The Communications and Transport Ministry, (SCT) through its Civil Aviation General Direction (DGAC), is in charge of Civil Aviation in Mexico. As an active member of the “International Organization of Civil Aviation” (ICAO) it observes its laws, bylaws and standards as established therein.
To avoid penalization or fines:
All registered Foreign aircraft providing private service must carry the following documents on board:
All registered Mexican aircraft providing air taxi service within Mexico must carry the following documents on board:
The General Direction of Civil Aviation, (DGAC) through its airport commander, issues permits for multiple entries to foreign aircraft that wish to frequently land and take off in Mexican Airports. The following documentation is required to obtain this permit:
If you are planning to request a multi entry permit, make sure you bring a copy of all the documents required. The cost of the multi entry permit is $626.00 pesos. Regarding an air taxi aircraft, it is not allow to request a multi entry permit, you must pay $626.00 pesos each time you land in Mexico, so you need to bring with you the original documents at all times.
|Commander:||Ing. Alejandro Rangel Ocegueda.|
|Aeronautical inspectors:||Marco Antonio Gutierrez|
|Joaquin Walter Wilson Ramos|
|Address:||Libramiento Caborca-Sonoita #71 Col. Ejido Miramar,
Puerto Penasco, Sonora. Mexico C.P. 83552. Local #3.
|Phone number:||011 52 638 102 0412 from U.S.A.|
|Extra time services:||We Provide this service on the Client request
This National Institute checks the immigration status of those arriving in Mexico through the Mar de Cortes International Airport. It grants the following permits:
Every person must pay 262.00 pesos per non-inmigrant fee (DNI) per entry to Mexico and 52.00 pesos per migration services fee (DSM) going outbound. Additionally, if you land before airport opening or after closing, and you require inmigration services you also have to pay 1,409.00 pesos per aircraft. These charges are paid to the National Inmigration of Mexico and are fees different to those charge by the airport or other federal authorities.
For more information:
Phone: (52) 638 388 83 14
A government office that checks the quality of products imported into Mexico. Through Puerto Peñasco, an international port of entry, Customs grants different permits and/or licenses.
All aircraft must undergo a random search system, consisting of the following:
Each crew member has to declare to Mexican Customs the contents of his/her personal luggage and any additional articles he/she is carrying. Should the crew member have nothing to declare, he/she activates the mechanism of automatic selection that randomly indicates (with no one involved) if Customs is to examine his/her belongings or not.
Passengers from the border and neighboring areas in transit to the rest of Mexico may take with them a number of non-taxable ítems. For information on what these items are and the amounts permitted by Customs, check:
Phone: (52) 638 383 4666
If you want to know which food items you can bring into Mexico, please check the english tabs of the following webpages www.senasica.gob.mx/default.asp?id=602 and www.senasica.gob.mx, so you can facilitate your entry into Mexico and avoid any misunderstandings in your trip.