Sending an item or multiple items to Mexico can be a daunting prospect. With commercial flights to Cancun taking approximately 11 hours, a time sensitive package can be even more difficult to secure to ensure that it arrives on time and in the right destination. Here at Barrington Freight, we pride ourselves on operating a fully transparent and seamless air freight to Mexico service for consignments of all sizes. Whether sending a singular package as an individual, or a number of pallets as corporate cargo, the team at Barrington Freight will work to ensure that it arrives in one piece. Having provided exceptional air freight services to Mexico for a number of years, helping us to earn the status of one of the UK’s leading international freight companies, our air freight to Mexico will ensure that your cargo will remain secure and in the most trustworthy hands. With the ability to cater to each of our client’s individual needs, you can be certain that our air freight to Mexico service will remain transparent and tailored to you.
Whether you’re looking for a budget air freight service, or an express delivery which will see your cargo arriving at key destinations in the country within 24 hours, our expert team at Barrington Freight are certain to have you covered. We can handle shipments that are both large and small and will also help with any documentation that may be required in order to ensure seamless entry into Mexico. If you’re a first-time air freight sender, or this is a regular shipment and you’re looking for a new contract, sending cargo to Mexico via air freight has never been easier.
One of the reasons we’re picked time and again for our air freight services is the fact that not only do we have an in-depth knowledge of air freight, but we also have a great knowledge of the destinations we deliver to, more specifically, Mexico.
Did you know Mexico has the third largest economy in North America and as such, has one of the most developed aviation industries in the region?
Over the years, we’ve found airports in Mexico to be among the most advanced in Latin America with some receiving millions of passengers every single year. The three main airports within Mexico include Mexico City International Airport (MEX), Cancun International Airport (CUN) and of course, Guadalajara International Airport (GDL).
Mexico City International Airport (MEX) is located in the Venustiano Carranza borough and is the primary airport serving greater Mexico City. It’s the biggest in Mexico and Latin America with its terminals handling around 100,000 passengers on a daily basis. Initially a small civilian airport, it was upgraded to meet international standards and has since undergone further expansion over the years to cater for more passengers and, of course, air freight deliveries.
Cancun International Airport (CUN) is located in the Yucatan Peninsula in Quintana Roo and is made up of two parallel runways and a total of three terminals. It’s the second busiest airport in Mexico with more than 21.4 million passengers in 2016, just over half that of MEX. Guadalajara International Airport (GDL), otherwise known as Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Guadalajara International is the main airport serving Mexico’s second largest city, Guadalajara. With 11.3 million passengers a year using its facilities, it’s still a very heavily used airport and officially the third busiest.
As a specialist freight forwarding company, we’re able to operate from a great number of UK and international airports, including the ones listed above. This means that we’re able to deliver almost any cargo load to most destinations in Mexico.
We Can Help With Documentation
Here at Barrington Freight, we’ll always do our best to make the process of sending your cargo to Mexico as easy as possible. Whether it’s express freight to Mexico or our more affordable air freight options, we’ll ensure the entire process is smooth sailing every step of the way. Of course, it’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with the mandatory documentation that’s required when sending cargo via air freight to Mexico. The documentation you’ll need to look at will include certificates of origin along with export cargo shipping instructions and single administrative documents (SAD).
You may even want to take a look at standard shipping notes (SSN) and air waybills (AWB) however, before you grow concerned about the possibility of in-depth documents stacking up, remember that Barrington Freight are here to help.
Mexico is situated south of the United States on the North American continent