OK – I got here. Now how do I get to where I’m going? The airport taxis are known as the safest in the city. Some hotels also offer car service, though IME it really is not necessary. The “sitios” (groups of registered taxis pronounced like the initials CTO in English) for airport taxis are Porto Taxi, Nueva Imagen , Sitio 300 and Yellow Cab. They all have stands in the arrivals hall so you can pre-pay your fare based on the distance to the Zone your destination is located in. If you’re traveling with several friends (or luggage), it’s well worth springing for an SUV. After you pay, the taxi company representative will give you a ticket; upon exit head to the row of cabs from the company you selected and take the next one in line. You can also use airport taxis to get back to the airport (metered service on the way back) so get the number from your driver upon arrival (they often have coupons on their business cards). Call ahead for a reservation and to ensure on-time pick-up (the city is quite big!). [O/T but important: while in Mexico, take only “sitio” taxis – either airport “sitios” or others around the city (any hotel, business, restaurant, establishment can call one for you). NEVER, and I repeat, NEVER hail a cab off the street. While you might hail a legitimate “sitio taxi” on its way back to it’s HQ, you very may well hail an unregistered taxi … this is where the horror stories happen. And, locals can’t identify a “sitio” taxi by sight alone so don’t you try ] Oh, no! My connecting flight departs in the other terminal. How do I get there? * There’s two options for transportation between terminals: train and bus. - Train: you can catch the train by going up the escalator near Gate “D” in T1 and in Gate “M” near domestic arrivals in T2. The train takes 5 minutes to go between terminals and runs between 5am and 11pm. - Bus: you can catch the bus by Door 6 of T1 and by Door 4 of T2 (exit and turn right from any door and go to the end). They encourage folks with more than carry-ons to use the bus. The terminals are not connected and walking between them is not a good idea. If these two options fail, take a taxi But...my flight doesn't depart until tomorrow. Don't despair. Each terminal has a hotel you can stay in. T2 is Wait!…how do I know what terminal my flight operates from Which terminal will I arrive in Aeromar...(T2) Aeromexico...(T2) Aeromexico Connect...(T2) Air Canada ...(T1) Air France ...(T1) Aladia ...(T1) American Airlines...(T1) Avianca...(T1) British Airways ...(T1) Click Mexicana ...(T1) Continental Airlines...(T2) Copa Airlines...(T2) Cubana ...(T1) Delta Airlines...(T2) Global Air ...(T1) Iberia ...(T1) KLM ...(T1) Lan...(T2) Luftansa ...(T1) Magnicharter ...(T1) Mexicana ...(T1) Nova Air ...(T1) Ocean Air ...(T1) Taca (Aviateca LACSA)...(T1) United Airlines...(T1) US Airways...(T1) Vivaaerobus ...(T1) Volaris...(T1) I have more questions – is there someone I can call? T1 phone number: +(52-55)2482-2424 or +(52-55)2482-2400 T2 phone number: +(52-55)2598-7000 Note – 52 is country code; 55 is Mexico City code; phone numbers are 8 digits long.