The new road that will connect the Mexico City International Airport (AICM) with the Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA), will be enabled next year.
This is the “Autoposta Conexión Oriente”, which will be an extension of the second floor of Periférico Oriente. The construction of a bridge, approximately seven kilometers long, between the Ignacio Zaragoza road and the Peñón-Texcoco highway is contemplated.
According to the competent authorities, to circulate through this extension of the second floor of the Periférico Oriente, a fee must be paid.
It is important to note that the road will cross Pantitlán, Chimalhuacán and the Bordo de Xochiaca.
It is expected that this work will facilitate the arrival at the AIFA For those traveling from the north of the Mexico’s valley.
New route to AIFA will be ready by 2023
The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat) has already approved the construction of this work. For now, the project is in the phase of preliminary studies and research.
However, it is estimated that the construction phase will last about seven months, so it could start operating next year.
The concession, for 30 years, for the construction, design, operation, maintenance and conservation of the route will be in charge of Game Ingeniería.
So when the work is ready you can make your transfers between airports more efficiently. When you are in the AIFA do not forget to give yourself a role for the Mammoth Museum or the Military Aviation Museum.
Moving to AIFA by public transport
How to get to Felipe Ángeles International Airport by public transport? The AIFA is located in the Mexico state and intends to become a relief option for the national and international flights who arrive at the megalopolis made up of the Mexico City, Mexico state, Queretaro, Morelos and Gentleman.
If you wish begin to fly from AIFA It is important that you take into account the transfer timessince these vary according to the vehicular traffic schedules. For example, if your flight is at 10 am and you travel from the center of Mexico City, taking the Angel of Independence as a reference, the journey will be approximately 50 minutes, if you use public transport or car.
However, if your flight is in the hours close to night, you must take into account the flow increases in the direction of AIFA.