Cancun International Airport is located in Cancun in the Quintana Roo region on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Attracting millions of tourists from all over the world each year, Cancun becomes an incredibly popular city in the summer months. Cancun Airport is the second busiest airport of Mexico in terms of its passenger traffic after Mexico City International Airport. Cancun International Airport, which offers transportation service to more than 20 million passengers annually, has 4 different terminals. There are many airlines that have direct flights to Cancun Airport. Some of these companies are Virgin America, Volaris Costa Rica, Wamos Air, WestJet, Wingo, XL Airways France, Vacation Express, United Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines, Sunwing Airlines, MAYAir, Lufthansa, Delta Air Lines, British Airways, Air Europa, Air Canada etc. A few of the eating and drinking places at Cancun International Airport are Burger King, TGI Friday's, Domino’s Pizza, Haggen Daz, Grab'n Go Bar, MERA Restaurante, Berryhill Restaurante. Duty free shops where you can shop are Sunglass Island, T-Shirts, Tabaqueria Cenca, Inter Sew Shop, Tiendas, Pineda Covalin, Aerotiendas.
The airport is located in 17km south of the city center of Cancun, one of the irresistibly beautiful cities in the Caribbean. You can go to the city center from the airport by choosing any of the rental cars, taxis and buses.
The taxis in front of Terminal 2 serve the passengers from 7 am to 11:30 pm, while the taxis in front of Terminal 3 provide nonstop service for the airport passengers all day long.
You can go to the city center by special ADO buses departing every 30-45 minutes from the terminal buildings of Cancun Airport. The ADO buses departing for the first time at 08:20 am departs for the last time at 00:30 in the midnight.
For 24 hours, you can easily rent a car that fits your budget from the National, Europcar, Alamo, Avis, Dollar or Hertz that are located side by side on the ground floor of the airport.Last Updated: December 23, 2016
You can rent a car or take a taxi to get to the airport from Cancun. Those who are looking for a more economical means of transportation can take the bus seven if it is a little bit more tiresome.
If you want to have a comfortable and safe journey in Cancun, you can take a taxi. This delightful airport journey takes only 20 minutes.
If you want to go to the airport by bus, you need to go to the terminal in the city center, which is the first departure point of the buses. The ADO buses providing airport transportation service from 04:30 am to 11 pm departs every 45 minutes maximum.
You can rent a car online from Budget, Enterprise, Alamo, Avis and Hertz, which make procedures even easier with online car rental service, and you can deliver the rental car here once you arrive at the airport.
Cancun Airport, Mexico’s second busiest airport, covers a very large area. The airport has three separate two-storey terminals; Terminal 1 is used for private flights, Terminal 2 is used for regional flights, and Terminal 3 is used for international flights. The terminals provide opportunities for basic needs such as pharmacy, lost property office and health center as well as lifts between the floors and access to ATMs.
Wireless internet is available free of charge at all terminals. It is possible to come across a wide variety of shopping stores at the airport. You can shop at Aldeasa Perfumery in cosmetics section and Convenience Store in books and magazines section, especially at Aldeasa Duty Free store. Los Cinco Soles is at your service if you want to buy local souvenirs. Hotdog All Dressed, Aldeasa Les Boutiques, Cloe and Harley Davidson are also at your service in the clothing section at the airport.
In the foods and drinks area, you can find the brands of various world cuisines as well as you can enjoy eating in the fast-food area. The restaurants include TGI Fridays, Bubba Gump Shrimp, Mera Restaurant and Berry Hill’s Baja Grill, while the fast-food restaurants include Fast food – California Pizza Kitchen, Haggen Dazs, Guacamole Grill and Grab & Go.Last Updated: December 23, 2016