Cheapest car hire in Cozumel Airport
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Useful things to know about Cozumel Airport
- It’s a joint civil and military airport so look out for Mexican air force jets whilst you’re there
- The airport was expanded and remodelled in 2003 to cope with demand
- Cozumel Airport serves nearly 500,000 passengers each year
- The airport has flights to and from North America only
- It’s located in the north western part of the island, around 25 minutes from San Miguel, the capital
Cozumel Mini Guide
What Kind of Person Flies to Cozumel Airport?
Generally, it’s couples who want plenty to do but who don’t like the brashness of Puerto Vallarta
. Whilst the resorts have lots of facilities and are mainly five star, Cozumel has a softer image, one more conducive to relaxation. That said, it’s also the place to go if you love scuba diving or want to escape to wild, untouched beaches.
How Easy is it to get to Cozumel Airport?
There are plenty of direct flights from the US
to Cozumel but none outside of North America. Travellers from Europe do have a lot of options for airports they can connect through with Atlanta being the preferred option for cost and convenience.
What is the Airport Like?
The airport is of a medium size and helps nearly half a million travellers each year to soak up the sun on Cozumel’s beaches. It’s modern, having been completely remodelled nine years ago and has six boarding gates for passengers, none of which have air bridges. You’ll find a modest set of facilities at the airport, enough to cope with your needs whilst you wait. There’s a single duty free shop with the requisite types of products as well as small local souvenirs of the island including bits of coral. There’s a café bar serving hot and cold basic meals together with hot and cold drinks. There’s no Wi-Fi at the airport or banking and currency facilities. If you’re stuck for cash then the solitary ATM will have to do.