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Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX) is the airport located in Mexico City, the capital of Mexico. The airport is named after the 19th century president Benito Juarez in 2006. There are 2 Terminals namely Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 in the airport. Terminal...more

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Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX) is the airport located in Mexico City, the capital of Mexico. The airport is named after the 19th century president Benito Juarez in 2006.

There are 2 Terminals namely Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 in the airport.

Terminal 1: It is the largest Terminal in America and fourth largest in the world. There are many amenities found in the Terminal like hotels, courtyards, lounges and etc. It is seperated into 10 halls namely A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J.

Terminal 2: Terminal 2 was opened in 2007. It has 2 halls. One hall serving domestic flights and the other serving international flights.

Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 is connected by a monorail system called Aerotren and shuttle bus.

 

Address

Av. Capitan Carlos León S/N, Venustiano Carranza, Peñón de los Baños, 15620 Ciudad de Mexico, D.F., Mexico

Phone

01 55 2482 2400

Prayer Facilities

There is no known prayer room within the airport.

Halal Food

There is no known Halal food availibility in the airport. However there are many cafe's and restaurants serving vegetarian and vegan options in both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. You can find Cinnabon, Starbucks, Mc Donalds, Subway within the airport where you can have a bite.

Transport

There is a metro subway that you can catch from Terminal 1. The train run on line 5 and you can switch train to Line 1 to connect you to several places.

There are also many long distance bus services running from Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 connecting you to many cities like Cordoba, Cuarnavaca, Pachuca, Puebla, Toluca and etc. 

There are buses that would take you to the main landmarks of Mexico City.

Hotel Shuttles are also available from the airport.

There are also many authorized taxi's that would take you to your destination from Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

Shopping

This airport will leave you spoiled for choice with the variety of options and numbers of stores that it has to offer to the passengers. Within the airport you can get apparels, accesories, leather, handcrafts, souvenirs, books, travelling items, handcrafts, chocolates, kids stores, boutiques, electronics and etc. There are also duty free shops available. Located within the airport are also supermarkets like 7 Eleven.  

Amenities

Foreign Exchane, ATM, bank, Internet service, hotel booking agencies, lost and found, guest services, baggage claim, medical services, postal mail services, hotels, lounges, people with special needs facilities and etc.

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