Benito Juarez International Airport is the main air gateway to the capital of Mexico. It was named in honour of the President of Mexico, who ruled the country during the second half of the 19th century. Mexico airport is considered the busiest in Latin America; the number of international destinations is more than a hundred. There are only two runways, but they efficiently manage the traffic. The airport has two terminals, Terminal 1 is responsible for both domestic and international flights, while Terminal 2 is designed only for international flights. Terminals are linked with a light subways and a shuttle bus. Technical capabilities allow Mexico City airport to serve about 32 million passengers a year. The airport is located in the city, so the guests of Mexico City don't have problems with how to get downtown. There is a metro station in the airport, though if you prefer personal service and comfort, you can take a taxi. There is the second airport located in 50 km distance from the capital - Adolfo Lopez Mateos International Airport. It monitors air traffic of the western part of Mexico City and Toluca region and is considered the main alternative to Benito Juarez Airport. It serves domestic flights to Guadalajara, Cancun, Tijuana, Monterrey and other destinations.
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