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 Mexico City Juarez International Airport

Mexico City Juarez International (MEX) Airport – Airway to Maximum City

The commercial international airport of Mexico City is among the busiest hubs in all North America. However, it is the busiest in Mexico.  In relation to passenger traffic and aircraft activities, it ranks second amid the entire American continent. It provides 35,000 employee jobs directly and approximately 15,000 jobs to employees associated indirectly. In average, more than 97,000 commuters make way through this airport to worldwide popular destinations in the three continents. Hence, it has become a major hub associated with 27 international and domestic airlines and cargo carriers figuring double digits. It is owned by Grupo Aeroportuario de la Ciudad de México.

History

Now the site of Mexico City International airport was used for aeronautical purpose then. It was around a century ago. After which, it was commenced as Balbuena Military Airport in 1915. Only in 1928, the first plane landed on 5th of November and hence, the public service started. The official inauguration happened after 3 years and it was acknowledged as International Airport of Mexico City. The first ever international destination route was functioned by Mexicana airline to the International Airport of Los Angeles. By 1951, the runway was constructed and started operating as a commercial airport. However, it was not until 2003, the air terminal was extended and services widened significantly to 30 millions. Then, three years later it was named Mexico City Juarez International (MEX) Airport after former President Benito Juarez. In 2008, Terminal 2 was officially inaugurated increasing the flow of traffic. It significantly improved the operational capacity and contact positions of the airport.

Fleet

The Mexico City International Airport is a hub connecting 50 international and national destinations in the American continents, Europe and Asia. Major foreign airlines like American Airlines, United Airlines, Avianca Holdings, ExpressJet Airlines and Delta Airlines are among the partners. Other airways like US Airways, Lufthansa, Copa Airlines, Air France and Iberia perform activities at low scale.  The airport features two terminals separated via runways. Currently, Terminal 1 is ranked fourth largest all over the world.

Awards

The Mexican International Airport has achieved distinct reputation for its successful service and thus receiving various awards. Some of those include:

 

 

·         2009 Mexico & Central America’s Leading Airline – Business Class

·         2006 Central & Latin America’s Leading Airline including business class, too.

·         1997 South America’s Leading Airline

Routes and destinations

Numerous airlines exploit runways of Mexican International Airport for commuters to reach destinations. Incorporated airlines with most operated include Aeromexico Connect, Interjet, Volaris and Aeromar.  Air France and Iberia operate trans-Atlantic flights averaging 28 flights to Madrid and Paris per week. Lufthansa airlines mostly commute service to Europe. Aeromexico manages couple trans-Pacific flights to Japan and China. United Airlines operates the most US destinations as Air Canada to Canadian destinations.

About 29 Cargo airlines use the airport to route the goods to various worldwide destinations. Those include ABX Air, Aero Union, Air France cargo, Amerijet International, Atlas Air, Avianca Cargo, Cargolux, Cathay Pacific, Centurion Air, Emirates SkyCargo, Lufthansa Cargo, UPS Airlines, Qatar Airways Cargo and Mas Air.

Why fly through this airport

How to check – in

Nowadays check – in process is easier. You can do it through website, smart phone or at the counters in the airport itself. Check-in purpose counters can be found in all airports and handled by themselves. It is performed for security and other purposes. Check – in is a usual procedure and thus no need to get anxious at all. Various airlines associated with the airport have different rules and standards for the passengers when performing check-in routine. Passengers need to meet the time arrival standard before the departure of a flight. Time duration varies according to airlines and the destination where you are travelling to.

Baggage and Allowance

The rates vary according to luggage weights. You can find the rates through a website. You can leave you luggage in an airline’s compartment in case you don’t want to carry. Further procedure is to be followed after acquiring a pass for boarding. Then you can board your luggage inside the aircraft.

Seating

You can verify your seating arrangement online or even at airport’s counter. It is strongly advised to do so as it will be convenient for you during the time of departure.

 

Booking fee 

Booking fees rate differ from different airline company. You can get the info on fees and finances through the official website. You can book tickets and pay through credit card or debit card.  Nevertheless, you can acquire fee information at the reservation desk in airport. Different airlines have different funding policy depending on the type of boarding flight. Extra charges might imply if any service subscribed after booking. It is very important that you go through finance policy before booking a ticket.

 

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 Airport Contact Details

Mexico City Juarez International Airport

Address:
Capitán Carlos Léon,
s/n Colonia Peñón de los Baños,
Delegacion Venustiano Carranza,
CP 15620 Mexico DF,
MEXICO

Tel:+52 (01)55 24822400
Fax:+52 (01)55 57848802

Website:

 Location Details

Longitude:99° 4' 22'' W
Latitude:19° 26' 7'' N
IATA code:MEX
ICAO code:MMMX

 Airport Location

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