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Useful things to know about Villahermosa Airport
- The airport’s named after Carlos Rovirosa Perez, a Mexican aviator who died aged 29 in Costa Rica
- Nearly a million passengers used Villahermosa Airport last year
- The airport has only one international route, operated by two carriers to Houston in Texas
- Villahermosa Airport is currently the closest airport to the Mayan ruins at Palenque, still a two hour drive away
A Quick Guide to Villahermosa
Who Flies to Villahermosa Airport?
The city is capital of Mexico’s Tabasco region and now a key part of Mexico’s oil industry. During the oil exploration many archaeological finds relating to the Olmec culture were discovered whilst visiting amateur archaeologists also head out to Campeche and Palenque to visit the well preserved ruins there. Those who want a two centre holiday are also drawn to Villahermosa for Guatemala is only an hour’s drive away.
How Easy is it to get to Villahermosa Airport?
It depends on where you’re hoping to travel from for in general, Villahermosa Airport is only served by domestic routes although there is a single international flight from Houston
. Understandably, most travellers choose to connect through Houston although it’s often just as easy to connect through some of the Mexican hubs.
What is the Airport Like?
Villahermosa Airport is very big serving nearly a million passengers each year. The terminal is beginning to look a little tired and the facilities aren’t really good enough for a major airport but for the length of time you will be there, they are sufficient. You’ll find airport information in the arrivals hall and they can direct you to most of the facilities in the terminal. There’s a currency exchange facility together with ATMs if you need cash when you arrive and you can post last minute cards in the airport’s post box. There is a duty free shop catering for the passengers to Houston as well as selling gifts, confectionery and books and magazines. If you want to eat at the airport you have a standard café serving drinks and hot and cold snacks as well as a Mexican restaurant serving adequate standards of hot meals from the menu.