Flight Operations to Mexico Grand Prix – Mexico City plays host to the 2023 Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday, October 29.
The race takes place 71 laps of the 4.304-kilometre Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez .
The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit is located about 8km from the city center and about 60km from Toluca Airport.
Here is what operators need to know.
Toluca International Airport
- IATA: TLC
- ICAO: MMTO
- Coordinates: N19-20.2/W099-34.0
- Elevation: 8466 ft.
- Magnetic variation: 07E
- Time zone: GMT/UTC – 6 hours (DST IN EFFECT)
- Fuel types: Jet, AVGAS
- Landing permits are necessary for both private and non-scheduled flights
- Normally there aren’t any parking restrictions, however, slots could get tight during peak times during this major event
- Mexico City/Lic Benito Juarez International (MEX/MMMX) is not open to any non-scheduled flights (unless it is a diplomatic flight)
- All non-scheduled flights must go to Toluca (MMTO)
- Toluca International Airport is a 65km drive from the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City
- Helicopter transfers from MMTO to the Grand Prix can be arranged
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