Mexico City International Airport (MEX)
Benito Juárez International Airport is also called "Mexico City International Airport" is one of the greatest working airports in Latin America, located 3.5 miles away from Mexico City.
Airport was opened as a Military Airbase in 1915 and in 1928 was changed over into a public airport. In May 1931 the airport was authoritatively published for a commercial use. Since July 1923 started operating national and international flights.
There are more than 100 airlines working at Mexico City International Airport: Aeromar, Aeromar, Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge, Air France, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Interjet (offers more than 50 ends), United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Vivaaerobus, Volaris, Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij and Aeroméxico.
All the terminals are encouraged with passenger facilities such as shopping arcade, cash changes, duty-free shops, phone booths, and ATMs.
A few inns and hotels are adjacent to the airport and "The Hilton Mexico City Airport Hotel" is so far the closest one to the airport.
Mexico City International Airport can be easily reached by a bus. Trip to the right city centre by bus “AICM” usually takes about 30 minutes and costs €15. Shuttle services are available just to resorts and the 15km distance from the airport to Mexico City usually takes about 25 minutes and costs €10. Taxis and shuttle services are also available from the terminals.