MEX

Terminal 2

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Restaurants

Coffee chains, fast food outlets and bar-restaurants are represented among the Terminal's 40-plus eateries. There's a health food outlet at the food court before Security, as well as sushi, traditional Mexican and other world flavors.
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Shopping

Browse big names like Body Shop, Lacoste and Michael Kors, and discover Mexican fashion designers, at the 80 or so stores. You can also shop for books, gifts and souvenirs, plus there's duty free and a few 7-Eleven stores for essentials.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Banks
  • Currency exchange
  • Hotel reservations offices
  • Information points
  • Lockers
  • Lost and found
  • Post office
  • Shoeshine
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Elevators
  • Escalators and electric ramps
  • Moving walkways
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Restaurants

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Shopping

Would you like to help us keep this airport guide updated? Just drop us an email on editor@prioritypass.com, including your membership number, to share any recent experiences at this airport and help fellow travellers in the Priority Pass community.
facilities icon

Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Banks
  • Currency exchange
  • Hotel reservations offices
  • Information points
  • Lockers
  • Lost and found
  • Post office
  • Shoeshine
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Accessibility

  • Accessible ramps
  • Electric carts for elderly and disabled people and pregnant women

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