Flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to Mexico City (MEX)
Flight information Los Angeles International to Mexico City Juarez International
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average flight time from Los Angeles International to Mexico City Juarez International, total distance 1554 miles
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Mexico City Juarez International
Planning to travel abroad to Mexico City? Be sure to use Skyscanner’s useful travel resources and search tools to locate affordable flights from Los Angeles International (LAX) to Mexico City Juarez International Airport. For international flights, travelers should plan to arrive at Los Angeles International approximately two hours before flight’s scheduled departure time. Travelers will need to present their passport or any other travel documents, so be sure to keep them hand in a carry-on. Travelers can easily reach LAX shuttle bus, public transportation (i.e. the Metro Green Line), taxi, limousine service, and the FlyAway bus service. The airport also features convenience and economy parking options.
Flying from Los Angeles International to Mexico City Juarez International
Travelers should note that Mexico City is two hours ahead of LA time, so be sure to set your watches ahead during your flight. A direct flight from Los Angeles to Mexico City is somewhere in the neighborhood of four hours. While waiting for a flight from LAX, travelers can relax in one of the airport lounges, visit a money exchange, or dine at one of the on-site eateries. Travelers concerned about inclement weather, which is uncommon for both airports, should call the airline or airport to find out about any travel delays.
Landing at Mexico City Juarez International Airport
Mexico City Juarez International Airport is Latin America’s busiest airport. The airport is both efficient and modern. Even non-Spanish speaking travelers should have little problem navigating the airport, and many of the airport’s agents speak English. After departing from a flight and proceeding through customs, travelers can secure a car rental if they choose from one of the on-site agencies. Anyone planning to rent a vehicle for their Mexico City stay should use Skyscanner’s car rental search tool to locate a conveniently located rental agency. Similarly, travelers can visit Skyscanner to find a Mexico City Hotel. For those who prefer not to drive while in Mexico City, the subway, Metro bus, shuttles, or taxi are also convenient modes of transportation.
Mexico City Travel Tips
Loaded with historic and cultural attractions, Mexico City is a popular tourist destination. As the capital city of Mexico, it features a myriad of things to see and do. Getting to most attractions is fairly easy with the city’s subway, which is certainly a more affordable option than taking taxis; however, taxi rides are much less costly than one finds in major US cities. No matter where individuals travel, it’s important to bring along bottled water. Even residents tend to avoid drinking unfiltered water when they’re out and about.
When designing a Mexico City travel itinerary, visitors should plan to include some of the city’s most illustrious sites and attractions. Be sure to set aside some time to visit the Chapultepec Park, the Pyramid of the Sun, the famed Zocalo (historic city square), the world-renowned Museum of Anthropology, the National Palace, and the Palace of Fine Arts—the nation’s cultural heart. Dining in Mexico City is a real treat, and while travelers can find world cuisine’s represented in many parts of this sprawling city, for an authentic Mexican meal, head to Dulce Patria or Restaurante Nicos.
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