Puebla International Airport

Puebla International Airport (PBC, MMPB)

Puebla International Airport is a Mexican airport that serves the city of Puebla. Officially known as Hermanos Serdán International Airport, it serves domestic and international air traffic. Its primary mission is to serve travelers traveling to or from Puebla. It also serves as an alternate for Mexico City International Airport and is part of the metropolitan airport group for the capital. It comprises two airports in Mexico City, Toluca Airport, Cuernavaca, and Querétaro.  The airport is near the city of Puebla in the cities of Tlaltenango, Huejotzingo, and Juan C. Bonilla.

Airport Location

The Puebla International Airport is located 20 miles northwest of downtown Puebla.  There is a single runway of 11,811 feet and one FBO offering private terminals,  fuel, dispatch, ramp, ground transportation, and customer service. The airport is accessible by taxi, and airport shuttles are also readily available. You will also find inexpensive and convenient car rental services at the airport. Puebla International Airport is served by a variety of domestic and international airlines. You can also find plenty of information about the airport and Puebla by consulting the Puebla Airport Guide. It has detailed information on facilities and services at the airport. The Puebla Airport Guide includes information on airport lounges, mobile charging stations, lockers, 24-hour food options, and hotels nearby.

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Future Planning

The Puebla State Government is trying to revamp the airport and attract more cargo flights and commercial services. It plans to increase the size of the airport terminal by 226% and build a new terminal that can handle up to 1.1 million passengers a year. It also hopes to attract investors to help modernize Puebla’s airport. However, the state government must seek federal approval before starting the final stages of the project.

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