Mexico also provides international airports in each of its most important cities: Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Queretaro, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos and numerous domestic connections between them.
Cancun is the perfect mutli-destination with a strategic location in the Caribbean, with direct flights to many cities in the world, and international connectivity from the major airport hubs in the United States, South America, Central America and the Caribbean.
The modern international airport of Cancun is the number one in international arrivals of the country and the second only to Mexico City airport for air traffic.
Cancun airport handles approximately 12 million passengers per year, thanks to its two runways, one of which opened recently, and its three commercial terminals for charters, domestic and internationals flights.
The air terminal complies with the maximum specifications of security followed by the main airport worldwide and in 2011 was voted the best airport in Latin America and the Caribbean for the second consecutive year, according to the international airport Council.
The airport of Cancun, operated by group Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR), has 47 boarding gates, 30 restaurantes and more than 20 shops, as well as operating 86 lines for immigration to expedite the entry of international tourism. ASUR has FBO facilities available for the general aviation of México, United States and Latin America. The range of services include: coordination of fuel, rent of hangars, ground support and services for pilots and passengers.