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When people think of great cities filled with history, they tend to gravitate towards European cities like Rome and London. However, Mexico City certainly deserves to be on that list; it is one of the largest cities in the world, and it has a long and fascinating history dating back to 1325. There's something for everyone in this massive city; nature lovers can explore volcanoes and parks while city dwellers can check out beautiful historical buildings and lots of museums. There are fascinating fiestas throughout the year and excellent Mexican cuisine that you simply must try. Get ready to explore the City of the Palaces by booking your cheap flights to Mexico City on Expedia today.
Most flights to Mexico City land at Mexico City Intl. Airport (MEX), also known as Benito Juárez International Airport. It is the busiest airport in Mexico and the second busiest airport in Latin America when ranked by passenger traffic. Airlines with a major presence at MEX include Aeroméxico, Aeroméxico Connect, Aeromar, Interjet, VivaAerobus, Volaris, AeroUnion, MasAir and Magnicharters. Mexico City flights may also land at Licenciado Adolfo López Mateos International Airport (TLC), which is located in the city of Toluca. The majority of the airlines operating out of TLC are low-cost carriers such as Volaris, Aeroméxico Connect, United Express and Interjet.
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Most people are under the impression that Mexico City is a hot place. This is not true; due to its high altitude, Mexico City has a rather mild climate - so mild, in fact, that you may actually need to bring a sweater with you when visiting during the summer. The most popular time of the year to book tickets to Mexico City is during the high season of May to January. Mexico City does not have a low season; due to its pleasant weather, tourists are always flocking to this city. Shoulder season is from February to April. If you're particularly sensitive to bad weather, then consider avoiding November and February; these two months are the chilliest and have the worst air pollution.
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I just found the check in line extremely long, but staff was efficient enough to accelerate the process for passengers whose flights were about to close and it went faster, but we were there on time and the line lasted almost 45 minutes wait.
Just a great airline
Aeromexico has improved from a horrible airline in the70s and 80s to a first class airline. We are highly satisfied
The only thing that I didn't like they leave my mom last to get out of the plane
Everything was on time and very smooth
Yes, the Mexico City airport was quite chaotic. First of all, there was no gate for the Interjet to get to, so we had to wait for the portable steel ladder to be hooked up to the plane. Upon descending these stairs, we had to board a bus to be taken to "some gate," and entered the airport where the baggage carts are stored! It was very chaotic and disorganized trying to get our luggage. The Interjet plane was about 1/1/2 hours late in leaving Chicago, due to an equipment "change," whatever that meant. Anyway, it was a very tiring trip, mainly due to the disorganization at the CDMX airport.
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