The Metrobus is a means of public transportation run by the Government of Mexico which links the Airport with Mexico City and other places of interest, such as: Bellas Artes, the City Museum, Downtown, Paseo de la Reforma, among many others, with unique drop-off and pick-up stations for safe, fast and comfortable travel.

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Metrobus lines

Line 4

It has a route that starts at the Buenavista Terminal (it has Suburban Train service between route 1 and 3 of this), transits through the San Lazaro Metro station (trunk terminal where you will receive services for other subway routes and foreign buses) with a route to the Benito Juarez International Airport, the boarding areas are in: Terminal 1 accessing the door # 7 and door #2 in Terminal 2.

This line offers services every day, 365 days a year, and its buses have special spaces for disabled people in wheelchairs, luggage space, surveillance cameras and air conditioning.


Payment for using the Metrobus is through the smart card, which can be obtained at the card sales and recharge agencies located in the Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 elevator areas. The price of the service is $30.00 pesos for each user leaving or going to the Airport.


Monday to Saturday from 4:30 a.m. until 12:00 a.m.

Sunday and holidays 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.

For more information you can visit the Metrobus website.

There are also applications that help you find schedules and alternative routes. It also offers you easy instructions especially the directions that comprise the Metrobus Line 4 to the Airport.

Consider that traveling on Metrobus Line 4 is the easiest way to get to the airport, which is used by millions of users, who rely on this transportation line. It is not necessary to download an extra individual bus or train application, in the same station or in their official sites you can find the best service and train or bus schedule available.

List of nearby stops

  1. Río Consulado – Puerto México
  2. del Peñón – Norte 180
  3. Río Consulado – Av. del Peñón
  4. Rio Consulado – Ote. 35
  5. Circuito Interior (Boulevard del Puerto Aéreo)
  6. Metro Terminal Aérea Blvd
  7. Puerto Aéreo – Nte. 33
  8. Romero Rubio
  9. Calle Colones Peñón de Los Baños Venustiano Carranza Ciudad de México 15510, México.
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