Capitán Carlos León s/n Colonia Peñón de los Baños, Delegación Venustiano Carranza, México
Benito Juárez International Airport is located 6 miles east of the historical center of Mexico City. Each year around 35 million travelers pass through it’s terminals on their way to different countries around the world. Benito Juárez handles the second highest volume of air operations in Latin America.
Benito Juárez International Airport has 2 runways, 2 passenger terminals, and 74 boarding gates. The terminals are connected by a free Aerotrain and also by busses.
Benito Juárez International Airport offers travelers an infrastructure of services including banks, cash machines, moneychangers, WIFI, post offices, VIP sectors, restaurants and fast food stands, perfume and jewelry stores, artisan shops, pharmacies, and a medical clinic that is open 24hs. In Terminal 1 there is a Hilton Hotel and in Terminal 2 the NH Aeropuerto T2 Hotel.
Benito Juárez International Airport has the parking areas for short and long-term parking, which provide valet service, guards, and pre-payment stands.
In 2015 construction begins on the New International Airport of the City of Mexico, which promises to provide service to 120 million travelers.
In Terminal 1 of Benito Juárez International Airport you can find stands for the principal car rental companies such as Dollar, Alamo, Budget, Europcar, Sixt, Avis, Hertz, National, and Thrifty.
It’s important to note that the best prices on rental cars can be arranged by reserving your vehicle ahead of time through RentingCarz. It’s as simple as getting on the internet and choosing the correct car between a great variety of compact cars, family cars, convertibles, SUV’s, minivans, sports cars, and luxury cars. RentingCarz also offers great deals on rental car packages that include GPS in your language, insurance, a full gas tank and many other services.
Once the reservation is made you just have to present the voucher with confirmation number at the rental counter along with your driver’s license and the credit card of the person who made the reservation.
To exit Benito Juárez International Airport in a rental car heading towards the city center you take Boulevard Puerto Aéro, then continue along Río Consulado and later the Circuito Interior to the Paseo de la Reforma. Another posible route is to start on the Boulevard Puerto Aéreo and then take Ave Chapultepec.
It’s highly recommended to in Mexico City (also know as DF for Distrito Federal) to make sure your rental car is equipped with GPS in your language in order to drive safely and easily through this enormous city.
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