Mexico City Airport is officially named after Benito Juárez, Mexico's president of 14 years during the second half of the nineteenth century. The last few years, the airport has been modernized and extended considerably.
The airport is situated 13 kilometers east of Mexico City's center. There's a subway connection with the Mexican capital and buses run not only to Mexico City, but also to other destinations in the vicinity. The airport is easily reachable by car, but since Mexico City is huge it's advisable to map out your route well beforehand.
The airport has numerous eating and drinking facilities, and a huge shopping center, where you will of course find duty-free shops, but also Mexican art, souvenirs, jewelers, and shops selling typical Mexican food. For business meetings you can book a conference or meeting room in the larger business hotels near the airport. There are also several VIP lounges. Other facilities at Mexico City Airport include banks, exchange offices, ATMs, wireless internet (Wi-Fi), public computers with internet connection, and two museums with changing exhibitions.
In the aviation industry Mexico City Airport is indicated by the abbreviations MEX (IATA airport code) and MMMX (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website of Mexico City Airport.