Cancun (CUN) Airport

Cancun CUN Airport Overview

Cancun International Airport CUN serves Mexico's northeastern Yucatan Peninsula and its City of Cancun,  located right on the Yucatan Channel. CUN Airport is operated by ASUR - and is one of Mexico's most important airports, and also one of its foremost tourist destinations.  The Airport can be reached by plane from Florida within half an hour - situated directly south of New Orleans. Cancun is the gateway to the exciting world of the former Mayan Empire, which included the Yucatan Peninsula.

CUN Airport is located 16 km to the south of Cancun, along the Cancun-Chetumal highway. Cancun's hotel zone is only a 10 km from the Airport. The local population accounts for about half a million people and, although Spanish is the official language, many other languages are spoken, including English.

With two long runways and nearly 16 million passengers a year, Cancun International Airport is served by a host of domestic and international, regular & low-cost airlines, as well as charters, offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe. The  Airport is also an important hub of a number of inter-connecting destinations to vacation resorts in the Caribbean.

Cancun International Airport has three terminals: T1, T2 & T3.

Present & future Airport Developments: While Terminals 1 & 2 renovation/expansion have been completed, Terminal 3 expansion is scheduled for completion by 2015.  A new Terminal 4  is expected to be operational by 2016 (built in partnership with JetBlue & ASUR); it is to offer duty-free boutiques, many dining options and an Aloft Hotel.

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