Queretaro Intercontinental Airport
Querétaro Intercontinental Airport, also known as Querétaro International Airport, serves the Mexican city of Santiago de Querétaro, around 200km northwest of Mexico City. The airport serves only a handful of domestic and US destinations, though traffic is growing and the facility plans to increase its domestic and international halls to accommodate higher passenger numbers. The airport boasts significant cargo operations, being the headquarters for Regional Cargo, while Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico plan to construct a maintenance base at Querétaro. The airport is one of several which serve the Mexico City metropolitan area, together with Cuernavaca, Puebla and Toluca.
- 3,500m × 45m
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