Monterrey Mariano Escobedo International Airport

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Introduction to Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

The Monterrey Mariano Escobedo Airport codes are: IATA Code: MTY // ICAO Code: MMMY

The main International Airport of Monterrey was named officially as the General Mariano Escobedo International Airport after the famous Mexican General; it serves the city of Monterrey, the capital of Nuevo Leon state, and is located 30 Kms. to the northeast of the capital, in Apodaca. This airport is classed as Metropolitan and is the number one airport -in terms of passenger numbers- of the airport network operated by Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte, S.A. de C.V. (OMA).

Gen. Mariano Escobedo defeated the French and captured Emperor Maximilion I, in Queretaro

Mariano Escobedo Airport lies at an elevation of 389 meters above sea level and covers an area of 820.1 hectares. There are three passenger Terminals at this airport, denominated T-A, T-B and T-C, plus two runways which -together- can carry out 38 operations per hour. Visits to this airport are usually business oriented given that Monterrey, also known as the Pearl of the North, is the largest commercial and industrial center in the North of the Republic.

Mariano Escobedo Airport is a hub for 3 airlines: Aeroméxico Connect, Magnicharters & VivaAerobus

Regarding the three terminals at the Mariano Escobedo Airport, Terminal A is the main one, and this serves both national and international traffic. The security checkpoint is located at the end of the tunnel which connects the main building to the satelite building, which hosts the boarding gates; for domestic flights go to Sala A (Gates A1 to A15) and for the international flights Sala B offers Gates B3 to B8. In all, Terminal A offers 9 contact positions and 12 remote positions.

This international airport is also a secondary hub for the national flagship carrier: Aeroméxico

Terminal B handles all the flights pertaining to the SkyTeam members, including Aeoméxico and Aeromécio Connect, through 6 contact positions and 9 remote positions and offers 8 boarding gates. For its part, Terminal C handles the domestic flights of just one airline -the low-cost carrier VivaAerobus- by way of 8 remote positions. Beware, whenever VivaAerobus offers international flights from Mariano Escobedo, they depart from Terminal A.

On May 22, 2016., the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel was officially inaugurated at Monterrey MTY Airport

Possibly of special interest to the members of the business community planning to visit Monterrey, the Monterrey Mariano Escobedo International Airport officially inaugurated the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel -located between terminals A & B- on May 22, 2016. This hotel was the result of an alliance between the airport’s operator: Grupo OMA (85%), and Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe (HOTEL – 15 %), under the name of Consorcio Hotelero Monterrey Airport. The investment for the construction of the Hotel was MXN 180 mn.

As for the passenger numbers at Monterrey Mariano Escobedo Airport, in 2017, as usual, this was the top airport of the 13 Mexican airports operated by Grupo OMA, having registered almost 10 million passengers for the year, the precise number being 9,771,630 (see below for further details).

Investment Plans for Monterrey Airport

There is no surprise in the fact that Monterrey’s Mariano Escobedo International Airport will benefit from the largest investment in Grupo OMA’s Master Development Program for 2016-2020, with a total of MXN 1,264.9 mn. (US$ 73.32* mn.) being earmarked for its top airport.

Between 2016 & 2020, Monterrey (MTY) will receive a total investment of around US$ 73.32* mn.

In 2016, the terminal received MXN 343.5 mn., the first of three consecutive years of high investment. For 2017, the sum was MXN 324.5 mn., whilst for 2018, the year will close with a total investment of MXN 335.4 mn. at MTY. The final two years of the five year plan -2019 & 2020- will see investments of MXN 176.1 mn. and MXP 85.3 mn., respectively.

*The above figures were published on Dec. 31st, 2015. We used the currency convertor to provide you with an estimate of the US-Dollar equivalent of the total investments planned at this airport


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Airport Hotels serving Monterrey (MTY) Airport

Given the amount of business that goes on in Monterrey, the Monterrey Mariano Escobedo Airport has the largest offering of ‘Airport Hotels‘ in the Republic … just click on the following text link to check out our introduction to no less than 10 hotels serving this Airport, as well as links to our online reservations for each one: Airport Hotels Monterrey (MTY).

If you prefer to stay in Monterrey itself, check out our online Hotel reservations.

… We hope you enjoy your stay!

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Airlines and Routes – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

Direct Domestic flights to / from Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey


(January 8, 2020)

Monterrey (MTY) currently offers a total of 46 direct routes, of which 32 are domestic and 14 international, by way of 12 airlines. On the home front, there are 8 Mexican airlines operating at MTY. For international gateways, see below.

The Mexican players serving Monterrey (MTY) with domestic routes include the Cabo San Lucas (SCL)-based regional carrier Calafia Airlines (3) and its regional competitor: the Querétaro-based regional airline TAR Aerolíneas (5); Mexico’s best known charter company Magnicharters (3 + 4 x seasonal/upcoming) is also present, plus the the LCC Interjet (4), and the two Mexican ULCCs VivaAerobus (31) and Volaris (11 + 1 seasonal), as well as the Grupo Aeroméxico affiliate: Aeroméxico Connect (11).

Throughout 2019., VivaAerobus added the connection (MTY-LMM) Los Mochis -as of April 2, 2019- beginning with two weekly frequencies; it also added its seasonal service (MTY-ZIH) Zihuatanejo, to cover the Holy Week holidays and reintroduced this route -as of Dec. 14, 2019- and -as of Nov. 1, 2019- VivaAerobus launched two new routes: (MTY-SLP) San Luís Potosí and (MTY-LAP) La Paz, both with two weekly frequencies on Mon. and Fri., finally -on Dec. 14- this ULCC launched (MTY-ZIH) Zihuatanejo services

TAR Aerolíneas added two new routes at MTY -on Nov. 4, 2019- uniting the ‘Pearl of the North’ with Aguascalientes (AGU) offering three weekly frequencies -on Mon., Wed. and Fri.- and with Veracruz (VER) on the same day

Volaris added two new routes out of MTY, connecting (MTY-SJD) Los Cabos and (MTY-OAX) Oaxaca -as of Oct. 27, 2019- and -on Dec. 7, 2019- this ULCC added a seasonal option (MTY-MZT) Mazatlán offering four weekly frequencies: Mon., Thurs., Fri. and Saturdays

Aeroméxico – Aeroméxico Connect
Cancun (CUN) – Chihuahua (CUU) – Guadalajara (GDL) – Hermosillo (HMO) – Leon Del Bajio (BJX) – Mexico City (MEX) – Puebla (PBC) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR) – Queretaro (QRO) – San Luis Potosi (SLP) – Tijuana* (TIJ – as of Dec. 18, 2019)
Culiacan (CUL) – La Paz (LAP) – Los Mochis (LMM)
Cancun (CUN) – Mexico City (MEX) – Toluca (TLC)
Cancun (CUN) – Cozumel* (CZM – as of Apr. 2020) – Huatulco* (HUX – as of Apr. 2020) – Los Cabos* (SJD) – Mazatlan (MZT) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR) – Zihuatanejo* (ZIH – as of Apr. 2020)
Aguascalientes (AGU) – Durango (DUR) – Querétaro (QRO) – Tampico (TAM) – Veracruz (VER)
Acapulco (ACA) – Cancun (CUN) – Chihuahua (CUU) – Ciudad Juarez (CJS) – Ciudad Obregon (CEN) – Culiacan (CUL) – Durango (DUR) – Guadalajara (GDL) – Hermosillo (HMO) – Huatulco (HUX) – La Paz (LAP) – Leon Del Bajio (BJX) – Los Cabos (SJD) – Los Mochis (LMM) – Mazatlán (MZT) – Merida (MID) – Mexicali (MXL) – Mexico City (MEX) – Morelia (MLM) – Oaxaca City (OAX) – Puebla (PBC) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR) – Queretaro (QRO) – San Luis Potosí (SLP) – Tampico (TAM) – Tijuana (TIJ) – Toluca (TLC) – Tuxtla Gutiérrez (TGZ) – Veracruz (VER) – Villahermosa (VSA) – Zihuatanejo (ZIH)
Cancun (CUN) – Guadalajara (GDL) – Los Cabos (SJD) – Mazatlán* (MZT – seasonal – as of Dec. 7, 2019) – Merida (MID) – Mexicali (MXL) – Mexico City (MEX) – Oaxaca (OAX) – Puebla (PBC) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR) – Tijuana (TIJ)


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Direct International flights to / from Monterrey Mariano Escobedo Airport


(January 8, 2020)

The international options out of Monterrey are currently provided by 7 airlines: 3 Mexican and 4 international carriers -as a group- providing MTY with 13 cross-border destinations. The Mexican airlines offering direct international services from MTY are Grupo Aeroméxico’s affiliate: Aeroméxico Connect (4 + 2 x seasonal), the Mexican LCC Interjet (4), and the ULCC VivaAerobus (2 + 2 upcoming – 1 x seasonal).

The international airlines with gateways to MTY are the three US carriers: American Airlines (2),  Delta Air Lines (2) and United Airlines (2), along with the Panamanian flagship carrier: Copa Airlines (1).

The international destinations served from Monterrey Mariano Escobedo increased to 14 in Oct. 2019; all but two of the routes unite MTY with the USA, the other options are to the Cuban capital: Havana, whilst the only Central American option is to Panama City, the capital of Panama.

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Interjet currently serves five international destinations out of MTY with this LCC having added (MTY-SAT) San Antonio -in the USA- as of Oct. 27, 2019, and -as of Jan. 4, 2020, Interjet launched (MTY-LAX) Los Angeles services, with flights on Mon., Wed., Fri. and Sunday

On July 7, 2018., the Mexican charter airline Magnicharters launched two seasonal international options from MTY, connecting (MTY-PUJ) Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) and (MTY-VRA) Varadero (Cuba); for 2019, this charter airline offered flights from MTY to VRA, as of April 6 until -ugust 19, 2019

VivaAerobus offered seasonal services between MTY and Los Angeles (LAX) over the Christmas period 2018/19, beginning -on Dec. 13- until -Jan. 2, 2019- then -in April- at the Tianguis Turístico, VivaAerobus announced that the route became regular as -of June 2- with 3 weekly frequencies, and the same day launched its (MTY-LAS) Las Vegas route; this ULCC’s next international services united (MTY-ORD) Chicago, as of Dec. 14, 2019

Denver* (DEN) – Detroit (DTW) – Las Vegas (LAS) – Los Angeles (LAX) – New York (JFK) – Orlando* (MCO)
American Airlines – American Eagle
T-A Dallas (DFW) – Miami (MIA)
Panama City (PTY)
T-B Atlanta (ATL) – Detroit (DTW)
Havana (HAV) – Houston (IAH) – Las Vegas (LAS) – Los Angeles (LAX) – San Antonio (SAT)
United Airlines / United Express
Chicago (ORD) – Houston (IAH)
Chicago (ORD – as of Dec. 14, 2019) – Houston (HOU) – Las Vegas (LAS) – Los Angeles (LAX – seasonal – Dec. 13, 2018 until Jan. 2, 2019)


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Interterminal Transport – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

Possessing three Terminals, the Monterrey (MTY) Airport offers free shuttle services between the Terminals with pick-up and drop-off services directly outside each of the terminals; these services are free of charge and profess to having a maximum waiting time of just 10 minutes, from 05:00 to 24:00 hrs., daily.

There are also pick-up points at each of the three Parking facilities, in this case on a 24-hour basis.

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Parking – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

The GPS coordinates for the Monterrey Mariano Escobedo are: Lat. 25° 46′ 42″ N // 100° 06′ 23″ W

There are lots of choices at Monterrey (MTY) Airport regarding parking, given that there are three Terminals, each offering short and long-stay options; Terminal B also offers Premium Parking, see below for details.

To pay your parking fees you can choose between the pre-payment machines which accept cash (inside the Terminal buildings) or pay at the exit booths of the parking lots, where you can use the following credit cards: American Express, Mastercard or Visa.

All the following prices are in Mexican Pesos and include 15% VAT

Terminal A

Short-stay option:
First hour (or fraction): MXN 34
from then on: MXN 16 for each 30-minute period
Maximum daily cost – first day: MXN 360
From the second day: MXN 250
Lost ticket: MXN 360

Long-stay option:
(behind the short-stay lot)
Each three-hour period (or fraction): MXN 68
Maximum daily cost: A1-A2-A3: MXN 160 / A4: MXP 140
Lost ticket: MXN 350

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Terminal B

Short-stay option:
First hour (or fraction): MXN 34
from then on: MXN 17 for each 30-minute period
Maximum daily cost: MXN 360
Lost ticket: MXN 360

Long-stay option:
(behind the short-stay lot)
Each three-hour period (or fraction): MXN 68
Maximum daily cost: MXN 175
Lost ticket: MXN 175

Premium Parking (Valet Parking Service):
First hour (or fraction): MXN 38
each 30-minute period thereafter: MXN 18
Maximum daily cost: MXN 360
Lost ticket: MXN 360

Terminal C

Short-stay option:
First hour (or fraction): MXN 34
from then on: MXN 17 for each 30-minute period
Maximum first-day cost: MXN 360
Each additional day thereafter: MXN 250
Lost ticket: MXN 360

Long-stay option:
(behind the short-stay lot)
Hour or fraction (first three hours): MXN 34
from then on: MXN 17 for each 30-minute period
Maximum daily cost: MXN 150
Lost ticket: MXN 150

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Car Hire – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

There are no less than 9 car-rental agencies at Monterrey Airport, the list is as follows: Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Europcar, Firefly, Fox R, Greenmotion, Hertz, National, Payless, Sixt and Thrifty. All these companies accept Visa, Mastercard and Amex credit cards, whilst Hertz will also accept Discover and Diners Club cards, along with the in-house Hertz credit card; Europcar, Hertz, National Car Rental and Payless Car Rental also accept cash!

If renting a car on arrival, check out the forms of payment above so as to save time

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Taxis and Transfers – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

The ‘official taxi’ offering at the Monterrey (MTY) Airport is abundant, here is the list of companies: Casco, Golden, Suburban, Totsa, TPA and Transporte Ejecutivo. All these companies offer 24-hour services and accept either cash or credit card payments.

The airport’s Collective transport services are available ONLY FROM TERMINAL A, offer three routes to: (Central) Pabellón M, (San Pedro) Hotel Camino Real and (South) ITESM, the Monterrey TEC. All three routes cost MXN 200 p.p., you are invited to use the interterminal transport -free of charge- if landing at T-B or T-C.

Collective Transport Timetable:

Mornings at 20 past the hour from 08:00 to 12:00 hours.

Afternoons at half past the hour from 17:00 to 20:00 hours.

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Coach services – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

There are two options regarding bus services at the Monterrey Mariano Escobedo Airport, one offers services to the central bus station in the city of Monterrey, others offer services to other cities. The bus services between the Airport and the city of Monterrey are with Skybus Express, and offer ample space for luggage, bathroom services and Internet.

Skybus departures from the airport take passengers to the Valle Oriente bus station and run from 06:00 to 23:00 hours (local time). From the city to the Airport, the departures are from the Valle Oriente bus station (on Avenida Lázaro Cardenas) and run from 04:30 to 21:30 hours (local time).

If you fancy this option, its best to reserve beforehand: T.: +52 (81) 8044-4444 // +52 (81) 8044-4400

The other options are long-distance bus services which connect the Monterrey (MTY) Airport to Monclova and Saltillo (Coahuila), and to Nuevo Laredo, Reynosa and Matamoros (Tamaulipas). For those wishing to continue their journeys to the USA, there are also services to Laredo and Mc Allen (Texas). These services are provided by the following companies: Autobuses Coahuilenses, Autobuses del Noreste and Transportes del Norte.

Bus tickets are available at the kiosks in T-A (domestic arrivals) and T-C (by the Airport Info counter)

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Left Luggage – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

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Lost and Found – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

For passengers who mislay their luggage -or other valuables- Monterrey Mariano Escobedo Airport provides a Lost & Found Office between terminals T-A and T-B. The office is open to the public from 09:00 to 18:00 hours, Monday to Saturday. See ‘Contact Info’ below for telephone number.

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VIP Lounges – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

The Monterrey (MTY) Airport offers visitors three VIP Lounges in T-A: The OMA Premium Lounge (opposite Gate 12 on the Ground Floor); plus Aeroméxico’s Salón Premier and the Salón American Express Centurion, both of which are located in the last-minute waiting lounge on the Ground Floor; all three options are open to between 05:00 and 22:00 hours, daily.

For its part, T-B offers the following VIP Lounges: the American Express Centurion and another Salón Premier for the passengers flying on Aeroméxico or other members of the SkyTeam Alliance.


Money – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

At Monterrey (MTY) Airport there is a good representation of Mexico’s banking sector in attendance, here is the list: Afirme (T-A and T-B), Banamex (T-A, T-B and T-C), BBVA Bancomer (T-A, T-B and T-C), Banco del Bajío (T-B and T-C), Banorte (T-A and T-B), HSBC (T-A, T-B and T-C), Ready Card (T-A, T-B and T-C) and Santander (T-A, T-B and T-C).

As far as currency exchange is concerned, Divisa San Jorge offers these services in T-A and T-B, from 08:00 to 22:00 hrs.

In T-A, these services are offered to both the left and right of the main entrance, as well as near Gate 8 on the First Floor.

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Health – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

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Shopping / Food – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

As in any of the large international airports, the shopping and food options MTY are varied and plentiful.

Duty-free services at Monterrey Mariano Escobedo Airport are provided by the company Dufry Duty Free

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Passenger Numbers – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

Without doubt, the star of the 13-airport network operated by Grupo OMA is Monterrey’s Mariano Escobedo International Airport -in terms of passenger numbers- and has long been the fourth most important in the Republic in that regard. The Airport has had consistent positive results in recent years. However, after registering 5 positive years, in 2007 when this Airport handled over 6 million passengers (6.559.613) for the first time, the aforementioned achievement was cancelled 2 years later in 2009 when the Monterrey MTY Airport passenger numbers took a heavy fall, registering a total of slightly less than 5.2 million passengers for the year.

Monterrey’s Mariano Escobedo International Airport is the most important in the North of Mexico

Though the initial results were a little slow regarding growth, every year since 2009 has shown positive results, with the Airport almost reaching 10 million passengers in 2017. In 2010, MTY registered 5,380,412 passengers, followed by 5,582,794 in 2011. According to the official company figures, in 2012 the airport handled 6,105,910 passengers, finally breaking the 6 million barrier again as it had previously done in 2007.

Monterrey (MTY) Airport registered over 6 million passengers for the first time in 2007

For 2013, the figure increased to 6,417,755 meaning that it wasn’t until 2014 when the airport was able to surpass the 7-million barrier, with 7,128,531 passengers passing through the installations and, in so doing, finally surpassing the Airport’s previous peak year in 2008 (6,559,613). The breakdown between domestic and international passengers in 2014 was 6,093,015 and 1,035,516 respectively. The aforementioned international result was only the second time the Airport has registered over a million international travellers, the previous time was back in 2005, when the figure was 1,012,657.

With an annual increase of 11.08%, Monterrey’s Mariano Escobedo airport registered over 7 million passengers in 2014

Once again MTY outshone all the other terminals operated by Grupo OMA in 2015, having handled 8,461,917 passengers throughout the year. This shows that, compared with 2014, the terminal handled an additional 1,333,386 passengers for the year, thus registering a year-on-year increase of 18.7%, and heading the group of just three airports operated by OMA to register over a million passengers annually. The 2015 result almost reversed the loss of 1.4 million passengers registered in 2009, also in just a single year. The above figures also showed that MTY was in second position among OMA’s airport network regarding annual percentage growth at 18.7%, behind only Durango (23.4%). The domestic market here in 2015 registered a total of 7,144,856 passengers, up 17.3% on 2014; for its part, the international market provided the terminal with 1,317,061 passengers to give an impressive 27.2% increase over the previous year.

By handling an additional 1.3 mn passengers in 2015, Monterrey (MTY) reported a global annual increase of 18.7%

Monterrey upped its global passenger number by over 700 thousand in 2016, to register a headcount of 9,178,533 for the year. This result was split into 7,917,628 domestic passengers and 1,260,905 international passengers, showing that the positive numbers were contributed by the domestic niche, with the international sector registering a decrease of just over 56,000. Despite the negative international result, this airport still managed to register a respectable 8.47% annual global increase for the year, meaning that MTY increased its passenger count by 2 million in just two years.

In 2016, Monterrey (MTY) registered an annual increase of over 700,000 passengers having handled a total of 9,178,533 visitors throughout the year

In 2017, Monterrey (MTY) Airport registered its 8th consecutive year of passenger growth and moved ever closer to the 10-million-passenger milestone; it closed the year with a total of 9,771,630 passengers, up from 9.17 mn the previous year. In the domestic niche the airport handled 8,501,756  passengers, an increase of over half a million compared with 2016; the international headcount here was 1,269,874 passengers, thus showing a slight increase of just under 10,000 and returning to a positive trend.

Monterry (MTY) increased its passenger numbers by over half a million in 2017

According to an official press release from Grupo OMA, Monterrey’s International Airport added over a million passengers to the previous year’s total and thus surpassed the 10-million-passenger mark in 2018, registering a global passenger headcount of 10,733,186 to give an annual growth rate of 9.8%. The aforementioned global figure was divided between the domestic niche, which provided 9,401,392 passengers -up 10.6% over 2017- whilst the international sector contributed with the remaining 1,331,794 passengers, up 4.9% year-on-year.

In 2018, Monterrey (MTY) surpassed the 10-million-passenger mark for the first time having registered a total of 10,733,186 passengers for the period

In 2019 -although the percentage growth at Monterrey (MTY) was relatively low compared to recent years- the global passenger number for the period surpassed the 11-million passenger mark for the first time -with an annual increase of 4.1%- meaning the total passenger count for the year was 11,176,555. The domestic market at MTY registered 9,756,566 passengers -up 3.8%- whilst the international sector contributed with 1,419,989 to post a year-on-year increase of 6.6%.

Monterrey (MTY) continued its positive passenger trend in 2019 to break another passenger number threshold for the year, this time breaking the 11-million-passenger barrier for the first time, having handled 11,176,555 passengers

According to the official press release from Grupo OMA regarding the Group’s passenger numbers for 2019, of the 46 new routes added to the company’s 13-airport network last year, 15 of them were new options for the passengers flying into/out of Monterrey (MTY), thus making it the top airport of the Group regarding new routes last year.

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General Statistics – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

Lat.: 25° 46′ 42″ N // Long.: 100° 06′ 23″ W (These coordinates are not for air navigation).
30 Kilometers
820.1 hectares
389 meters
3,000 x 45 meters
1,800 x 30 meters
29,783 m2
19,187 m2
9,878 m2

*Passengers per hour


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Contact Information for Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

Telephone Numbers – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

From within the city, use only the number below.
From outside the city but within Mexico, dial +01-(81), then the number below.
From outside Mexico, dial +52-(81), then the number below.

Airport information
Tourism information
Lost & Found 8288 7700, Ext’s: 1565 & 1575
Currency exchange XXXXXXXXXX
Immigration XXXXXXXXXX
Airport security XXXXXXXXXX
Tourist Police XXXXXXXXXX
Civil Aviation Authority
SAGARPA/SENESICA Ministry for Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fishing and Alimentation XXXXXXXXXX
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Address – Mariano Escobedo Airport Monterrey

Km. 24 Carretera Miguel Aleman, Ciudad Apodaca, C.P. 66600, Nuevo Leon

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