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Mexico City Airport is known as Benito Juárez International Airport, it has roughly 24million passengers a year with a future capacity of more than 32million. The airport is located in Venustiano Carranza, a short distance from Mexico City centre. It is Mexico's busiest airport and Latin America's second busiest airport.

Your booking confirmation will give you details of when and where to collect your hire car. The airport arrivals area is a great place for car rental Mexico City, the arrivals desks are easy to find and the pick up should be quick and effecient. Your Mexico City car rental will have a road map and list of tourist destinations to help you make the most of your rental car.

About Mexico City Airport

There are more than 30 domestic and international airlines flying through. The airport has flights to more than worldwide 100 destinations including those in Central America, the Caribbean, South America, Asia and Europe. The airport is a major hub for Aeroméxico which is Mexico’s main airline. The airport was expanded during the 1980’s to double the size and again in the 1990’s with a larger check in facility. Terminal 2, with larger passenger facilities, baggage hall and check in desks, was opened in 2007 and now includes a business lounge, which increased the airport’s passenger capacity by another 15%. Terminals 1&2 are connected by a monorail system. The airport has duty free outlets, shops, restaurants, banks, ATMs and currency exchange booths.

Tourist Info

Mexico City, capital of Mexico is the country's largest city and one of the most important financial centres in North America. In the Valley of Mexico, with sixteen boroughs and a population of roughly 9 million in the centre of the city and more than 21million people in the metropolitan area of Mexico City, the second largest metropolitan area in the western hemisphere. The city is surrounded by volcanoes and mountains and is slowly sinking in the soft ground on which it is located and the city is often the victim of flooding. Mexico City has been through many incarnations since it was first built in the early 14th century. Having been destroyed during the early 16th century, it was rebuilt and resembled the more Spanish tradition of construction we would recognise today with many original buildings, particularly churches and large palatial style homes, still surviving today.

In Mexico City today there is what would be considered more Western areas of construction with hundreds of sky scrapers including the Torre Mayor, the second tallest building in Latin America, the Olympic Games held in the late 1960’s allowed for some large sporting venues to be built. There are also a large number of shanty towns that have sprung up to house the increasing number of workers arriving in the city and looking for work from the villages and towns. Mexico City has numerous theatres, after London and New York; it has the most in the world. There are more museums in the city then almost any other city in the world including the National Museum of Anthropology and the Templo Mayor Museum. There are many religious buildings of note including the Metropolitan Cathedral with works by Juan de Rojas.

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