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Tijuana

 

International Airport General Abelardo L. Rodriguez and Tijuana International Airport (IATA: TIJ, ICAO: MMTJ) in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, near the border between the U.S. and Mexico is the second northernmost airport in Mexico, después del Aeropuerto Internacional de Mexicali. after the International Airport Mexicali. Tijuana Airport is a busy, modern airport, which handled 3.5 million passengers in 2011.

 

It is a fast growing airport, the fifth busiest in Mexico, after the airports in Mexico City, Cancun, Guadalajara, and Monterrey.

 

It can handle 10 million passengers a year and 360 flights per day.

Commercially speaking, the airport consists of a runway, a parallel taxiway and a main terminal building with 23 gates and two rooms, fast food area and a control tower high-tech, one of the highest in Mexico. On the opposite side of the main terminal building is another terminal, the former airport terminal that houses military aircraft, mainly used by the Mexican Air Force. The airport is also used to a lesser extent general aviation which houses the General Aviation Building (Terminal EAG).

The airport was named for General Abelardo L. Rodriguez, Governor General of the Territory of Baja California, during 1923-1930, and later President of Mexico during 1932-1934.

 

Characteristics
Height above sea level: 149 m / 489 ft

 

Coordinates 32°32′27″N
116°58′12″O

 

Runways
Direction Surface lenght Material
09/27 2,960 m 9,711 ft Asphalt