It is really simple to take an Uber from Mexico City International Airport to the city center. When you launch the app, it will find you. When you hit "Confirm Uber" after selecting your destination, it will ask you which door or puerta you are at. Because Uber cannot pick you up at every exit, you may have to walk to one of the doors. Otherwise, you will be dropped off far away from the airport.
The fare from airport to city center is about 60 pesos (about $3.50). It usually takes about 30 minutes in good traffic. There is no charge for exiting through any door other than the first one you came in through. The driver will tell you where to go next if there are more than two exits at each stopover point. You can also see on the map where they drop you off so you can decide which way to go next.
If you get stuck behind a particular car, you can flag it down by pressing the button on the dashboard. The driver will then let you know if he or she is available and will come back to pick you up afterward.
You can also call an Uber phone number with an international code to reach an English-speaking customer service representative. They will guide you through the process of requesting an Uber from the airport.
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The average price of an Uber ride in Mexico City is $MEXIOCD$. The cost of an UberX trip is $MEXIOCD$% if there's a charge, or 100% free if you have an unlimited credit card. In addition, there are other fees that may apply including a $MEXIOCD$ minimum fare.
In terms of convenience, the ability to work while traveling is one of the best features of Uber. You can request a car at any time of day or night, and wherever taxis are available they will be used instead of your being forced to take a bus or train. A taxi from central Mexico City to the Zona Rosa should not cost more than $MEXIOCD$.
Finally, security is one of the main reasons why many people use Uber in Mexico City. You can see ratings for both drivers and cars before you book, and only those with good reviews will be able to make money. Also, regular background checks are done on all drivers, and passengers can report incidents such as assaults or thefts.
It is simple to take the bus from Mexico City Airport to the city center. Simply step outside the Terminal 1 and 2 buildings and onto the Line 4 Metrobus. These buses run every 15 minutes from from 04:30 a.m. until midnight, with a trip length of around 30 minutes into Mexico City. The fare is $4.
The Metrobús route 4 runs between the two terminals, stopping at all the major stations along the way. The best place to get on or off the bus is at the front; there are no stops within the terminals themselves.
If you want to travel in comfort rather than in style, the AeroMexico flight 421 operates a direct bus service from Mexico City International Airport to several cities across Mexico. The bus leaves from terminal 3 each hour between 06:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m., taking about 50 minutes to reach its destination. The cost is $25 per person.
The Aeromexico bus service is one of many affordable options for travelers looking to save money while getting from Mexico City International Airport to anywhere inside Mexico. There are other options as well such as the official taxis which will charge you around $50-60 for the ride into town.
Traveling by taxi is the most expensive option but it's also the safest when traveling alone at night.