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  • Airport Code: MEX
  • Country: Mexico
  • Nearest City: Mexico City
  • Timezone: UTC-5
  • Official Website: http://www.aicm.com.mx/home_en.php
  • Address: Mexico City MX
  • Coordinates: 19.435278, -99.07278
  • Distance to City: 13km
  • Terminals: 1
  • Airport Phone: 2482-2424
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Car Rental Mexico City International Airport

Mexico City International Airport, formerly known as Benito Juarez International Airport, is Mexico's busiest airport and the second-busiest airport in Latin America, after Guarulhos Airport in São Paulo, Brazil. It caters for around 31.5 million passengers each year. Rent a car in Mexico City International Airport and you are just 13km east of the historic centre of Mexico. To get to Mexico International Airport by rental car, follow the Fray Servando Avenue northbound. Take a left onto Rio Churubusco and follow signs for the airport.

A so-called hot and high airport, it is used by by 46 domestic and international airlines, including cargo carriers, which fly to and from more than 100 destinations around the world. Non-stop services operate from Mexico City to North America, Central America and the Caribbean, South America, Asia and Europe.

About Mexico City

Rent a car in Mexico City and discover one of the world's weird and wonderful capitals. Set 2,240 metres above sea level, the world’s third largest urban area induces light-headedness among first-time visitors - and it's not just because of the altitude. It may have a reputation for crime and pollution, but a benign climate, vibrant street life, and a fascinating culture will beguile you.

Whether it's drinking tequila at a grand old cantina, breakfasting on tamales from a street vendor, admiring the art of Frida Kahlo, or watch masked wrestlers contort in the lucha libre (wrestling) arena downtown, Mexico City will leave you with indelible memories.