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    Mexico has the following airports: Acapulco Airport (ACA/MMAA), Benito Juarez Airport, Campeche - Ingeniero Alberto Acuna Ongay Int´l Airport (CPE/MMCP), Cancun Int´l Airport (CUN/MMUN), Chetumal International Airport (CTM/MMCM), Chihuahua - General Fierro Villalobos Airport (CUU/MMCU), Ciudad del Carmen Airport (CME/MMCE). Ciudad Obregón Airport (CEN/MMCN), Ciudad Victoria Airport (CVM/MMCV), Colima Airport (CLQ/MMIA), Cozumel Airport (CZM/MMCZ), Cuernavaca Airport (CVJ/MMCB), Don Miguel Hidalgo Airport, Gral R Bueno Airport, Guadalajarra-Don Miguel Hidalgo Airport (GDL/MMGL), Guaymas - General Jose Maria Yanez Intl Airport (GYM/MMGM), Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, Ixtapa - Zihuatanejo International Airport (MMZH), La Paz-Manuel de Leon Airport (LAP/MMLP), Manuel Cresciendo Rejon Airport, Manuel de Leon Airport, Matamoros - General Servando Canales International Airport (MAM/MMMA). Mazatlan - General Rafael Buelna International Airport (MZT/MMMZ), Merida - Licenciado Manuel Crecencio Rejon Int´l Airport (MID/MMMD), Mexico-Benito Juarez Airport (MEX/MMMX), Monterrey Airport (MTY/MMMY), Nogales International Airport (NOG/MMNG), Nuevo Laredo - Quetzalcoatl International Airport (NLD/MMNL), Oaxaca Airport (OAX/MMOX), Poza Rica - Tajin Airport (PAZ/MMPA), Puebla - Hermanos Serdan International Airport (PBC/MMPB), Puerto Vallarta Int´l - Gustavo Diaz Ordaz Airport (PVR/MMPR), Querétaro - Ingeniero F Espinoza Gutierrez Int´l Airport (QRO/MMQT). San José del Cabo Airport (SJD/MMSD), Tehuacán Airport (TCN/MMHC), Tepic Airport (TPQ/MMEP), Toluca - Licenciado Adolfo Lopez Mateos Int´l Airport (TLC/MMTO), Tuxtla Gutiérrez - Francisco Sarabia Airport (TGZ/MMTG), Uruapan - Licenciado Y Gen Ignacio Lopez Rayon Airport (UPN/MMPN), Zihuatanejo and more.

    If you are not a US citizen holding a visa for the US (including the green "waiver" visas people from Western countries get at US borders), you will have both a visa stamp in your passport and a loose immigration document (often a green card) that the US customs officer puts in your passport. When entering Mexico from the US (either by land or by plane): if you intend to come back to the US after your stay, do not try to hand the green immigration document back to US customs (they normally don't ask for it). You can enter the US multiple times during the time allocated to your visa (for Western tourists, normally 90 days), but you need to have the immigration document as well to validate the visa. If you come back from the US without that document, you will not only have to apply again for a new visa (which is on land borders as in Tijuana costly (6-20 $) and may take a whole afternoon if you happen to be in a queue with hundreds of Mexican applicants), but you will also be asked severe questions by US immigration. So keep the immigration document with you until you leave North America for good.