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Cheap Flights from Montreal to Mexico City Juarez International

Flight information Montreal to Mexico City Juarez International

cheapest roundtrip price from Montreal to Mexico City Juarez International last month

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airlines fly non-stop from Montreal to Mexico City Juarez International

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flights a week from Montreal to Mexico City Juarez International

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average flight time from Montreal to Mexico City Juarez International, total distance 3723 kilometers

Aeromexico (aerm)

was the most popular airline flying from Montreal to Mexico City Juarez International last month

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Flying out of Montreal - Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

Located 20 kilometres from its downtown, the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International airport serves Montreal and its surrounding area, as well as areas of Quebec, eastern Ontario, northern New York state, and Vermont. Airlines originating from this airport fly across North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

You can book a direct flight to Mexico City with Aeromexico, and connecting flights with Air Canada, Delta Airlines, and American Airlines. Connections can decrease the cost of your flight but will increase the time it takes to get to your destination. The average non-stop flight to Mexico City is just under six hours.

Make sure you arrive at the airport at least two hours before your flight, especially if you are traveling during peak travel times or weekends. You need sufficient time to pass through security checks, especially for international flights.

Visiting Mexico City in the spring almost guarantees you wonderful weather, but you will need to contend with crowds. Winter can get quite chilly and rainy although you may find great deals. Bring extra layers. Mexico City is over 7,500 feet above sea level, meaning that anyone who lives closer to sea level could have difficulty adjusting to the altitude. Drink lots of water, get plenty of rest, and make sure you use sunscreen.

Mexico City Airport Options

For both passenger travel and air cargo, Mexico City International Airport is the busiest airport not just in Mexico, but in Latin America as well. Flights connect to Latin America, North America, Asia, and Europe. It is located five kilometres from downtown Mexico City. Due to its intense usage, a new airport is being built to reduce congestion.

You can easily arrive at your accommodation from the airport using an authorized taxi, taking a public metrobus, or renting a car.

Tips for Travel to Mexico City

Being the largest city in not simply in Mexico but in the Western hemisphere, Mexico City is both the economic, political, and cultural hub for the country. Visit any of the art or historical museums, stroll through the open-air markets, or take in a castle or two. To make your travel stress-free, it is recommended that you have accommodations lined up before arriving, especially during busier times of year. Use Skyscanner's hotel booking toolto help.

Like all international travel, anyone traveling to Mexico should take some basic precautions. Always be ready for customs and make sure you review guidelines and advisories before leaving. Remember that extra screening or bag searches are the norm these days, regardless of your destination. Additionally, take necessary food and water precautions, and stay aware of any health or political situations to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit. Because the local time in Montreal is just one hour ahead of Mexico City, most people should not have an issue with jet lag.

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