Hilton Mexico City Airport
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Hilton Mexico City Airport

0.25 miles away from airport

Courtyard Mexico City Airport
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Courtyard Mexico City Airport

0.67 miles away from airport

Ramada Aeropuerto Mexico
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Ramada Aeropuerto Mexico

1.13 miles away from airport

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Mexico City Airport Area
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Mexico City Airport Area

3.63 miles away from airport

Mexico Dali Airport
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Mexico Dali Airport

3.72 miles away from airport

Mexico Zocalo
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Mexico Zocalo

4.06 miles away from airport

Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico
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Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico

4.09 miles away from airport

Hilton Mexico City Reforma
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Hilton Mexico City Reforma

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Howard Johnson Hotel Alameda Mexico City
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Howard Johnson Hotel Alameda Mexico City

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Ramada Reforma Mexico City
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Ramada Reforma Mexico City

5.09 miles away from airport

Mexico City, Benito Juarez International Airport
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Mexico City, Benito Juarez International Airport

0.02 miles away from airport

Mexico Ap T2 National Exit
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Mexico Ap T2 National Exit

0.02 miles away from airport

Mexico City - Int Airport
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Mexico City - Int Airport

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Mexico City International Airport
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Mexico City International Airport

0.02 miles away from airport

Mexico City - International T1
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Mexico City - International T1

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Mexico Ap T1 Internat. Exit
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Mexico Ap T1 Internat. Exit

0.87 miles away from airport

Mexico City - Domestic T2
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Mexico City - Domestic T2

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Mexico City Domestic Airport
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Flights from Licenciado Benito Juarez International Airport to

Licenciado Benito Juarez International Airport Destinations List

This list shows the 90 locations you can fly from Licenciado Benito Juarez International Airport airport

Destination IATA Airlines Flying Route
General Juan N Alvarez InternationalACAInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, Aeromar
Jesus Teran InternationalAGUInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Aeromar
El Dorado InternationalBOGInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Avianca - Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia, Copa Airlines
Ciudad Obregón InternationalCENInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico
Abraham González InternationalCJSInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Volaris
Ciudad del Carmen InternationalCMEInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico
Ingeniero Alberto Acuña Ongay InternationalCPEInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Birmingham European
Chetumal InternationalCTMInterjet (ABC Aerolineas)
Federal de Bachigualato InternationalCULInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, Volaris
Cancún InternationalCUNInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Birmingham European, Volaris
General Roberto Fierro Villalobos InternationalCUUInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Volaris
Cozumel InternationalCZMInterjet (ABC Aerolineas)
Don Miguel Hidalgo Y Costilla InternationalGDLInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Birmingham European, Volaris
La AuroraGUAInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico
José Martí InternationalHAVInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Cubana de Aviación
General Ignacio P. Garcia InternationalHMOInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Volaris
Bahías de Huatulco InternationalHUXInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico
John F Kennedy InternationalJFKInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Alitalia, Delta Air Lines
Manuel Márquez de León InternationalLAPInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Volaris
Miami InternationalMIAInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), American Airlines, AeroMéxico, Alitalia, British Airways, Delta Air Lines
Licenciado Manuel Crescencio Rejon IntMIDInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, Volaris
Minatitlán/Coatzacoalcos NationalMTTInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico
General Mariano Escobedo InternationalMTYInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, LAN Airlines, Birmingham European, Volaris
General Rafael Buelna InternationalMZTInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Birmingham European, Volaris
Xoxocotlán InternationalOAXInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico
Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz InternationalPVRInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Volaris
General Lucio Blanco InternationalREXInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Birmingham European
San Antonio InternationalSATInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, AirTran Airways
Los Cabos InternationalSJDInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Volaris
Juan Santamaria InternationalSJOInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, LACSA
John Wayne-Orange CountySNAInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AirTran Airways
General Francisco Javier Mina InternationalTAMInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico
Angel Albino Corzo InternationalTGZInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Volaris
General Abelardo L. Rodríguez InternationalTIJInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Korean Air, Volaris
Francisco Sarabia InternationalTRCInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Birmingham European
General Heriberto Jara InternationalVERInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Aeromar
Carlos Rovirosa Pérez InternationalVSAInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines
General Leobardo C. Ruiz InternationalZCLInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico
Ixtapa Zihuatanejo InternationalZIHInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Aeromar
Playa De Oro InternationalZLOInterjet (ABC Aerolineas), AeroMéxico, Aeromar
Dallas Fort Worth InternationalDFWAmerican Airlines, AeroMéxico, British Airways, Delta Air Lines
Los Angeles InternationalLAXAmerican Airlines, AeroMéxico, Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Air New Zealand, United Airlines, Volaris
Chicago O'Hare InternationalORDAmerican Airlines, AeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines
Vancouver InternationalYVRAir Canada
Lester B. Pearson InternationalYYZAir Canada
Charles de Gaulle InternationalCDGAir France, AeroMéxico, Alitalia
Del Bajío InternationalBJXAeroMéxico, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Maiquetía (Simón Bolívar Internacional)CCSAeroMéxico
General Guadalupe Victoria InternationalDGOAeroMéxico, Aeromar
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne CountyDTWAeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines
Ministro Pistarini InternationalEZEAeroMéxico
Guarulhos - Governador André Franco Montoro InternationalGRUAeroMéxico, TAM Brazilian Airlines
Washington Dulles InternationalIADAeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, US Airways
George Bush Intercontinental HoustonIAHAeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines
McCarran InternationalLASAeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, Volaris
London HeathrowLHRAeroMéxico, British Airways, Iberia Airlines
Las PalmasLIMAeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, LAN Airlines, Grupo TACA
Valle del Fuerte InternationalLMMAeroMéxico
Madrid Barajas InternationalMADAeroMéxico, Alitalia, Iberia Airlines, Air Europa
General Servando Canales InternationalMAMAeroMéxico, Aeromar
Orlando InternationalMCOAeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, Volaris
General Francisco J. Mujica InternationalMLMAeroMéxico, Aeromar
General Rodolfo Sánchez Taboada InternationalMXLAeroMéxico, Volaris
Quetzalcóatl InternationalNLDAeroMéxico
El Tajín NationalPAZAeroMéxico, Aeromar
Tocumen InternationalPTYAeroMéxico, Copa Airlines
El Salvador InternationalSALAeroMéxico, Grupo TACA
Ramón Villeda Morales InternationalSAPAeroMéxico
Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez InternationalSCLAeroMéxico, LAN Airlines
San Francisco InternationalSFOAeroMéxico, Delta Air Lines, Air New Zealand, United Airlines
Ponciano Arriaga InternationalSLPAeroMéxico, Aeromar
Plan De Guadalupe InternationalSLWAeroMéxico, United Airlines, Aeromar
Tapachula InternationalTAPAeroMéxico
Montreal / Pierre Elliott Trudeau InternationalYULAeroMéxico
Amsterdam SchipholAMSKLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Frankfurt am Main InternationalFRALufthansa
Denver InternationalDENUnited Airlines
Newark Liberty InternationalEWRUnited Airlines
Charlotte Douglas InternationalCLTUS Airways
Phoenix Sky Harbor InternationalPHXUS Airways
Puerto Escondido InternationalPXMBirmingham European, Aeromar
Austin Bergstrom InternationalAUSAeromar
Lic. Miguel de la MadridCLQAeromar
General Pedro Jose Mendez InternationalCVMAeromar
El LenceroJALAeromar
Lázaro CárdenasLZCAeromar
Mc Allen Miller InternationalMFEAeromar
Amado Nervo NationalTPQAeromar
Chicago Midway InternationalMDWVolaris
San Diego InternationalSANVolaris

Licenciado Benito Juarez International Airport Destinations Map

Licenciado Benito Juarez International Airport Reviews (9)

Average User Rating

Volaris Bad Airline

Marco Martos, June 20, 2013 at 6:33 pm

Please never use Volaris for your intra Mexico trips, they are really bad, service bad, seats always are over sold so you are not guaranteed your seat. Bad food very disappointed with this airline.

To Mr Smart A55

World Traveler Fan, February 27, 2013 at 1:52 am

These regulations are imposed by the United States. Why do you get so angry with the experience of Ms Lee if in all airports in the world happens the same thing because of the regulations of your country. Besides, easily you can ask for a glass of water after take off :)

Camera Stolen

Belinda Vaca, May 1, 2012 at 5:16 pm

Warning: April 9, 2012 had my camera stolen from TA’s in MEXICO CITY after carry on luggage went through XRay. I was returning back home to TX and had to transfer in Mexico City. Got off the plane and had to go through inspection security again. I had on the side of my carry on bag: my car keys, 2 cell phones, IPOD and GPS and my CANON camera. They kept my attention while looking at my car keys and secretly removed my camera. What hurts is the pictures that are lost of my elderly Aunts and Uncles in Guadalajara that I was visiting and of my family members in Puebla that I took in January.

To Mr World Traveller

Smart A55, January 9, 2011 at 2:17 am

Perhaps you should read the post more carefully before offering an arrogant and pedantic response like you did. In Mexico they confiscate liquids AT BOARDING, as Ms. Lee quite clearly stated, and there is absolutely no signage or warning that this will happen at any of the Mexican airports I have been to. Her complaint is justified, and despite that being "the way it is", unless you’ve previously been unpleasantly surprised by such confiscation in Mexico, then there’s no good reason for a person to "know better". You not only sound rude, you are rude. Beyond that, you’re apparently not a particularly thorough reader, which perhaps adds ignorance or carelessness to the list of your unpleasant attributes.

Answer To - Ms. S Lee

World Traveller, December 23, 2010 at 4:25 am

It is very well known that there are clearly defined limits on the liquids to be let through security zone in ANY airport in the world. MEX airport has posters indicating the max. limits of what is allowed on the check-in lines. It is your responsibility as a traveller/visitor to obey the laws and regulations of the country you are visiting. Sorry to sound rude, but feeling bad is no-one else’s problem but the one who is actually sick. Airport controls the air/passenger traffic with the foremost priority and focus towards air-traffic security. The water is available at any shop after the check in, so I see no grounds to complain about water "unavailability" and consequent suffering. Any airline in the world would be glad to assist with a glass of water upon boarding, especially given your sickness. Also, re-selling the confiscated water? Common. Overall security is paramount comparing to a solo traveller issues like yours or mine for that matter.

US International Travelers - Beware 2nd Security Search/Water Scam

S Lee, July 27, 2010 at 7:08 am

My family and I returned to the US from Mexico City yesterday. I was fairly ill (vomiting/diarrhea) and was fighting dehydration. I needed to sip liquids a little at a time to keep from vomiting or dehydrating. After passing through security, we purchased several bottles of water (at airport prices) to take with us on the plane. Unfortunately, they were confiscated without warning as we tried to board the plane. The lady at security actually smirked at me as she tossed the unopened bottles of water into a bin filled with them. They told me I was welcome to drink it all right there and ignored me when I tried to tell them that I would throw up if I did. I watched as the family after us had the same thing happen to them. Due to air turbulence, it was several HOURS before I was able to get something to drink, and as a result I was much sicker than I had been before. I don’t object to REASONABLE security precautions, but I resent being treated like a criminal and being scammed by an airport – I don’t think anyone is gullible enough to believe those unopened bottles of water are destroyed. They’re probably taken home by security personnel or even resold to the next unsuspecting traveler! This policy is inhumane and a health hazard even for healthy travelers. For me, it caused a great deal of unnecessary suffering. I will think long and hard before I ever return to Mexico.

Terminal 2 Is The Choice

Grant Blair, April 30, 2010 at 6:59 pm

I fly through AICM almost every week. Terminal 2 (Continental, Delta) is WAY nicer than the cramped, smelly Terminal 1. The one aspect I can never figure out is "security policy of the day" at the airport. There’s always something different going on with security there. One day I’ll be told "one tray per person!". Another day I’ll be told "one laptop per tray". Another day they’re OK with water bottles. Another day they’re not. One day they want liquids/gels out and on display. Another day they don’t care. Sometimes my bags are searched. Sometimes they’re not. Sometimes everyone is patted-down. Sometimes nobody is patted-down. Most haphazard security I’ve ever encountered. Expect the worst and you’ll come out feeling lucky.

Good Airport

Benja E, March 18, 2009 at 5:38 pm

Mexico City Airport, often known as AICM, is a nice airport. It’s divided in two terminals, and you can get between them by an inside monorail (you need to have boarding pass to use it), there are also buses running between T1 and T2. If you are flying in a domestic flight on weekdays in the early morning (6-8 am) the check in counters can get a little bit crowded so is better to get there with a little extra time so you are not in a rush. Getting there from Mexico City downtown takes more or less 40 minutes, it depends on traffic, some days (especially Fridays) between 18:00 and 20:00hrs it can be a lot of more time to get there by car. AICM is also served by subway, so you just need to leave the subway at the "Terminal Area" station and it leaves you exactly in Terminal 1 of the airport, the subway is the easiest and cheapest way to get in and out of the airport to almost any point of the city, and it costs only 2 Mexican pesos and is really fast.

Juarez International Getting Better

Danny Lucas, May 24, 2006 at 1:07 am

The new addition to the international terminal is looking great. Lots of high-end shopping located there. Be careful though, my last flight was at gate 36 which is a long walk from the domestic area of the airport. I found high quality t-shirts and other gifts at this airport. Not just cheap trinkets. The airport has a bad reputation and is clearly too small. I’ve been there twice in the last 9 months and it is getting better. There are ambitious plans for renovation as well as spreading traffic to surrounding airports, so says the slick airport video.

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