Cheap Flights from Las Vegas McCarran to Mexico City Juarez International
Flight information Las Vegas Mccarran to Mexico City Juarez International
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Mexico City Juarez International
Flying from Vegas to Mexico City takes you from a town where the "strip" is the main attraction covering a few city blocks to a bustling metropolitan city that is crowded and raucous. As you plan your trip, you will need some information to make the choice of flights and understand what to expect at your destination.
Your Flight Information
You can fly American, AeroMexico, Interjet, Avianca, Copa, Delta, Lufthansa and Iberia airlines to Mexico City. Many non-stop flights are available, though Lufthansa and Iberia offer one-stop flights. Utilize Skyscanner's flight booking tool to find the cheapest flight. Also try the cheapest month tool to see the cheapest months and days to book your air travel. These two tools used together can save you money. Arrive two hours before your departure time to make sure you get through security, and give yourself extra time on the Mexico City end of this route to navigate the airport.
The Departure Airport You Will Use
McCarran is at 5757 Wayne Newton Boulevard. It is two miles from the Las Vegas Strip, but it is 15 miles from downtown Las Vegas. You can reach it from I-215, Tropicana Avenue, or Russell Road. There are 110 gates at McCarran, so you will need to know where you are going. American and Delta fly out of Terminal 1. The other airlines listed above fly out of Terminal 3.
You can also take a shuttle from several communities that lie outside of Las Vegas. Check the community transportation authority to find your shuttle. You can also use a shuttle between the two terminals at the airport. You will find economy parking for $10 per day. The parking garage will cost you $16 per day.
Your Destination Airport
You will be flying into a very busy international airport. It has two terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 2 is the newest and has the most up-to-date security. Buses run between the two. You will find shops and duty-free stores, restaurants, cafés, bars, medical care, currency exchange services, ATMs and banks. Note that you must use pesos for most purchases in Mexico City. VIP lounges are offered by American Express, Centurion Club, Televisa, MasterCard, Lufthansa and HSBC.
You can rent a taxi 365 days a year, 24 hours per day. Be sure you are using an approved taxi. Avoid unmarked taxi cars. Many hotels offer free shuttles to and from the airport. You can also rent a car in the airport, however, you should reserve your car in advance using Skyscanner's car rental tool.
All travelers must have a passport, passport card, or documentation that is approved by the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI).
Time Zone in Mexico City
Mexico City is two hours ahead of Las Vegas time.
What to Expect in Mexico City
You may have heard that you shouldn't drink the water in Mexico. In general, prices in Mexico City are 80% cheaper than Las Vegas prices. You can buy a breakfast for $2.00 to $4.00 and a lunch for $2.00 to $5.00, and a dinner for $4.00 to $9.00. These prices are for establishments that cater to locals. If you want an English-speaking restaurant, you will be eating in a hotel restaurant that will be much more expensive. You will find food stalls everywhere, and these feature authentic Mexican food you can buy right on the street.
Mexico has a subway system. The path to the subway is marked with signs from the airport. A taxi from the airport to the center of the city costs $5.00 to $17.00 depending on traffic. Hotels can cost $100 or less per night, though prices are about $300 per night for more exclusive hotels. Book your room in advance using Skyscanner's free hotel booking tool.
You will find Mexico City to have cooler temperatures than Las Vegas. Enjoy walking, but expect crowded pathways because food stalls are everywhere and this city of 21 million people is very much a walking city. You will encounter crowds at the food stalls that block your pathway.
The city is relatively safe. Police officers are on every corner downtown, and they are at every subway station.
Visit the Bosque de Chapultepec, the largest park in the Western Hemisphere. You can rent bikes in the park and spend an entire day exploring the bike paths.
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