Posted on October 12th, 2022
Toluca International Airport, officially the Licenciado Adolfo López Mateos International Airport, is an international facility in Toluca, Mexico. Part of the Mexico City Metropolitan Airport Group, it handles the private and general aviation traffic for Mexico City. Toluca International is part of a more extensive metropolitan air travel system that includes Mexico City, Felipe Angeles International Airport, and smaller regional airports. Charter and fly to Mexico City with JetOptions and request a jet charter price quote today.
The airport is named after President Adolfo López Mateos and is the primary alternate airport for Mexico City International as it is only 30 minutes from the Santa Fe financial district. With the longest runway in all of Mexico at 13,780 feet, Toluca is the primary destination for private jets. Commercial airlines offer flights for Toluca and the southwest districts of Mexico City made by Interjet. Eight fixed base operators (FBOs) with additional fueling and maintenance support are available at the airport. Less than a million commercial passengers travel through the airport each year.
If you are traveling by air, consider flying to Toluca. There are 8 FBOs and many ground-handling providers here. Helicopter transfers are also available to and from Toluca from Sante Fe and Mexico City. Growing demand for private aviation services is creating more growth at Toluca International Airport. Toluca’s executive aviation sector is expected to expand and improve. Universal Aviation, Signature Flight Support, Jetex, and more FBOS offer aircraft storage, handling, and support to private pilots and their clients.
The airport is also growing, with a new hangar for transient and based aircraft. The latest is a $3.5 million facility with a total area of 50,000 square feet and facilities for twelve to fifteen planes depending on size.