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Mexico City Airport Informational Guide to Mexico City International Airport - Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX) - Non Official

Mexico City Airport to Metro

Mexico City is well served by suburban metro, even though Mexico City Airport Terminals are not directly connected to it.

Where is the closest metro station?

The closest metro station to Mexico City Airport is "Terminal Aérea" station, Line 5, running from Pantitlán to Politécnico.

Terminal Aérea Station is located just a few minutes walk from Terminal 1.

Terminal 2 doesn’t have direct connection to Terminal Aérea Station but it is located 750 meters (2,300 feet) from Pantitlán, a station that is served by metro lines A, 1, 5 and 9, as well as by several buses.

How to get to the metro?

Passengers just need to turn left outside Terminal 1 and keep going until the stairs down to the metro station.

From Terminal 2, our recommendation is to transfer to Terminal 1 and follow the same procedure to get to the metro.

On the other hand, it is important to bear in mind that large luggage is banned on the metro.


- Monday to Friday: From 05:00 am to 00:00 am.
- Saturdays: 06:00 am to 00:00 am.
- Sunday and holidays: 07:00 am to 00:00 am.

For further information about Mexico City Airport Metro, please check here


One-way ticket fare is MX$5.

Reusable smart cards are sold at the metro stations for MX$10 and the minimum recharge is MX$3.  

Passengers with disabilities or seniors (over 60 years) can take the metro for free.

Where do I buy my ticket?

Tickets are sold at both the booths or the ticket machines available at any metro station.


Line G links the bus stop located close to Terminal Aérea Station with Boulevard Puerto Aéreo Station.

This route allows passengers to transfer to metro line 1.