Mexico’s busiest commercial airports in 2015


Winning design for new Mexico City airport - Source: fosterandpartners.com

Gorgeous winning design for the new Mexico City airport terminal – Source: fosterandpartners.com

Below is a list of the 50 busiest commercial airports in Mexico in 2015 as ranked by total passengers. As can be seen from the image above, Mexico City is in the process of developing a gorgeous new international airport. fyi – No truth in the rumor that Under Armour has already bought the naming rights (just kidding).

  1. Mexico City = 38,430,494 total passengers
  2. Cancun = 19,596,485
  3. Guadalajara = 9,758,516
  4. Monterrey = 8,461,917
  5. Tijuana = 4,853,797
  6. San Jose del Cabo = 3,523,010
  7. Puerto Vallarta = 3,517,801
  8. Merida = 1,663,616
  9. Leon = 1,472,811
  10. Culiacan = 1,432,315
  11. Hermosillo = 1,309,763
  12. Villahermosa = 1,273,140
  13. Veracruz = 1,249,914
  14. Tuxtla Gutiérrez = 1,121,332
  15. Chihuahua = 1,110,513
  16. Toluca = 865,037
  17. Ciudad Juarez = 863,760
  18. Mazatlan = 853,409
  19. Tampico = 763,744
  20. Acapulco = 730,382
  21. Oaxaca = 663,187
  22. La Paz = 623,475
  23. Ciudad del Carmen = 623,154
  24. Aguascalientes = 621,008
  25. Huatulco = 618,767
  26. Mexicali = 586,396
  27. Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo = 562,099
  28. Torreon = 556,449
  29. Cozumel = 553,776
  30. Reynosa = 507,186
  31. Queretaro = 503,276
  32. Morelia = 467,297
  33. San Luis Potosi = 444,469
  34. Puebla = 327,811
  35. Zacatecas = 320,065
  36. Durango = 325,853
  37. Tapachula = 265,670 * (fastest growth rate in 2015 0f over 51%)
  38. Minatitlán/Coatzacoalcos = 256,431
  39. Ciudad Obregon = 245,492
  40. Los Mochis = 235,323
  41. Puerto Escondido = 195,330
  42. Campeche = 181,751
  43. Chetumal = 179,377
  44. Manzanillo = 169,465
  45. Colima = 113,583
  46. Tepic = 113,043
  47. Uruapan = 110,067
  48. Matamoros = 97,654
  49. Ciudad Victoria = 75,156
  50. Nuevo Laredo = 72,978

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_busiest_airports_in_Mexico

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