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Welcome
to MEXICO                                                   Welc
      With the purpose of facilitating General Aviation Flights


      to Mexico, the following information has been prepared by


      SENEAM, the government Air Traffic Service provider,


      responsible for the Air Navigation Service in Mexican


      Airspace. SENEAM, along with the General Direction of


      Civil Aviation (DGAC), has prepared this brochure where


      you can find information regarding regulations and


      requirements for flights into Mexico. The brochure


      contains information such as the aeronautical and


      operational procedures that must be followed while flying


      in Mexico’s airspace.




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INDEX
 INTRODUCTION                                       5

 GUIDELINES FOR ENTRANCE OF FOREIGN
 PRIVATE AIR TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT INTO
 MEXICO                                             6


 LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
 NEEDED FOR BOTH AUTHORIZATIONS                     8

 APPLICABLE REQUISITES FOR BOTH
 AUTHORIZATIONS                                     9

 MEXICO’S AIR NAVIGATION
 AND AIR TRAFFIC PROCEDURES                        12

 SUPPLEMENTAL ATC PROCEDURES                       14

 VFR FLIGHT PLAN PROCEDURES                        16

 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
 FOR FLIGHTS TO MEXICO                             17

 POINTS OF CONTACT                                 18

 AIRPORTS -
 TELEPHONE NUMBERS AND OPERATING HOURS             20

 AIRPORT AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE
 and NAVIGATION AIDS FREQUENCIES                   22

 INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS DESIGNATOR                 23

 MAP OF MEXICAN REPUBLIC                           24

 NAVAIDS / ATS SERVICES,
 FEE CHARGES                                       25

 AIRPORT AND COMPLEMENTARY SERVICES, FEE CHARGES   26

 USE OF THE NAVIGATION SERVICES,
 BEYOND THE AIRPORT OPERATION SCHEDULE             27

 ANNEX                                             28

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INTRODUCTION
      This brochure contains useful information to assist pilots in
      preparation for private non- commercial fixed wing aircraft.
      These procedures are related to conduct VFR and/ or IFR
      flight in Mexican Airspace.

      All pilots intending to fly into Mexico will notice that these
      procedures are slightly different from those in the United
      States, but in accordance to International ICAO
      recommendations. Some of these procedures include items
      such as: Filling of flight plans, the selected availability of
      communications and weather services.

      Most of all, this brochure is intended for pilots to be
      familiarized with these procedures before crossing the
      Mexico/US border.

      NOTE: Some of the information contained here is subject
      to change, so it is recommended that pilots, verify the
      information with the local Flight Service Station (FSS), or
      appropriate publication such as the Mexican Aeronautical
      Publication (PIA), Jeppesen, or the Baja Bush Pilots for the
      latest information prior to flying out of the United States.




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GUIDELINES FOR ENTRANCE OF
FOREIGN PRIVATE AIR TRANSPORT
AIRCRAFT INTO MEXICO
       Considering:
       - The Civil Aviation Law (Articles 28 and 29) establishes
       that these rules are for non-commercial private air
       transportation and intended for non-profit private use.

       - Non-commercial foreign aircrafts intended for private use
       may fly in national airspace, land and take off in Mexican
       Territory only if they have the proper authorization from the
       Dirección de Transporte y Control Aeronáutico. The first
       landing must be at an international airport.

       THE   FOLLOWING    INFORMATION   WAS
       PREPARED TO SIMPLIFY THE ENTRANCE OF
       FOREIGN PRIVATE AIRCRAFT INTO THE
       COUNTRY AND THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES
       MUST BE OBSERVED WHEN TRAVELING INTO
       MEXICO.

       GENERAL

       In accordance with the Civil Aviation Law, (Article 29) the
       entrance of foreign private aircrafts into Mexico may be
       granted either by:

       1. Authorization for a sole (single) entry or
       2. Authorization for multiple entries




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1. Authorization for a sole (single) entr y.
This authorization may be obtained at the local Aviation
Authority office of the arriving international airport or
through the Dirección de Transporte y Control Aeronáutico
in Mexico City.

A). Authorization granted by the Airport Aviation
Authority Office.
This will be obtained by filling the GHC-001 form at the
aviation authority office of the arriving international airport,
where it will be stamped by the local Aviation, Customs and
Immigration Authorities.
When departing the country, pilots shall return the
GHC-001 form to the Aviation Authority of the departing
international airport.

 B). Authorization granted by the Dirección de
Transporte y Control Aeronáutico.
The interested pilot must submit an application to the
Dirección de Transporte y Control Aeronáutico , with the
information indicated in the Annex I and copies of the
aircraft registration and airworthiness certificate.
This application will be processed within 3 working days.

2. Authorization for multiple accesses.
This authorization may be granted by the Dirección de
Transporte y Control Aeronáutico, upon previous request
and once the requirements stated in the Annex I and
copies of the aircraft registration and airworthiness certifi-
cate.
This application will be processed within 5 working days.
Fee payment for single entry is normally made at the first
airport of entry and fee payment for multiple entry, upon
receipt of the multiple entry authorization letter, can be
made in Mexico City or the first airport of entry when
entering Mexico.

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LEGAL REQUIREMENTS NEEDED
FOR BOTH AUTHORIZATIONS

      The authorization for sole (single) entry will be valid for a
      6 month period and it will be automatically revoked before
      the end of the period if the aircraft leaves Mexican
      territory.

      The authorization for multiple entries will be valid until the
      last day of the year in which it was requested.

      The legal stay in Mexico of the foreign crew members and
      passengers shall be in accordance with the current
      Immigration Law and any other applicable legal guidelines.

      Authorizations for sole (single) or multiple entries granted
      as previously mentioned by the Dirección de Transporte y
      Control Aeronáutico are not required to fill out the
      GHC-001 form, since both consider the payments of fees for
      the granted authorizations, according with the procedure
      specified by the Dirección de Seguridad Aérea.

      These payments can be done at the local aviation
      authority office only if the authorization paper indicates so,
      in any other case payment should be made in Mexico City.




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APPLICABLE REQUISITES
FOR BOTH AUTHORIZATIONS

      Comply with the requisites and formalities of Custom,
      Immigration and Health Authorities at the first
      international airport of entry upon arrival in Mexico

      Comply with the established Civil Aviation and Airports
      Laws, the present rulings and procedures, as well as any
      other disposition set by the authorities of the country,
      regarding nationality of registration marks and number,
      weight, instruments and accessories for security and
      emergencies, as well as having valid registration
      certificates, Aeronavegability, insurance policies, crew
      members flight licenses and any other pertinent document
      required.

      For aircraft flight into Mexico, liability insurance must be
      provided by one of two means:
      1) The aircraft owner must provide liability insurance from
      a Mexican insurer Or
      2) The aircraft owner must prove that his insurance on his
      aircraft from his country of origin will cover the Country of
      Mexico.
      The amount shall cover the civil responsibility of the
      aircraft should be at least the equivalent to 56,900 days of
      the current daily minimum wage in Mexico City (Distrito
      Federal). The daily minimum wage in the Distrito Federal is
      constantly being updated periodically in the country and as
      of January 1 st, 2002 the current wage is equivalent to
      $42.15 pesos. The policy shall be presented to the
      Aviation Authority at the first international airport of entry.



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To follow the airways/routes previously established by the
Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes , published in
the Publicacion de Informacion Aeronautica (P.I.A.)

Comply with all ruling procedures as published in the
Aeronautical Information Publication (P.I.A.) of Mexico.

The pilots of the aircraft that plan to cross the Mexican/
United State border shall notify as soon as possible and
using the most appropriate and prompt communication
(means) systems, the Aviation Authorities at the interna-
tional airport closest to the expected border crossing point.

In the event that the aircraft flies over an airport located at
a borderline, the pilot must communicate with Air Traffic
Control Facility (APP, TWR or ACC).

Once the foreign aircraft meets the entry requirements at
the first international airport of entry, it will be able to freely
operate within Mexican Territory, always complying with the
policies stated on the Civil Aviation, Airport Laws and its
Regulations.

The aircrafts departing the country will be able to pick up
or leave passengers as long as each person picked up or left
has a valid immigration form has abided by the laws of the
country.

Application for sole (single) or multiple entries must be
submitted to:




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Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil.
Dirección de Transporte y Control Aeronáutico y/o
Subdirección de Aviación General y Servicios Aéreos
Providencia 807-1er piso, Col. Del Valle, C.P.. 03100
México, D.F.
Phone: 011-52(555)6 87 76 20      011-52(555)5 23 29 55
Fax: 011-52(555)5 23 34 19       011-52(555)5 23 34 19

This document only applies to private aircrafts performing
private flights.

Private exhibition flights will have to request the
corresponding authorization from the Dirección de
Transporte y Control Aeronáutico.

These flights are not intended for commercial purposes and
the aircrafts can only transport the crew members, the
owner or person responsible, his family and invited guests
on a leisure trip.

Aircrafts are not allowed to transport any cargo,
merchandise or any goods that are not for the personal use
of the passengers or the crew members.

Foreign civil aircrafts intended for noncommercial and
private use will be able to enter and depart the country
through any international airport in Mexico.

This document voids the previous document dated on
September 19 th , 2000, which stated the access
requirements into the country for noncommercial, private air
transport, foreign aircrafts. For any related matter
concerning this document, please contact the address
mentioned above.



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MEXICO’S AIR NAVIGATION AND
AIR TRAFFIC PROCEDURES

       GENERAL

       Although each pilot should refer to the latest available
       aeronautical charts, contained in the PIA (Aeronautical
       Information Publication) or JEPPESEN publications for
       information concerning the specific data of Mexican
       airspace and ATC service, the following general
       statements are presented to help establish a clear basic
       understanding of Mexico’s current air navigation and ATC
       system.

       The country has a wide structure of airways, which are
       connected, Upper Airspace Jet airways (UJ) Victor and
       Color airways, to most of the international and domestic
       airports.

       Upper Airspace: Jet airways (UJ) are those airways at or
       above 20,000 feet ( FL).
       Lower Airspace: Victor and Color are those airways at
       18,000 feet or below.

       NOTE: The airspace between Altitude 18,000 feet and
       Flight Level 200 is established as Transition Layer” (from
       QNH to QNE and vice versa).

       A few segments of airways below 18,000 feet are not yet
       managed by air traffic control.These areas are
       considered “non-controlled airspace”. This fact presents
       certain problems to pilots operating within the



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non-controlled portions of the airway system, especially
during periods of IMC.

However, a major national program is underway to provide
ATC service throughout Mexican airspace.

ATC service are provided by facilities that are built, staffed
and designated for control of the appropriate airspace, such
as: “Control Area”, “Terminal Area”, “Control Zone” and
“Airport Traffic Zones”.

Currently the Mexican airspace which is considered
“Controlled” is serviced by 4 Area Control Centers;
Mazatlan (MZT), Merida (MID), Mexico (MEX) and
Monterrey (MTY), 34 Approach Control Units, 55 Control
Towers, 4 ADA’s, 4 Flight Information Service (FIS) and
1Aerodrome Flight Information Service (AFIS) in the
system.

Air Traffic Control is bilingual in Mexico.

All the facilities are equipped with air/ground
communication capabilities, interfacilities communications
systems, and other systems.

Note: The air/ground communications frequencies are
shown in this brochure.
Radio Air to Air is 122.75 and Radio Air to Ground
(uncontrolled airstrips) is 122.80.

Air traffic rules in Mexico are basically similar to the U.S.A.
FAR’s. Nevertheless both adhere to the Rules of the Air,
Annex 2 of ICAO, except for portions regarding VFR flights,
and the altitude for altimeter transition layer (is 18,500 to
19,500).


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SUPPLEMENTAL ATC
PROCEDURES

       As a means of improving services provided throughout the
       country, the following operational procedures are in use:

       VFR flights at night are not permitted. VFR flights are not
       authorized above 18,000 feet. All aircraft operating in VFR
       conditions below 18,000 feet must maintain
       communication and transmit position reports to:

       Approach Controls (APP’s): upon crossing the limits of
       TMA’s and while transiting within TMA’s.

       Control Towers (TWR’s): prior to 10 Nautical Miles from
       controlled aerodrome, and while overflying the aerodrome.

       Aerodrome Flight Information Service (AFIS); prior
       to 10 Nautical Miles from the aerodrome or while
       overflying the area.

       NOTE:     These procedures are not applicable in TMA’s
                 airspace with special rules and procedures for
                 VFR flights, which are published in the Mexican
                 AIP charts, (e.g. MEX, MTY, etc.)

       All aircraft operating in Mexican airspace should
       be equipped with transponder (SSR Mode A and C)
       at all times of operation, particularly in TMAs
       airspace with radar service.




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A flight plan to Mexico may be filled at any departing
foreign airport in the ICAO format.

You may consult the International Flight Information Manual
for more details.(ICAO flight plan format is shown in this
brochure as Annex II).

While flying in Mexico, pilots are required to fill a flight plan,
using the Mexican flight plan format (see Annex II).

Deviations from the flight plan itinerary are not
permitted, except in an emergency, and while flying to
certain airports.

Enroute landings when entering Mexico prior to landing at
an airport of entry are not permitted except in emergen-
cies. Such landings are considered illegal entries, and may
result in severe penalties.

While in Mexico, pilots are required to maintain radio
contact with the controlling facility of the airspace in which
they are operating. Position reports are mandatory and
should contain the following information:

Aircraft identification, (call sign)

Type of aircraft
Point of departure (last airport)
Destination (next airport)
ETA or ETO




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VFR FLIGHT PLAN
PROCEDURES

       Aircraft departing on a VFR Flight Plan shall submit the
       flight plan for approval to the Aeronautical Authority and
       Flight Dispatch Office, at least 30 minutes before
       contacting the control tower of the departing airport (see
       Annex II).

       On flights departing a controlled airport, the flight plan will
       be considered to be closed at the time indicated on it. On
       flights departing from a non-controlled airport to a
       controlled airport, you will notify the Flight Dispatch Office
       or the Aeronautical Authorities your arrival and port o origin
       as soon as you land.

       Closing of Flight Plans

       The flight plan should be closed with the Aeronautical
       Authority or the Flight Dispatch Office immediately upon
       arrival.

       The Minimum VFR weather conditions (VMC) are: Ceiling
       1500 feet and Visibility 3 Statute Miles.

       NOTE This process will reduce the delays of departing
       aircraft caused by insufficient information, but does not
       revoke or modify in any way the regulatory requirement to
       submit the flight plan to the Aeronautical Authorities or
       Flight Dispatch Office for approval, nor does it exempt
       pilots from complying with any other applicable
       requirement.



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ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
FOR FLIGHTS TO MEXICO

      All private aircraft (demonstration, in transit, and air
      taxis – non commercial aircraft) are not permitted to
      operate in / out of Mexico City International Airport.

      To prevent the entry of dangerous agricultural pests and
      prohibited wildlife into the country, the following items are
      restricted: fruits, vegetables, plants, meats, soil, meat
      products, birds, and other live animals.
      Pets carried to or from Mexico must have all documents in
      order.

      The carrying of seriously injured or deceased persons
      aboard an aircraft from Mexico to a foreign country or from
      a foreing country to Mexico must be cleared with Mexican
      authorities. Aid should be requested from the Consulates
      and the Mexican Tourist Bureaus.

      Transporting firearms and/or ammunition into Mexico
      without a valid Mexican permit is a serious violation of
      Mexican law and will result in serious penalties.

      In the case of sick or injured persons, permission is
      usually granted to allow them to be flown out of Mexico in
      a private or commercial aircraft other than the one in which
      they arrived.




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POINTS OF CONTACT

       Enclosed is a list of Government bureaus where you can
       write or call for more detailed information, as well as
       complaints about public services.


       SERVICIOS A LA NAVEGACION EN EL
       ESPACIO AEREO MEXICANO (SENEAM)
       Boulevard Puerto Aéreo No.485
       Delegación Venustiano Carranza
       C.P 15620México, D.F.
       Telephone: (52) 55 5726-1530 or (52) 55 5726-1505
       Web Site: www.seneam.gob.mx


       DIRECCION GENERAL DE AERONAUTICA CIVIL
       (DGAC)
       Providencia No. 807
       Colonia del Valle
       C.P. 03100 México, D.F.
       Telephone (52) 55 5523-6642
       Comandancia del AICM
       Telephone (52) 55 571-3030 or (52) 55 713032


       AEROPUERTOS Y SERVICIOS AUXILIARES
       (ASA)
       Av. 162 No. 161
       Aeropuerto Internacional de la Cd. De México
       Col. San Juan de Aragón
       C.P. 15660 México, D.F.
       Telephone (52) 55 5133-1000 or (52) 55 5785-3988
       e-mail address: enrique.montaudon@asa.gob.mx


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SECRETARIA DE LA FUNCION PUBLICA (SPF)
Insurgentes Sur No. 1735
Colonia Guadalupe Inn
Delegación Álvaro Obregón
C.P. 01020 México, D.F.
Telephone (52) 55 5663-3636 or (52) 55 5663-4848 or
(52) 55 5663-4949
IN MEXICO 01 (800) 001-1600
IN USA & CANADA: 01 (888) 594-3372
e-mail address: quejas@funcionpublica.gob.mx

NOTE: In case you are not satisfied regarding a complaint
about a public service, provide full details and copies of
documentation, i.e. receipts, to:

Baja Bush Pilots
Telephone: USA (480) 730- 3250
Fax: (480) 730- 3251
(These concerns will be sent to Mexico City for action)

For additional information, contact:
Airport guides, charts
AOPA                           Baja Bush Pilots
421 Aviation Way               149 W Boston Street
Frederick MD 21701 USA         Chandler AZ 85225 USA
301/695- 2000                  480/730- 3250
www.aopa.org                   480/730-3251 Fax
                               www.bajabushpilots.com
Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc.       For Mexican liability Insurance
55 Inverness Drive East        Baja Bush Pilots
Englewood CO 80112 USA         149 W Boston Street
www.jeppesen.com               Chandler AZ 85225 USA
                               480/730- 3250
                               480/730-3251 Fax
                               www.bajabushpilots.com
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AIRPORTS - Telephone numbers and Operating Hours

      STATION                     ATS                DGAC            OPN/HRS
      (AIRPORT)               FACILITIES         (AUTHORITIES)        (UTC)


ACA    ACAPULCO               (744) 466 93 21      (744) 4669325      24 Hours

ADN    ARPT DEL NORTE         (81) 83 45 42 42     (81) 83456634      1300/0200

AGU    AGUASCALIENTES         (449) 916 82 19      (449) 9160266      1300/0100

JJC    ATIZAPAN               (55) 53 08 36 07                        1400/2400

HUX    BAHIAS DE HUATULCO     (958) 581-90-06      (958) 581-90-09    1300/2400

BJX    BAJIO (LEON)           (477) 713-64-45      (477) 716-46-31    1200/0600

CPE    CAMPECHE               (981) 816-35-22      (981) 816-46-53    1300/0100

CUN    CANCUN                 (998) 886-01-73      (998) 886-02-02    24 Hours

CYA    CELAYA                                      (461) 611-03-33    1200/0100

CTM    CHETUMAL               (983) 832-07-24      (983) 832-08-98    1300/0100

CZA    CHICHEN-ITZA (KAHUA)   (985) 851-04-16      (985) 851-04-03    1300/0100

CUU    CHIHUAHUA              (614) 420-07-50      (614) 420-13-52    1400/0400

CAC    CIUDAD ACUÑA           (877) 773-07-00      (877) 773-00-80    1300/0100

CME    CIUDAD DEL CARMEN      (938) 382-29-26      (938) 382-08-58    1300/0100

CJS    CIUDAD JUAREZ          (656) 633-07-64      (656) 633-07-35    1400/0400

CEN    CIUDAD OBREGON         (644) 413-74-73      (644) 445-00-02    1300/0100
CVM    CIUDAD VICTORIA        (834) 316-45-87      (834) 316-45-88    1300/0100

COL    COLIMA                 (312) 314-43-77      (312) 314-41-57    1300/0100

CZM    COZUMEL                (987) 872-06-02      (987) 872-02-95    1300/0300

CVA    CUERNAVACA             (777) 385-04-28      (777) 385-04-14    1300/0100

CUL    CULIACAN               (667) 760-06-71      (667) 760-06-86    1300/0100

DGO    DURANGO                (618) 817-84-62      (618) 817-89-48    1200/0100

ENS    ENSENADA                                    (646) 177-45-03    1400/0200

GDL    GUADALAJARA            (33) 3688-50-23      (33) 3688-59-19    24 Hours

GYM    GUAYMAS                (622) 221-08-43      (622) 221-00-44    1400/0200

HMO    HERMOSILLO             (662) 261-01-22      (662) 261-01-13    1300/0100

LAP    LA PAZ                 (612) 124-63-35      (612) 124-63-59    1400/0600

LZC    LAZARO CARDENAS                             (753) 537-41-03    1400/2300

LTO    LORETO                 (613) 135-04-76      (613) 135-04-98    1400/0200

LMM    LOS MOCHIS             (668) 812-57-50      (668) 818-47-13    1400/0400
ZLO    MANZANILLO             (314) 333-04-87      (314) 333-26-26    1400/0200

MAM    MATAMOROS              (868) 812-39-99      (868) 812-26-17    1400/0200

MZT    MAZATLAN               (669) 982-20-75      (669) 982-20-88    24 Hours
MID    MERIDA                 (999) 946-13-10      (999) 946-13-39    24 Hours

MXL    MEXICALI               (686) 553-50-72      (686) 553-50-71    1400/0200

MEX    MEXICO                 (55) 5726-15-00      (55) 5571-30-30    24 Hours

MTT    MINATITLAN             (921) 278-00-27      (921) 278-00-00    1300/0100



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AIRPORTS - Telephone numbers and Operating Hours

        STATION                ATS                 DGAC           OPN/HRS
        (AIRPORT)           FACILITIES         (AUTHORITIES)       (UTC)


MOV      MONCLOVA                               (866) 634-20-80   1300/0100

MTY     MONTERREY           (81) 8369-08-82     (81) 8369-07-90   24 Horas

MLM     MORELIA             (443) 313-62-83     (443) 313-66-50   1300/0100

NOG     NOGALES                                 (631) 314-01-65   1300/0100

NLD     NUEVO LAREDO        (867) 718-14-60     (867) 718-12-20   1400/0200

OAX     OAXACA              (951) 511-53-00     (951) 511-50-78   1200/0200

PCA     PACHUCA                                 (771) 711-37-75   1300/2400

PQE     PALENQUE                                (916) 345-16-91   1300/0100

PNG     PIEDRAS NEGRAS      (878) 783-01-05     (878) 783-04-87   1300/0100

PAZ     POZA RICA           (782) 824-74-55     (782) 822-01-57   1300/0100

PBC     PUEBLA              (222) 232-00-48     (222) 242-65-21   1300/0100

PXM     PUERTO ESCONDIDO    (954) 582-04-82     (954) 582-04-83   1200/2400

PVR     PUERTO VALLARTA     (322) 221-06-56     (322) 221-11-92   24 Hours

QET     QUERETARO           (442) 220-69-91     (442) 220-69-31   1300/2400

REX     REYNOSA             (899) 958-04-92     (899) 922-19-67   1300/0100

SLW     SALTILLO                                (844) 488-04-66   1300/0300

SFE     SAN FELIPE                              (686) 577-18-58   1300/2400

SJD     SAN JOSE DEL CABO   (624) 146-50-72     (624) 142-04-36   1400/0100

SLP     SAN LUIS POTOSI     (444) 822-05-65     (444) 822-24-67   24 Hours

TAM     TAMPICO             (833) 228-31-43     (833) 228-29-22   1230/0300

TAP     TAPACHULA           (962) 626-30-57     (962) 626-10-25   1230/0030

TCN     TEHUACAN                                (238) 382-09-83   1300/0100

TNY     TEPIC               (311) 213-20-62     (311) 214-21-95   1300/0100

TIJ     TIJUANA             (666) 683-10-36     (666) 683-10-60   1500/0800

TLC     TOLUCA              (722) 273-17-59     (722) 273-09-25   24 Hours

TRC     TORREON             (871) 712-82-39     (871) 712-42-61   1300/0300

TGZ     TUXTLA GUTIERREZ    (961) 612-96-10     (961) 613-50-74   1300/0100

UPN     URUAPAN             (452) 523-87-98     (452) 523-78-12   1300/0100

VER     VERACRUZ            (229) 934-10-75     (229) 938-37-09   1300/0100

VSA     VILLAHERMOSA        (993) 356-00-03     (993) 356-00-00   1300/0300

ZCL     ZACATECAS           (478) 985-12-37     (478) 985-01-44   1300/0100

ZAM     ZAMORA                                  (351) 517-08-47   1400/2400

ZIH     ZIHUATANEJO         (755) 554-22-22     (755) 554-22-91   1300/0300


NOTE:   FOR LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE CALLS FROM U.S. AND CANADA
        DIAL:COUNTRY CODE 011( 52) PLUS 10 DIGITS.
        FOR OTHER PLACES CONSULT YOUR PHONE GUIDE




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 AIRPORT AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE and NAVIGATION AIDS                             Frequencies
                                  APP      TWR      ATIS     AFIS    ILS       VOR     NDB

ACAPULCO             MMAA   ACA   119.9    118.5    115.9            111.9     115.9
AGUASCALIENTES       MMAS   AGU            118.6                               113.6
BAHIAS HUATULCO      MMBT   HUX            118.0                               113.2
CAMPECHE             MMCP   CPE            118.5                               116.2
CANCUN               MMUN   CUN   120.4    118.6    113.4            111.1     113.4
CD. ACUÑA            MMMC   CAC                              122.9
CD. DEL CARMEN       MMCE   CME            118.4                               113.0
CD. JUAREZ           MMCS   CJS   118.9    118.9                               116.7
CD. OBREGON          MMCN   CEN            118.3    127.6                      115.1
CD. VICTORIA         MMCV   CVM   124.5    118.2                               113.7
COLIMA               MMIA   COL            118.9                               117.7
COMITAN              MMCO   CMT                              118.5             114.7
COZUMEL              MMCZ   CZM   120.4    118.1                               112.6   330
CUERNAVACA           MMCB   CVA            118.35                              113.1   402
CULIACAN             MMCL   CUL   119.75   118.5    127.8                      112.1
CHETUMAL             MMCM   CTM            118.8                               116.3
CHICHE-ITZA          MMCT   CZA            118.9                               116.5
CHIHUAHUA            MMCU   CUU   121.0    118.4    127.9            111.9     114.1   222
DURANGO              MMDO   DGO            118.1    132.1                      112.9
ENSENADA             MMES   ENS            11.71                                       400
GUADALAJARA          MMGL   GDL   129.8    118.1    127.9            111.3     117.3
GUAYMAS              MMGM   GYM            118.6                                       368
HERMOSILLO           MMHO   HMO   121.4    118.7    127.7                      112.8
IXTAPA-ZIHUATANEJO   MMZH   ZIH   121.0    118.3                               113.8
LA PAZ               MMLP   LAP   120.6    118.1    127.9            110.5     112.3
LEON (BAJIO)         MMLO   BJX   119.05   118.35                              115.8
LORETO               MMLT   LTO            118.4                               113.2
LOS MOCHIS           MMLM   LMM            118.8                               115.5
MANZANILLO           MMZO   ZLO   118.7    118.7                               116.8
MATAMOROS            MMMA   MAM   118.0    118.0                               114.3
MAZATLAN             MMMZ   MZT   121.2    118.3    127.7            111.7     114.9
MERIDA               MMMD   MID   121.2    118.3    127.9            111.7     117.7   280
MEXICALI             MMXL   MXL            118.2                               115.0
MEXICO               MMMX   MEX   121      118.1    127.65           109.7     115.6
MINATITLAN           MMMT   MTT            118.1                               116.4
MONCLOVA             MMMV   MOV                              118.9             117.9
MONTERREY            MMAN   ADN   121.4    118.6                               115.4
MONTERREY            MMMY   MTY   121.4    118.1    127.7            111.1     114.7
MORELIA              MMMM   MLM   118.5    118.5                               114.6
NOGALES              MMNG   NOG
NUEVO LAREDO         MMNL   NLD   118.3    118.3                               112.6
OAXACA               MMOX   OAX   118.3    118.3                               112.0   270
PIEDRAS NEGRAS       MMPG   PNG                              122.3             113.6
POZA RICA            MMPA   PAZ                              118.9             115.5
PUEBLA               MMPB   PBC   118.2    118.2                               115.2
PUERTO ESCONDIDO     MMPS   PXM            118.9                               112.5
PUERTO VALLARTA      MMPR   PVR   121.3    118.5                               116.6
QUERETARO            MMQT   QET            118.3                               115.7
REYNOSA              MMRX   REX   118.8    118.8                               112.4
SALTILLO             MMIO   SLW   127.4    118.4                     110.1     116.1
SAN CRISTOBAL        MMSC   SZT                              132.1             116.0
SAN FELIPE           MMSF   SFE                              118.5
SAN JOSE DEL CABO    MMSD   SJC   118.9    118.9                               114.0
SAN LUIS POTOSI      MMSP   SLP   126.0    118.9                               117.2
TAMPICO              MMTM   TAM   120.3    118.3                     109.3     117.5
TAPACHULA            MMTP   TAP            118.2                               115.3
TEPIC                MMEP   TNY            118.8                               113.9
TERAN                MMTB                  118.45                              113.9
TIJUANA              MMTJ   TIJ   119.5    118.1    127.9            111.5     116.5
TOLUCA               MMTO   TLC   128.9    118.0                     108.9     114.3
TORREON              MMTC   TRC   121      118.4                               116.4
TUXTLA GUTIERREZ     MMTG   TGZ   118.6    118.6                     109.7     113.9
URUAPAN              MMPN   UPN            118.2                               114.2
VERACRUZ             MMVR   VER   120.4    118.5    127.8                      114.0
VILLAHERMOSA         MMVA   VSA   118.7    118.7                               116.7
ZACATECAS            MMZC   ZCL            118.0                               117.6
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INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS DESIGNATOR
  AIRPORT                   ICAO   IATA

  ACAPULCO                  MMAA   ACA
  AGUASCALIENTES            MMAS   AGU
  BAHIAS HUATULCO           MMBT   HUX
  CAMPECHE                  MMCP   CPE
  CANCUN                    MMUN   CUN
  CD. ACUÑA                 MMMC   CAC
  CD. DEL CARMEN            MMCE   CME
  CD. JUAREZ                MMCS   CJS
  CD. OBREGO                MMCN   CEN
  CD. VICTORIA              MMCV   CVM
  COLIMA                    MMIA   COL
  COMITAN                   MMCO   CMT
  COZUMEL                   MMCZ   CZM
  CUERNAVACA                MMCB   CVA
  CULIACAN                  MMCL   CUL
  CHETUMAL                  MMCM   CTM
  CHICHE-ITZA               MMCT   CZA
  CHIHUAHUA                 MMCU   CUU
  DURANGO                   MMDO   DGO
  ENSENADA                  MMES   ENS
  GUADALAJARA               MMGL   GDL
  GUAYMAS                   MMGM   GYM
  HERMOSILLO                MMHO   HMO
  IXTAPA-ZIHUATANEJO        MMZH   ZIH
  LA PAZ                    MMLP   LAP
  LEON (BAJIO)              MMLO   BJX
  LORETO                    MMLT   LTO
  LOS MOCHIS                MMLM   LMM
  MANZANILLO                MMZO   ZLO
  MATAMOROS                 MMMA   MAM
  MAZATLAN                  MMMZ   MZT
  MERIDA                    MMMD   MID
  MEXICALI                  MMXL   MXL
  MEXICO                    MMMX   MEX
  MINATITLAN                MMMT   MTT
  MONCLOVA                  MMMV   MOV
  MONTERREY                 MMAN   ADN
  MONTERREY                 MMMY   MTY
  MORELIA                   MMMM   MLM
  NOGALES                   MMNG   NOG
  NUEVO LAREDO              MMNL   NLD
  OAXACA                    MMOX   OAX
  PIEDRAS NEGRAS            MMPG   PNG
  POZA RICA                 MMPA   PAZ
  PUEBLA                    MMPB   PBC
  PUERTO ESCONDIDO          MMPS   PXM
  PUERTO VALLARTA           MMPR   PVR
  QUERETARO                 MMQT   QET
  REYNOSA                   MMRX   REX
  SALTILLO                  MMIO   SLW
  SAN CRISTOBAL             MMSC   SZT
  SAN FELIPE                MMSF   SFE
  SAN JOSE DEL CABO         MMSD   SJC
  SAN LUIS POTOSI           MMSP   SLP
  TAMPICO                   MMTM   TAM
  TAPACHULA                 MMTP   TAP
  TEPIC                     MMEP   TNY
  TERAN                     MMTB
  TIJUANA                   MMTJ   TIJ
  TOLUCA                    MMTO   TLC
  TORREON                   MMTC   TRC
  TUXTLA GUTIERREZ          MMTG   TGZ
  URUAPAN                   MMPN   UPN
  VERACRUZ                  MMVR   VER
  VILLAHERMOSA              MMVA   VSA
  ZACATECAS                 MMZC   ZCL



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NAVAIDS / ATS SERVICES,
FEE CHARGES.

       The fees for services that SENEAM provides have been
       included in articles 150 and 152, and article 2, fraction XV
       of the Federal Law of Rights.

       Payment of the fee can be made using one of the two
       following regimes for any aircraft:

       REGIME I:
       Through the charges mentioned on article 150-A
       This regime is used mainly by the airlines, and by those users
       that have scheduled flights, or those whose aircraft weight
       makes it more convenient to pay for the services using the
       charges calculated according to article 150-A of the Federal
       Law of Rights.

       REGIME II:
       Through the charges included in every liter of gas
       provided to the aircraft, mentioned on article
       150-B
       This regime is used by the General Aviation, and those
       users that fly in Mexican airspace, in private airplanes.

       CASH PAYMENT:

       For this regime, no previous formality is necessary:
       The user will pay a cash fee of $0.87 (87 cents) of a
       Mexican peso, for each liter of fuel, dispensed to the
       aircraft, at the airports controlled by SENEAM.
       The concessionaire that dispenses the fuel will issue a
       receipt for the payment.


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MONTHLY PAYMENT:

Those users that have a fuel contract with Aeropuertos y
Servicios Auxiliares (ASA), should multiply the amount of
liters, times .87 Pesos and make the deposit within the
next ten days of the operation, doing it at BANCA
SERFIN, S.A. account number: 6410397 beneficiary: SCT,
SENEAM.

The user should FAX (52) (55)5726-1516 the receipt and
note of operations done to SENEAM, Art. 150-B Frac. III.

INTERNATIONAL OVERFLIGHT FEE PAYMENT.

Aircraft overflying Mexican airspace under this regime will
pay the fee multiplying 2.52 pesos, times the kilometers
flown from the entrance to the FIR, to the exit of the FIR.
The resulting amount, times the aircraft weight
(Art. 150-B, second last paragraph).
The amount should be deposited to SCT, SENEAM account
number: 6410397 BANCA SERFIN, S.A. and FAX
(5726-1516) the payment slip.

AIRPORT AND COMPLEMENTARY
SERVICES, FEE CHARGES
The fees for services that Aeropuertos y Servicios
Auxiliares (ASA)provides, are periodical established and
published indicating the application time of them. The cost
of different services includes subjects as: landing service,
platform parking of shipping and unshipping, long time
permanecy on platform, use of telescopic and air bridges,
planemates and buses, etc. To see actual cost check the
Web site: http://www.asa.gob.mx


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USE OF THE NAVIGATION SERVICES,
BEYOND THE AIRPORT OPERATION
SCHEDULE
       The services provided by SENEAM beyond the airport
       operation schedule, will be paid at a rate of $ 223.00
       pesos per/half an hour or a part of it.

       These services will be paid to SCT, SENEAM account
       number: 6410397, BANCA SERFIN S.A., the day after the
       services were provided.

       The user should then FAX (52) (55) 5726-1516 a copy of the
       payment slip and a list of operations. (Art.150-C last
       paragraph).

       NOTES:
           --- All fees will be updated in the months of
               January and July.

              --- All actual fees and rights, are required by
                  Law, to be displayed at all:
                                     - Commandances,
                                      - Flight Services Stations
                                         - FOB’s.

       For inquiries, contact:
       Mr. Sergio Chávez Martín del Campo
       Phone Number:           (52) (55) 5726-1561
                               (52) (55) 5726-1562
                               (52) (55) 5726-1563
       Fax:                     (52) (55) 5726-1516
       e-mail address:      schavezm@sct.gob.mx


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ANNEX I




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ANNEX II




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           Normal fees for private non-commercial
                aircraft items are as follows:

1) Single or Multi. Entry aircraft authorization
2) Landing fee, small single engine
3) Landing fee, small twin
4) Overnight parking at controlled airports

In some cases, a ramp fee will be charged for short periods of time.

(Note, some fees are based on weight of the aircraft)

Note, insure that you always get a receipt for all payments.




     NOTE: Further changes to this information will be included in
            Secretaria de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT)
                   Web Site: www.sct.gob.mx, where also
                     its available aditional data.


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