Mexico Overflight Permit Regulation and Procedures

If you're an operator of a business jet or a commercial airline with plans to flyover Mexico airspace, obtaining a Mexico Overflight Permit from the Mexico Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is mandatory. As a flight dispatcher, it's important to have a good understanding of the requirements for obtaining this permit, including the fact that the issuing of an overflight permit confirms that there is no political or security objection to your airline, aircraft, or country of origin/destination and that there are no outstanding navigation fees due to the ATC authority.

  1. What are CAA's working hours, including whether they are open on weekends?
  2. Which aircraft documents must be submitted with the overflight request?
  3. Are there any fees charged by the CAA for processing the permit?
  4. What is the official validity period of the overflight permit, as determined by the CAA?
  5. How can the Mexico air navigation bill be obtained, either through IATA or a local agent?

What Details Are Needed To Acquire Mexico Overflight Permit :

  • Complete Flight Schedule
  • Entry / Exit & ATC Flight Plan
  • Lead Passenger Details ( Only for Passenger Flight )
  • Consignee & Consigner Details (Only for Cargo Flights)
  • List Of Required Aircraft Documents :
    1 - Air Operating Certificate ( Private Aircraft AOC Not Required )
    2 - Certificate of Airworthiness
    3 - Insurance Certificate
    4 - Noise Certificate
    5 - Registration Certificate

Mexico Sample Overflight Permits :

The issued overflight permit number must be inserted in Item 18 of your submiting Flight Plan.

  • Sample Permit Format
Mexico Overfly Permit : RMK/MEXICO OVF ( Will Be Display Soon )

Is There Any Offical Mexico Overflight Permit Processing Fees :

  • According To Mexico Civil Aviation
Officially there is "NO CAA Processing Fees" applied for issuance of Mexico Overflight Permit.

What Is Mexico Overflight Permit Validity :

  • Mexico overflight permit is valid for +24 hours (from their initial requested schedule).

How Many FIR's In Mexico Airspace :

  • Airspace of Mexico is currently having two flight information region (FIR).
  • Mexico FIR ICAO Codes are " MMFO, MMFR "

Who Will Issue Mexico Overflight Permits :

  • Mexico Civil Aviation Authority (MCAA)
  • Postal Address : DG Civil Aeronautics Providencia No. 807 6-piso. Colonia del Valle 03100 Mexico City, Mexico.

Who Is Responsible For Mexico Overflight Air Navigation Bill :

  • Mexico CAA will issue air navigation bill directly to the local agent who submit overflight permit request.

What Is Mexico Civil Aviation Authority Working Hours :

  • Mexico Civil Aviation Authority working hours ( 0100Z ) till ( 1000Z )..
  • Weekend In Mexico ( Sunday )

We Offer Below Mexico Overflight and Landing Permits Category :

  • Charter and Private Operator Services
  • Overflight Permits
  • Cargo Flight Overfly Permits
  • Commercial Airlines
  • Monthly Block Permits
  • Seasonal Block Overflight Permits
  • Overfly Country Navigation Settlement
  • Business Jets and Airliners Services
  • Landing Permits
  • Airport Parking Slot Arrangement

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List Of Airports In Mexico :

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We have direct contacts with worldwide Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) and in some countries in which CAA is only allowed to process permits through local agents, we have a very professional local representative team available to support our valued customers so that we would be able to arrange landing permits on a short term notice period.

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Travel Information :

Mexico is a country between the U.S. and Central America that's known for its Pacific and Gulf of Mexico beaches and its diverse landscape of mountains, deserts and jungles. Ancient ruins such as Teotihuacán and the Mayan city of Chichén Itzá are scattered throughout the country, as are Spanish colonial-era towns. In capital Mexico City, upscale shops, renowned museums and gourmet restaurants cater to modern life.

  • Puebla
Founded in 1531, Puebla, in central Mexico, is the fifth largest city in the country with over 2 million inhabitants. Its strategic location, halfway between the port of Veracruz and Mexico City, made it an important city. Today this charming colonial city pairs perfectly with hungry travelers, since it’s known as the gastronomic capital of Mexico. Be sure to try mole poblano, a traditional Mexican dish said to be invented here. Standing in the shadow of the volcano Popocatepetl, Puebla visitors also won’t want to miss the Catedral de Puebla, with its onyx statues and domed ceiling patterned after St. Peter’s in Rome. The nearby town of Cholula boast one of the largest pyramids ever built, though the structure has been badly neglected over the centuries.
  • Merida
Nicknamed the “White City”, Merida is the capital of Mexico’s Yucatan state. Founded by Spanish Conquistadors in 1542 upon an ancient Mayan city, Merida features numerous colonial buildings including the palace of a former Conquistador leader. The city’s main plaza, “El Zocalo,” is the location of many historic structures such as a 16th century cathedral, the Governor’s Palace and Old City Hall. The tree-lined street of El Pasea Montejo with its beautiful mansions reflects the city’s former glory days as the rope-making capital of the world. This street is a nice place to enjoy an evening walk after the heat of the day.
  • Taxco
Travelers with a passion for silver jewelry will naturally gravitate to Taxco, a colonial town famous for silverworks, especially jewelry. Located in northern Guerrero state, Taxco was once the most important mining region in the New World. Today, its streets paved with stones, huge colonial houses with balconies filled with colorful houses, small squares and silver workshops make Taxco one of the most popular places to visit in Mexico. Churches, such as Santa Prisca, offer great examples of baroque architecture. Holy Week is a good time to visit Taxco because of its All Souls processions where residents turn out to show their faith.
  • Copper Canyon
Copper Canyon, found in Chihuahua state, is actually a series of canyons that are larger and deeper than the Grand Canyon in the United States. Located in the Tarahumara Mountains, the canyons get their name from their greenish copper color. The most popular way to explore the Copper Canyon is on the “Chihuahua al Pacifico” Railway. The track passes over 37 bridges and through 86 tunnels, rising as high as 2,400 meter (7,900 feet) above sea level featuring spectacular views of the canyons below. More adventuresome travelers will enjoy the suspension bridges, zip lines, rock climbing and hiking trails.
  • Guanajuato
Guanajuato, capital of the state with the same name, doesn’t lack for charm. Cobblestone lanes, sidewalk cafes and some of the most stunning baroque architecture in North America give it a European flavor and are among Guanajuato’s drawing cards. The city also has a network of underground tunnels that serve as roads making this place really unique in the world. Founded in 1559, Guanajuato quickly became famous for its gold and silver mines. Some of the mines can be visited today; this includes La Valencia, one of the richest silver mines in the world. Next to the mine is the Church of San Cayetano, lavishly adorned with silver and gold. The city is a good place to enjoy traditional mariachi music.
  • Oaxaca
The capital city of the state by the same name, Oaxaca is located in a valley below the Sierra Madre mountains. Colonial architecture, archaeological sites, a tranquil atmosphere and one of the best Day of the Dead festivals make it a popular tourist destination in Southern Mexico. At the heart of Oaxaca is its charming town square, Zocalo, where tourists can admire beautiful colonial landmarks like the Santo Domingo church, tour museums, shop for souvenirs and relax at an outdoor cafe. Several archaeological sites around the city can be explored as well such as Monte Alban. Perched on a mountain, Monte Alban was the site of the ancient capital city of the Zapotec inhabitants. A visit here presents impressive views of the valley.
  • Mexico City
The capital of Mexico, Mexico City is one of the world’s largest cities comprised of many ethnic groups from all over the globe. Not only is this vast city the most important political, cultural and educational center in Mexico, but it is also one of the most important financial centers in Latin America. While there are no beaches in Mexico City, tourists will discover a great number of exciting things to see and do. The Historic Center is teeming in prominent landmarks such as the Plaza de la Constitucion, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Palace and the ruins of an ancient Aztec temple.
  • Teotihuacan
Egypt has its pyramids, and so does Teotihuacan, at one time the largest city not only in pre-Columbian Mexico but the entire world as well. The pyramids were built between 100 AD and 450 AD, a period when Teotihuacan was emerging as an important religious center in Mesoamerica. Indeed, its name means “birthplace of the gods”, a term coined by the Aztecs who found Teotihuacan centuries after its downfall. The most important monuments are the Pyramids of the Sun and Moon, and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl. Teotihuacan became famous for its urban planning, a concept that is followed in modern times today. Teotihuacan makes a good day trip from Mexico City, located just 50 km (30 miles) away.
  • Mexico Beach
Mexico has no shortage of beautiful beaches on its extensive coastlines, which include the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Some of Mexico’s beach destinations were once towns that gradually gained popularity as tourist destinations (such as Puerto Escondido) while others were conceived as resort towns from the outset (such as Cancun). And then there is Tulum, which started out as a Mayan city centuries before it became popular for its beaches. But all these popular beach destinations offer powdery sand and crystalline water along with an abundance of tourist amenities and attractions.
  • Chichen Itza
Situated in the Yucatán Peninsula, Chichen Itza is the most famous of all the great Mayan cities. This is somewhat ironic because its most famous structures do not have a typical Classic Mayan architecture but show strong influences from other civilizations from Central Mexico. It is also the most developed of the many Mayan ruins in Mexico and can get crowded. But the combination of grant scale monuments and the mysterious precise astronomical calculation in the buildings make Chichen Itza truly amazing. Many tourists visit Chichen Itza as a day trip, especially from Cancún or Merida but it is also possible to stay a night or two here.

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