive and leave this airport.
TERMINALS: The Mexico City International Airport has two passenger terminals which are 3 km apart and connected by runways and an aerotren monorail system.
Terminal 1: has 10 airside halls and 9 landside halls with 33 arrivals and departures gates and 11 mobile-lounges. Its gates are from 1 to 15,17 to 23 and 24 to 36, making a total of 33. It connects directly to about 5500 parking services for both domestic and international vehicles. Some say it's the largest airport terminal in America and the fourth largest terminal in the world.
Hotels: Fiesta Inn Aeropuerto, Hilton Mexico City Airport, Courtyard Mexico City Airport, and Camino Real.
Lounges: Grand Lounge Elite, Avianca Lounge (operated by Global Lounge), American Airlines Admirals Club, Lounge 19, United Club.
Restaurants and bars : Urban Corner, Casa Avila, Dino Snack Bar, Alfajores, Apetito, Italiannis, Starbucks, Krispy Kreme, Cinnabon, Taco Inn, Subway, McDonald's.
Shops: Dufry shop 116, distroller, Artesania, Arte Mexicano, 7-Eleven, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Aerotodo, Adolfo Dominguez, Mandala for currency exchange and lots more.
Car Rentals: Autoeurope, Alamo, Expedia and rentalcars. Click here for more information about car rentals Mexico City International Airport.
Terminal 2: this terminal has a total of 23 gates, two airside halls for both local and international flights and 3 landside check in halls. It's a bit smaller than terminal one and it connects 3000 parking services for vehicles. Terminal 2 houses a number of airlines including, Delta Air Lines, Aeroméxico, Aeromar, Copa, LAN and Continental Airlines.
Restaurants and bars: La Taba Sports Bar, Salute, Taba Express, Maison Kayser, The Balloon, The Old Mill, Starbucks, China King, Sbarro, Scrawl, Cup Stop.
Hotel: Hotel NH Collection
Car Rentals: Autoeurope, Alamo, Expedia and rentalcars.
AIRPORT TO CITY
To connect the city from the airport you have options of metro buses and taxis. There are licensed companies providing transportation services, they include Porto Taxi, Room 300, New Image, Excellence, Comfort and Yellow Cab. Terminal 2 has a Metro station from where you can easily connect to Mexico City.
The Metro tickets cost about M$5 but to use this service you'll have to be travelling light; no heavy luggage. Alternatively, you can pay between M$100 to M$300 for a taxi. There's also an option of using local buses which are the cheapest ( between M$2- M$4) and there is a bus station located at the far right of Terminal 2 and another in Terminal 1 but local buses aren't allowed into airport. Click her for more information Mexico City Airport to City.
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