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Useful things to know about Ciudad Juarez Airport
- The airport is named after Abraham Gonzalez, the governor of Chihuahua State at the turn of the 20th century
- Ciudad Juarez International Airport is located on the border with the USA directly opposite El Paso
- It’s around a twenty minute journey into the city centre
- Each year, the airport handles nearly 700,000 passengers
- Only domestic passenger flights are hosted whilst international cargo gives the airport the international tag
Ciudad Juarez Mini Guide
Who Travels to Ciudad Juarez?
If you want the beautiful beaches and sanitised Mexico then Ciudad Juarez isn’t for you. However it’s a good place to see the culture of northern Mexico as it absorbs the ‘cowboy culture’, so well-known of Texas
across the border. Be prepared for a mass of humanity as the city is home to over a million inhabitants and also stay aware that this is gang country with the trade in cross border drugs a way of life with the violence that accompanies it.
How Easy is it to get to Ciudad Juarez Airport?
If you’re going to fly internally then it’s not a bad journey however you won’t find flights from the holiday resorts going to Ciudad Juarez. Instead, if travelling from outside Mexico, you’ll need to connect at Mexico City
or Monterrey, quite likely after another connection within the mainland US. It’s often easier to fly into El Paso Airport
and simply cross the border although if you’re staying in Ciudad Juarez for any length of time this may not be so easy.
What is the Airport Like?
The airport is big, modern and with plenty of facilities. There are four places to eat including two outlets of the Scala restaurant chain, a café and a confectioner called Carnes. There’s a bookshop and newsagent at the airport as well as a general store selling travel essentials, snacks and drinks. If you need cash, there’s an exchange bureau as well as an ATM and if you want advice on local accommodation or sights, try the tourist agency in the arrivals hall.