Mexico City Benito Juárez International Airport is located 13km (8 miles) east of Mexico City.
Avenida Capitán Carlos León S/N Col Peñón de los Baños
DF CP 15620 Delegación Venustiano Carranza
Dialling code: +52
Telephone: (55) 2482 2400
Lufthansa at the airport
At the airport
Lufthansa is located in Terminal 1.
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You can relax, take forty winks or get down to some work before your next flight in the Lufthansa and Star Alliance partner lounges at all major international airports.
To the loungefinder
How to get there
From central Mexico City, take Avenida Rio Churubusco and Boulevard Puerto Aeréo northbound.
The Mexico City Metro is a cheap and quick way to reach the city; the airport metro station Terminal Aérea is on line 5 of the 11-line network. To reach the airport’s station near Terminal 1, turn left out of the terminal and walk past the car park. For central Mexico City, change at Pantitlán (one stop) for line 1 and travel to Insurgentes. From Terminal 2, take the shuttle bus directly to Pantitlán station.
There are regular airport buses to various destinations in and around Mexico City, departing from the arrivals areas of the terminals – ticket desks are located in both terminals. Long-distance buses are also available from outside both terminals.
Minibuses connect to major hotels from Terminal 1. Shuttles are also available on request from Terminal 2.
Pre-paid taxi coupons (boleto) are available from the Transportación Terrestre booths in the baggage reclaim areas. Travellers are strongly advised to take an authorised pre-paid taxi and always lock taxi doors when inside – a full list of authorised providers is available on the airport’s website. The trip to the city centre takes between 40 and 60 minutes.
Short- and long-term parking is available in five car parks close to the terminal buildings. These include a covered area at Terminal 1 with around 2,000 spaces.