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Monterrey International Airport


Airport in Monterrey, State of Nuevo Leon, Mexico

City Monterrey Country/Region Mexico (MX)

Airport (Aerodrome, Airfield)

Hub for AM
Latitude 25.7785 Longitude -100.107
Time Zone -07:00 Phone Number +52 81 8288 7700

Monterrey International Airport (IATA code: MTY, ICAO code: MMMY), also known as General Mariano Escobedo International Airport, is a public international airport serving Monterrey, the capital and largest city of the northeastern state of Nuevo León, Mexico.

The airport has three passenger terminals-Terminal A, Terminal B and Terminal C- and a cargo terminal. Terminal A is a Satellite building, which is divided into two concourses, North Concourse for domestic flights (Gates A1-A15), while South Concourse comprises all the international flights that operate into the airport (Gates B3-B8). Terminal B is considered as the second-most modern air facility in the country. It was opened in September 2010 and comprises eight gates, six of which are equipped with jetways and two apron-doors. It is able to handle up to 2 million passengers per year, and allows the airport to free some slots for new airlines to operate into Terminal A. Terminal C, inaugurated on November 30, 2006, houses the operations from low-cost carrier serving the airport, VivaAerobús. This terminal works independent of Terminal A. The cargo terminal was recently launched and has 6 hectares (15 acres) for operations.

There are almost 300 daily flights to more than 35 destinations in Mexico, the United States, and Latin America. With the second highest traffic in northern Mexico, the airport is also Mexico's fifth and Latin America's 12th-busiest airport. It had one of the fastest influx growth in recent years; it handled 8,269,834 passengers in 2021, an increase of 65.62% from 2020, in which it handled 4,994,170 passengers.

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