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Terminals Mexico City Benito Juarez Airport

Mexico City Airport has two passenger terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.


Transfer between terminals

Both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are separated each other 3 km, that is why they are connected by the Airtrain. It consists into a monorail system that only allows passengers with hand baggage and it can be used by handling the boarding pass.


The access to the platforms are located:

- T1: located in Puente Pilotos bridge.

- T2: near Gate M.


Opening hours: Daily, from 05:00 am to 11:00 pm with 5 minutes' frequency. Transferring from one terminal to each other will take you just 7 minutes.


On the other hand, shuttle buses between terminals are also available. They are located at entrance 6 (Terminal 1) and entrance 4 (Terminal 2).


Opening hours: Daily, from 05:00 am to 01:00 am. Stops are located at Gate 6 (Terminal 1) and Gate 4 (Terminal 2). You can purchase your ticket on board to the driver.


Additionally, both terminals are connected through runways.




See below related information about the terminals in Mexico Airport:


Terminal 1

Mexico Airport Terminal 1 hosts both national and international flights, being the largest airport terminal in the American continent.

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Terminal 2

It was opened in 2007 and is currently the newest terminal in Mexico Airport.

Aeromexico carrier has its main distribution centre in this terminal.

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