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Mexico City, Mexico City Benito Juárez International Airport (MEX), Mexico

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    Mexico City Benito Juárez International Airport is equipped with ramps, lifts and special toilets for travellers with physical disabilities; passengers requiring wheelchairs and special assistance should inform their airline prior to travel. Car parking spaces for disabled passengers are provided in the car parks next to the terminal buildings.

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    Facilities & infrastructure


    There are several banks offering bureaux de change facilities, as well as dedicated currency exchange centres in both terminals. ATMs are available 24 hours a day.


    Courier services are situated in both terminals. An internet café in located within departure lounge E in Terminal 1, and there are numerous email kiosks at various points within the terminals.


    Eateries of all types can be found in both terminals, including fast-food outlets, bars, cafeterias and full-service restaurants. Some outlets are open 24 hours a day.


    There is a wide range of shops at the airport, including gift retailers, clothes boutiques and bookshops. In particular, a good selection of duty-free shopping is available in Terminal 1.


    Porters are on hand to help with luggage for a tip, and there are also luggage trolleys available for a small fee. Left-luggage

    lockers are available in both terminals, and a baggage packing service can be found near lounges B and D in Terminal 1. For lost or found items, contact the lost property offices (tel: (55) 2482 2289 for Terminal 1 or 2598 7169 for Terminal 2).


    Other facilities at Mexico City Benito Juárez International Airport include a medical clinic in Terminal 2, pharmacies and shoeshine booths.

    Conference & Business

    Many airlines and airline lounge card holders provide executive lounges with fax, data port connection, telephone and photocopying services.

    Hilton Mexico City Airport Hotel (tel: (55) 5133 0505; at Terminal 1 has a 24-hour business centre and limited meeting space, while the NH Aeropuerto T2 (tel: (55) 5786 5750; in Terminal 2 also has business facilities. Small conference and meeting facilities are also available at the nearby Airport Camino Real Hotel (tel: (55) 3003 0033; and Fiesta Inn Aeropuerto (tel: (55) 5133 6600;

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    General Information

    Airport code: MEX

    Number of Terminals: 2


    There are several information desks in the international and domestic areas of the terminals. There is a tourist information office (tel: (55) 2786 9002) in the international arrivals area, which provides information on Mexico City and can help arrange accommodation.

    Transfer between Terminals

    The Air Train shuttle train runs between the two terminals. The transfer time is around 5 minutes and passengers must be in possession of a boarding pass or e-ticket. Minibuses also operate around the airport site.

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    Visa & Immigration

    IATA Travel Centre

    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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    Hotels in Mexico City


    Tourists often make the mistake of staying Downtown, but while the historical centre is fascinating during the day, it can be a little sketchy at night.

    Better to stay in hip Condesa, full of stylish boutique hotels, or the lively Zona Rosa.

    Condesa DF

    Avenida Veracruz 102, Condesa
    06700 Mexico City
    Mexico ‎
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    Category: Expensive

    This spectacular wedge of a building has been the trendiest place to stay in DF since opening in 2005.

    Imperial Reforma

    Paseo de la Reforma 64, Júarez
    06600 Mexico City
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    Category: Moderate

    Built in 1904, this old boutique favourite is located on the important Paseo de Reforma.