Benito Juárez International Airport

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Mexico City International Airport (IATA: MEX) serves the metropolitan area of Mexico's capital with a large number of flights throughout the country, as well as international and intercontinental flights. It is also a connecting point between Latin America, the United States and Canada. During 2023, 48.4 million passengers passed through it. It is located 10 km (6 miles) east of the historic center of Mexico City. (SEE MAP)


The airport has two terminals (Terminal 1 and Terminal 2), open 24 hours a day, 3 km (1.9 miles) apart and connected by an Aerotrén (exclusively for passengers with boarding passes and crew members) and by buses for the general public. See connection between terminals. Terminal 1 is home to most airlines, while Terminal 2 is used by Aeroméxico for all its operations, in addition to Copa Airlines, Delta Air Lines and LATAM.

Contact information:

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Terminal 1: +52 55 2482 2424
Terminal 2: +52 55 2598 7000


Both terminals have restaurants, cafes and bars (several available 24 hours a day), plus a wide variety of stores, including duty-free items, also available 24 hours a day (most in Terminal 1), clothing, perfumes, regional products, books, press, electronics, telephony and accessories. You will also find currency exchange agencies, banking services, convenience stores, VIP lounges, postal services, luggage storage and emergency medical services.


The Hilton Mexico City Airport is located on level 3 of Terminal 1, while the NH Collection Mexico City Airport T2 is accessible via an elevator that takes you to the sixth floor of Terminal 2. The Courtyard by Marriott Mexico City Airport and the Camino Real Aeropuerto México are connected to Terminal 1 through pedestrian walkways.

There are also private izZzleep cabins on the top floor of Terminal 1 and the ground floor of Terminal 2. Other alternatives can be found in the surrounding area, most of which have desks inside the terminals and shuttle services for their guests.

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Public and Private Transportation

Taxi services

Cab reservation counters are located near the baggage claim hall, the ambulatory and in front of the boarding gates of both terminals. Estimated fare to the historic center (Zócalo): between $180.00 and $265.00. Uber and Cabify are also available at the airport and offer a lower price (between $130.00 and $180.00). SEE MORE

Bus service

Long distance

Long-distance buses depart from both terminals to various cities around the country.


Line 4 connects the airport with the historic center and other points of interest in Mexico City, such as the City Museum, Paseo de la Reforma, Bellas Artes, among others. Stops are located at gate 7 of Terminal 1 and gate 2 of Terminal 2.


Once at the airport, you can take a shuttle service to different hotels in the city, from gate 4 of Terminal 1 and from the ground floor of Terminal 2. SEE MORE


A few steps from Terminal 1, on Boulevard Puerto Aéreo at the corner of Av. Capitán Carlos León González, is the Terminal Aérea station of Metro line 5, which runs between the Politécnico and Pantitlán stations. SEE MORE

Rent a car

If you wish to rent a car at AICM, you will find the offices of the car rental companies in the national and international ambulatory of Terminal 1 and the International Arrivals area of Terminal 2, in the banking area. SEE MORE


List of airlines operating at Mexico City International Airport.

VIP Lounges

There are several VIP lounges at Benito Juárez International Airport. Most are located inside Terminal 1, but you will also find some inside Terminal 2, offering greater comfort and privacy. - GET VIP PASS


There are three parking lots: two areas for Terminal 1 passengers (domestic area and international area) and one general parking lot for those using Terminal 2. All have security camera systems, restrooms, elevators, check-in area, pre-payment boxes, as well as free transportation in mini-vehicles for people with disabilities, senior citizens and pregnant women. SEE MORE


Answers to the most frequently asked questions from AICM passengers.