Cheap Flights from Guadalajara to Mexico City Juarez International

Flight information Guadalajara to Mexico City Juarez International

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Average flight time, total distance 459 kilometers

1h 15min

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Aeromexico (aerm)

Mexico City Juarez International

1 airport

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Mexico City is one of the world's largest and most cosmopolitan cities. While people from Canada and the U.S. often overlook Mexico's capital in favor of one of its Caribbean or Pacific resorts, Mexico City has a wealth of cultural, historic, and culinary offerings that can rival almost any major world city.

Because Guadalajara is Mexico's second-largest city, getting from there to Mexico City is extremely easy, with hundreds of direct flights on offer each week. The route is currently served by five airlines: Aeromar, Aeromexico, Interjet, VivaAerobus, and Volaris. Because there is so much competition on the Guadalajara to Mexico City route, seat sales are common. You should sign up for Price Alerts to stay on top of any drop in price or take advantage of Skyscanner's monthly search feature to find out when the best time to book a flight may be.

Inside: Guadalajara Airport

All flights to Mexico City leave from Terminal One of the Guadalajara Airport. The shopping and dining at the airport are decent, if not spectacular. Expect to find the typical major brands, like Subway, Starbucks, Sunglass Hut, and Lacoste, that one would encounter at any major airport. Also, during the summer months the airport has a problem with mosquitos, so bring repellant. On the bright side, there is plenty of comfortable seating and the airport is usually less crowded than what you would find in the United States or even Canada.

Landing at Mexico City Juarez International

Mexico City Juarez International is one of the world's busiest airports, and also notorious for being one of the worst. Long constrained by its location in a dense urban area, the airport has well exceeded its capacity, and its existing terminals, some of which were built as temporary facilities, are showing their age. While a new airport is currently under construction that promises to address these issues, for the time being, travellers to Mexico City have to make do with Juarez International. If flying with Aeromexico or Aeromar, you will luckily land at the new Terminal 2, which is fairly easy to navigate. Most other flights arrive at Terminal 1. The two terminals are far from one another and you will need to take the bus or train to transfer between them. To transfer using the train you will need to present an onward boarding pass. There is a metro station at Terminal 1 that makes getting around the city easy. Otherwise, taking a bus, renting a car, or hiring a cab are your best bets for getting to the city centre.

While Juarez International may not make a great first impression, don't let that sour you on Mexico City itself. The country's capital is home to a staggering number of attractions, including more museums than any other city in the world, such as the world-class Museum of Anthropology. There is also the pre-Colombian site of Teotihuacan, containing some of the largest ancient pyramids on the planet, as well as La Catedral, the largest cathedral in the Americas. With so much to see and do, you are going to want a comfy bed. Skyscanner can help you find a hotel that is just what you need after a long day of sightseeing.

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