Terminals Mexico City Benito Juarez Airport

Mexico City Airport has two Main passenger terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Both terminals are connected through runways.

 

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is currently the largest airport terminal in the Americas and the fourth largest terminal worldwide. The building has two levels: PB and PA (Planta Baja and Planta Alta).

 

Terminal 1 is divided in:

- Terminal 1 - Upper Level - Section 3: There are gates from 1 to 15. National Departures.

- Terminal 1 - Upper Level - Section 2: There are gates from 17 to 23. International Departures. Hall G.

- Terminal 1 - Upper Level - Section 2: There are gates from 24 to 36. International Departures Hall 1, Hall 2, Hall 3 and Hall J.

 

It has two contact positions available to operate with Airbus A380.

It connects with the hotel Camino Real (with 600 rooms), Courtyard by Marriott (more than 280 rooms), Fiesta Inn by Fiesta Americana (more than 320 rooms) and Hilton (more than 100 rooms).

 

There are 3,100 parking spaces at the Domestic area and 2,400 at the International area.

 

At T1 there are 6 information points: Gate A1, domestic arrivals; Gate E1 (international arrivals from South and Central America and in the middle of pre-waiting are of gate 8); and final waiting areas: 19, 26 and 29.

 

Terminal 2

It is the newest terminal building at México City Airport, it opened in 2007. It has 3 levels: PB, PA and MZ (Planta Baja, Planta Alta and Mezzanine).

 

It has the halls K and M with the following gates:

- Hall K: from gate 52 to gate 62.

- Hall M: gate from 62 to 74 + gate 75 (remote position).

 

It has a hotel next to the facilities, NH, with more than 280 rooms.

The nearest parking has 3,000 parking spaces.

 

At T2 there are 6 information points: 1st Level Departures, International Arrivals (Ground Floor), Domestic Arrivals (Ground Floor), Arrivals (Ground Floor, at Central Information Point) and at the Final Waiting Area of the Domestic Departures and Internationals Departures.

 

Currently at the airport operate more than 20 airlines. These are the following: Aeromar, AeroMéxico, AeroMéxico Connect, Air Canada, Air France, Southwest, American Airlines, Avianca, British Airways, Copa Airlines, Copa Airlines Colombia, Cubana, Delta, Iberia, InterJet, KLM, Lacsa, LATAM Airlines, Lufthansa, Magnicharters Taca, United, Viva Aerobus, Volaris, JetBlue, AlItalia.