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Cheap Flights From Dallas Fort Worth International to Mexico City Juarez International

Flight information Dallas to Mexico City Juarez International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$242

Non-stop airlines

5

Flights per week

64

Average flight time, total distance 938 miles

2h 20min

Most popular airline last month

American Airlines

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3 airports

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Cheap Flights From Dallas To Mexico City

Take a non-stop flight from Dallas Fort Worth International to Mexico City Juarez International Airport on Aeromexico, Interjet, or American Airlines. Interjet flies this route twice a day on weekdays, with one afternoon flight on Saturdays and Sundays. Aeromexico has two daily flights, and American gives you the most choices, with five flights going from Dallas to Mexico City daily. If your dates are flexible, you can use Skyscanner to help you find the cheapest time of year to fly this route. You will also find the best prices on Dallas to Mexico City flights that make one stop, such as United Airlines, which makes a connection in Houston.

Departing From Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW)

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport has five terminals, A-E. If you are taking an American Airlines flight to Mexico City, you will be going to Terminal A, C, or D. AeroMexico and Interjet depart from Terminal D. If you need to get from one terminal to another, Skylink is a courtesy light rail train that connects all five terminals, with trains arriving every two minutes. If departing from Terminal D, you have over 60 restaurants, cafes, retail shops, and fast food eateries to satisfy your need for food, beverages, clothing, and more. There is also a yoga studio and massage therapist on site here. Terminals A and C each offer more than 15 different food, retail shop locations and services.

Arriving At Mexico City Juarez International Airport (MEX)

Mexico's busiest airport, Mexico City Juarez International, has two terminals. Interjet and American Airlines arrive at Terminal 1 and AeroMexico at Terminal 2. After going through Immigration, Customs, and retrieving any baggage, you may need to hire or take transportation to your destination. If you need to get from one terminal to the other, there is an Airtrain you can board for free in Terminal 1, Gate 6 or Terminal 2, Gate 4. There are authorized taxis waiting outside of both terminal entrances. You can purchase a taxi ticket at the modules that are near the arrival gates before heading outside. Other transportation options include buses, public metrobuses, the Metro subway system, hotel shuttles, or car rental services that are located at the international walkway of Terminal 1 and international arrivals area at Terminal 2.

ID Requirements For Travel From Dallas to Mexico City

In order to travel to Mexico City from the US, you will need to show a valid US passport and purchase a five-dollar Tourist Card (included in the price of your plane ticket) in order to stay in Mexico for up to 180 days.

What To Expect in Mexico City

Once you arrive in Mexico City, you will find that the cost of eating out in restaurants is significantly cheaper than Dallas prices. A nice meal for two people in a mid-range restaurant may cost nearly half of what it would back in Texas. Taxi rides are also much less expensive in Mexico City, at 54 cents per miles compared to $2.20 per mile in Dallas. As for the weather, expect Mexico City to feel cooler and more comfortable than the high temperatures experienced in Dallas.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.