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HOW TO GET TO CDMX

By airplane

Those attending the 9th AIBR Conference may arrive in Mexico City by air. The most accessible airport is Mexico City's Benito Juarez International Airport. There are many direct flights to the Mexican capital from all over the world. Most domestic and international airlines operate flights to Mexico City, and your flight will arrive at one of two terminals depending on your place of origin: T1 or T2.

T1- Airlines: VIVA, Volaris, AIR CANADA, America Airlines, Avianca, IBERIA, UNITED, AEROMEXICO, ANA, Lacsa, MAGNICHARTERS, AIRFRANCE, Lufthansa, KLM, BRITISH AIRWAYS, CUBANA DE AVIACIÓN and EMIRATES.

T2- Airlines: Copa Airlines, AEROMEXICO, LATAM AIRLINES, AEROMAR, DELTA, WINGO, AEROREPÚBLICA, S.A. and AEROMEXICO CONNECT.

More information about the Benito Juárez Mexico City International Airport can be found here: https://www.aicm.com.mx/ (web available in English and Spanish).

 

HOW TO GET FROM BENITO JUAREZ AIRPORT TO THE CITY

Once landed at the Mexico City International Airport, you will be able to use different public transportation services

Transfer by Metrobus

Inside the facilities of the Benito Juarez International Airport in Mexico City, you can board the Metrobus line 4 (orange color). The boarding areas are different in each terminal; in Terminal 1 you can board at Gate 7, while in Terminal 2, the entrance is at Gate 2. In the boarding and alighting areas of this transportation, you will find machines for selling and recharging Integrated Mobility cards. This line is divided into two routes, North and South; both routes run through the center of the city and have a station that connects with Metro Line 3. On the North Route you can make this connection at Hidalgo station and on the South Route at Juarez station. Similarly, at the Plaza de la República and Buenavista stations you can transfer to Metrobus line 1 (Indios Verdes-El Caminero directions).

Transfer by STC Metro

The closest STC Metro station to Mexico City's Benito Juarez International Airport is Terminal Aerial, corresponding to line 5 (yellow color). This line has 13 stations, and you can transfer to line 3 (directions Universidad-Indios Verdes) at La Raza station.

Cab Transportation

The Mexico City International Airport has several authorized cab service companies, accredited by the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT), within its facilities. If you wish to travel by cab, it is recommended that you use these vehicles as they are the safest option.

The service is offered in terminals 1 and 2. In the former, the boarding area is located at gate 1 (domestic area) and gates 9 and 10 (international area); while in the latter, the boarding area is located at gate 3 (international area) and gate 4 (domestic area). The sales points are located in the baggage belt area, ambulatory and in front of the doors of the boarding areas of authorized cabs, in both terminals.

You can find more information on the means of transportation available from Mexico City International Airport at the following link: https://www.aicm.com.mx/pasajeros/transporte.

 

HOW TO GET TO THE UNAM GRADUATE UNIT

The UNAM Graduate Unit is located in Ciudad Universitaria, in the south of Mexico City. It is accessible by public and private transportation from virtually anywhere in the city.

By subway:

The closest station in the Sistema de Transporte Colectivo Metro[1] to the UNAM Postgraduate Unit is the Universidad terminal, (line 3, olive green color).

Once you are at this station, you should walk to the PUMABUS[2] bus stop and board route 3. This university bus is free and will drop you off in front of the UNAM Postgraduate Unit.

By Metrobus.

The closest metrobus station to the UNAM Postgraduate Unit is Centro Cultural Universitario on line 1 (red).

Once you have arrived at this station, you must go up the pedestrian bridge and walk in the direction of the University Cultural Zone. You will find a PUMABUS stop where you can board route 3 or 10 and ask the operator to tell you which stop is Unidad de Posgrado de la UNAM to get off there.

Schedules:

Metro

  • Monday to Friday: 05:00 - 00:00 hours.
  • Saturdays: 06:00 - 00:00 hours.
  • Sundays and holidays: 07:00 - 00:00 hours.
  • Bicycle schedule Monday to Saturday: 22:00 - 00:00 hours.
  • Bicycle schedule Sundays and holidays: All day.
  • Folding Bicycles Schedule: any time every day.

Metrobus

  • Monday to Saturday from 04:30 to 24:00 h.
  • Sundays and holidays from 05:00 to 24:00 h.

Pumabús

  • Monday to Friday 06:00 to 22:00 h. (All routes)
  • Saturday: 06:00 to 15:00 h. (Routes 1, 2, 4 and 9)

                06:00 to 23:00 h. (routes 3 and 10)

  • Sunday: 06:00 to 23:00 h. (routes 3 and 10).

Considerations:

  • To use the Sistema de Transporte Colectivo Metro and Metrobús, it is necessary to have an *Integrated Mobility Card (MI). This card can be purchased at vending machines in some Metro stations or at Metrobus vending machines.
  • The cost of a trip on the STC Metro is $5.00 (0/100 mxn).
  • The cost of a trip in Metrobus is $6.00 (0/100 mxn)
  • The cost of a trip in Metrobus to Mexico City Airport (Terminal 1 and 2) is $30.00 (0/100 mxn)
  • For more information about transportation, please consult:

            Metro: https://www.metro.cdmx.gob.mx/

Metrobus: https://www.metrobus.cdmx.gob.mx/

            Pumabús: https://www.dgsgm.unam.mx/pumabus.html

(* The Integrated Mobility card allows travel on STC Metro, Metrobus, Red de Transporte de Pasajeros (RTP), Servicios de Transportes Eléctricos (TE), ECOBICI and Cablebús).


[1] The Metro Collective Transportation System (STC Metro) is a subway transportation system in Mexico City.

[2] The Pumabús is the University's internal transportation system and it is completely free and open to all.

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