General Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport
Located 4 km (2.5 miles) east of downtown Tijuana and also known as Tijuana International Airport, it is one of the busiest in the country and serves much of the state of Baja California. It operates with domestic flights and international destinations in China. It has ATMs, currency exchange bureaus (24 hours), VIP room and free Wi-Fi access. It has several restaurants, fast food stores, bars, cafes, pizzerias and confectionery, as well as a mini-market and a place with tax-free products open 24 hours, handicraft shops, souvenirs, books, newspapers and magazines. Ground transportation has buses to the towns of Ensenada, Mexicali, La Paz and Los Cabos and others to different cities in California and Arizona.
General Rodolfo Sánchez Taboada International Airport
Located 20 km (12 miles) east of the city of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico, near the US-Mexico Border, it is the northernmost airport in the country. Occasionally it has charter routes to Los Angeles and San Francisco (United States) and to Vancouver (Canada). It has ATMs and free Wi-Fi access, bars and a restaurant inside the terminal. A commercial area within the enclosure has clothing stores, souvenirs, handicrafts, newspapers and tobacco. Transportation to the city center can be done through taxis that are outside the terminal and its cost varies depending on the destination and the service contracted, which can be individual or shared.
Abraham González International Airport
The airport is located 18 km (11 miles) south of downtown Ciudad Juarez, near the U.S.-Mexico border on the opposite side of El Paso, Texas. It serves Ciudad Juárez and much of the state of Chihuahua with domestic flights. It has ATMs, currency exchange bureau, mobile phone service and free Wi-Fi access. There are some restaurants, cafes, bars and fast food stores on the second level and the waiting room, as well as a mini-market, bookstore, gift shops, newspapers and tobacco, regional products and accessories. A service called Transborder, part according to flights to El Paso, Texas, with a cost of USD13.00, from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm.
Guadalajara Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport
Located 23 kilometers from the center of the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, it is the third busiest airport in Mexico, only after the International Airport of Mexico City and the Cancun International Airport and the second busiest in terms of air cargo. It operates with domestic flights and international destinations in the United States and Central America. It has a bank, currency exchange houses (24 hours), ATMs, VIP lounges and Wi-Fi access free of charge. It has restaurants, cafes, fast food stores, pizzerias, bars and duty-free shops in the international sector, mini markets and souvenirs. It is possible to travel to the city center in about 35 minutes through public transport, as well as with shared transport to Minerva.
Cancun International Airport
The Cancun International Airport is located 16 km (10 miles) to the southwest of the area of resorts and hotels of Cancun, on the Caribbean coast on the Yucatan Peninsula. It is one of the most important in Mexico and throughout Latin America. It operates with domestic flights and numerous international destinations in America, the Caribbean and Europe. It has four terminals open 24 hours a day and connected to each other every 10 minutes by courtesy buses. It has currency exchange bureaus, ATMs, mailboxes, VIP lounges, public telephones, internet kiosks and free Wi-Fi access. In terminals 2 and 3 there is a diverse variety of fast food stores, coffee shops, bars, pizzerias, restaurants and ice cream parlors. Buses, private transport and taxis provide the service of transfers not only to the city of Cancun and its hotel zone but also to the different tourist points of the Caribbean coast and other tourist points.
Querétaro Intercontinental Airport
This intercontinental airport serves a large part of the State itself and different locations in neighboring states. It is located in the municipalities of Colón and El Marqués, 15 km (9.5 miles) east of Santiago de Querétaro and operates with domestic and international flights from the United States. It has a currency exchange house, ATM, VIP room and Wi-Fi access free of charge. There is a restaurant inside the terminal, a convenience store and craft stores. Ground transportation is done through taxis available outside the terminal, whose rates vary according to the destination and car hired (private or purchased)
Licensed Adolfo López Mateos International Airport
It is located 16 kilometers from the center of the city of Toluca, State of Mexico, Mexico and not only serves the Toluca area, but is also considered the main alternate airport to Mexico City. It operates with domestic and international flights to Caracas, Venezuela. It has two 2 terminals, one domestic and one international, located next to each other and open 24 hours a day. It has ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, free Wi-Fi access, coffee shops, pizzerias, fast food outlets and restaurants in the Domestic Terminal. The Convenience Store is open 24 hours. Ground transportation has buses that travel to various points in Mexico City and Cuernavaca, as well as shared minibuses to Cuernavaca, Morelos, Santa Fe and Mexico City.
General Mariano Escobedo International Airport
Located on the highway in the municipality of Apodaca, 24 km (15 miles) northeast of Monterrey, it is the main air port of entry to the state of Nuevo León and next to the International Airport of the North performs the national and international operations of the metropolitan area from Monterrey. It is one of the most modern in North America and operates with domestic flights and several international destinations, mainly in the United States, Central America and the Caribbean. It has two runways and three terminals connected by a free bus service. You have currency exchange bureaus, ATMs, VIP lounges, free Wi-Fi access, as well as restaurants, expedition machines, bars and duty-free shops. Through the ATMs that issue taxi tickets, transfer services can be requested to the three available routes.
Benito Juárez International Airport
This airport is the most important in Mexico and the busiest in Latin America. It does not only serve the D.F., but much of the country. In addition to the country’s domestic flights, it operates with numerous international destinations within the Americas, Europe and the Far East. It is located 10 km (6 miles) east of Mexico City and has two terminals connected by public bus service and an Aerotrén, free service only for connecting passengers. It has banks, currency exchange bureaus, ATMs, postal services, VIP lounges, mobile phone services, Wi-Fi access free of charge for 15 minutes. Two hotels are located within the premises and have facilities for business and meetings. The metrobus, the metro, hotel express, intercity buses, taxis and private services such as Uber and Easy Taxi are part of the means of transport.
Edmonton International Airport
Considered the most important in Canada, it is located 35 km (22 miles) south of the city of Edmonton and serves not only the Edmonton area, but the entire province of Alberta. It operates with domestic and international flights to destinations in the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean and some parts of Europe. It consists of two tracks and a single terminal, together with a hotel. Its facilities include ATMs, duty-free shops and other retail stores, restaurants, art exhibitions, live music performances and playgrounds. An express bus service travels every 30-60 minutes between the airport and the Century Park station.