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Good day, please find attached very important information concerning the correct airport exit and flight routes to use when filing ICAO FPL at Mexico.
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Did you know that Mexico has been recognized internationally as a country free of various pest and diseases that are harmful to agriculture, aquaculture and livestock production? Help us to maintain this status. When traveling to Mexico do not bring into the country plant or animal products that can affect us.More Info
We kindly ask you to see the MEMO attached in reference to the changes recently made by the “General Ruling for the Allowance and Entrance of Foreign Aircraft for a Private Transport use” which began to be current on May 20th, 2014. Pease also notice that the information will be modified eventually for Mexican Authorities, of course, you can have the certainty that we will be sharing the information obtained in a timely manner. We hope the information would be useful for you. Please feel free to share with us your concerns or doubts.
Air Charter Operators for Passengers, Air Ambulances and Cargo, respectfully be advise that the Mexican Civil Aviation Authority or so called Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC) in Mexico, is requesting all operators to present a Security Manual against Acts of Unlawful Interference (in Spanish) per the ruling under Article 44 of the Civil Aviation Law.More Info.
Respectfully be inform in accordance to Article 46 of the Law of Immigration, that the National Immigration Institute (“INM”) will begin enforcing a request for APIS (Advance Passenger Information System) submission to all aircraft coming in and out of Mexico; please note that this new requirement will apply to all types of operations (National and International, Far Part 91, 135 or 121, etc..) having as the date of its implementation December the 31st, 2013. Not complying with the APIS will result in a penalty up to $5,000.00 Dollars USCY approximately.More Info.