Book flights to Mexico City
Explore the sights and sounds of Mexico with our great flight deals from British Airways.
Flights to Mexico City
from: €774 returnfrom: Frankfurt, Sep 2014Book
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Fly direct from the UK to Mexico City and discover the largest city in Latin America. British Airways’ frequent, regular flights to Mexico City from London give you greater flexibility in making travel plans.
Sprawling and polluted it may be, but Mexico City’s blending of Aztec temples and colonial baroque churches with old café-filled neighbourhoods and markets selling everything from antiques to voodoo paraphernalia make it one of North America’s most colourful cities. With excellent attractions such as the Frida Kahlo Museum and some of Latin America’s grandest plazas, Mexico City is a city break destination in its own right as well as a starting point for exploring Mexico’s regions further.
Flights from London Heathrow to Mexico City airport take just over 11 hours. British Airways’ choice of frequent, regular flights to Mexico City means you have plenty of options for timing your visit to this gateway to Mexico.
British Airways flies from London Heathrow (LHR) to Mexico City airport (MEX). Fly to Mexico City with British Airways and you will also benefit from award-winning service and a generous checked baggage allowance of 23kg.
Fly non-stop to Mexico City from London Heathrow for a city break in one of Latin America’s most authentic cities. To help make your journey more convenient, you can check in for British Airways flights online or via your mobile phone, where you can also make your seat selection up to 24 hours in advance.
Mexico City airport is located only 3 miles from central Mexico City. The easiest way to cover this distance is using authorised, pre-paid taxis, which can be booked from marked stands within the airport. A security guard-protected bus also runs between the airport and the city centre, as does a metro train departing from Terminal 1. Central Mexico City is served by a 12 line metro system, trolleybuses and tramlines and a modern bus system.
Mexico City airport’s Terminal One has restaurants including the somewhat upscale Casa Ávila, which serves fine Mexican-Spanish fusion food covering everything from tacos to paella, and the folksier Cúcara Mácara, which cooks up authentic Mexican home cooking in mock colonial surroundings. A good choice of duty free shopping is available within the departure lounge.