Cheap Flights from Toronto to Mexico City Juarez International in 2019

Flight information Toronto to Mexico City Juarez International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 3223 kilometers

4h 40min

Most popular airline last month

Aeromexico (aerm)

Mexico City Juarez International

1 airport

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Condesa DF


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Cheap Flights from Toronto to Mexico City Juarez International

Cheap Flights from Toronto to Mexico City Juarez International

Flights from Toronto to Mexico City Juarez International (MEX) depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ).

From Toronto Pearson International Airport, three airlines provide daily direct service to Mexico City Juarez International: Air Canada, Aeromexico and Westjet. Air Canada flights depart from the international gates of Terminal 1, which is well-equipped with cafés, restaurants, shops and services (including currency exchange offices and ATMs). The airport recently upgraded its dining options in Terminal 1's international departures area, and now travelers can fill up at the chef-inspired Marathi Indian restaurant, Fetta sandwich shop or Vinifera wine bar before jetting off to Mexico City. Aeromexico and Westjet depart from Terminal 3, which is slightly smaller than Terminal 1. Here, shops and services are mostly the same, but the recommended restaurant options include Smashburger for family-friendly dining and the Heirloom Bakery and Café for sweet treats to carry on board.

When flying from Toronto to Mexico City Juarez International, you will clear Mexican customs and immigration upon arrival. However, if your flight connects through an American airport, you will also have to clear US customs and immigration in Toronto, before boarding the flight. Either way, ensure that you have a valid passport before beginning your journey.

Arriving at Mexico City Juarez International

Mexico City Juarez International is Mexico's largest and busiest airport. Your flight may arrive at either of the airport's two terminals, which are linked by a complimentary Aerotren. Passengers usually require about one hour to pass through immigration, baggage claim and customs. Once you've left the secure area, head to Terminal 1 for the most efficient ground transportation connections. Here, you can find reliable taxis (prepay at the booths inside the airport), rental car services, a metro station, local express buses to the city center and long-distance buses to other cities in Mexico. Pick up some pesos from one of the airport's ATMs (using your chip-enabled debit or credit card) or currency exchange offices before leaving the airport, as your Canadian dollars will not be accepted at Mexican shops, restaurants or hotels.

What to Expect in Mexico City

Mexico City is one hour behind Toronto, so you will gain an hour of sightseeing time on the day you arrive. The city generally experiences warmer temperatures and less rain than Toronto; this means you can leave your parka at home and just pack a lightweight jacket along with your comfortable walking shoes. Both men and women should also consider bringing a small bag to hold their valuables, as carrying your phone or wallet in your pocket may make you a target for local pickpockets. Overall, however, the city is very safe for tourists and offers more than enough Aztec, Spanish Colonial and modern attractions to keep you engaged and excited for your entire stay.

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