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(September 16-25, 2011)

Markus Altendorff

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Pat Albright

Cancun Airport Tower 2

Cancun International Airport Tower, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico

September 17, 2011, 12:15 pm (-6 GMT)

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In 2009, Cancun’s International Airport became Mexico’s first to have the capacity to handle simultaneous takeoffs and landings on two runways. The control tower, more than 315 feet tall, is the 18th tallest in the world, allowing improved efficiency in runway-use time assigned to aircraft, is beneficial to both passengers and the 150 domestic and international airlines that use the airport.

Cancun International Airport now has 3 terminals. Terminal 1 is the first terminal at the airport and is used for private aircraft, charters and freight. Terminal 2 is for Mexico's domestic and some international flights. Terminal 3 is for international flights only.
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Lat: 21° 2' 27.43" N
Long: 86° 52' 20.59" W

Elevation: Elev 24 feet (8 meters) elevation above Mean Sea Level

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