Terminal 1 (T-1): Mexico City International Airport

After 24 months of work, the remodelling of Mexico City International Airport's Terminal 1 (T-1)
ended on the 30th of August, 2006., when the T-1 was officially inaugurated.

The remodelling work was carried out alongside the construction of 90,000 square metres of passenger-facility areas, nowadays dedicated to the service of passengers in transit; the whole project having a price tag of US1.4 mn.

Nowadays, the T-1 offers a whole host of services to its visitors including banks, restaurants and bars, among many others.

The number of positions offered to aircraft at the Terminal 1 facility is 57, of which, 24 are contact positions and 33 are remote.

The time necessary for aircraft to transfer from their landing to Terminal 1 position is 9 minutes and, on average, 15 minutes from seperating from its position to take off.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 17 January 2010 )

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