Is a Federal Government entity and represents the sectorial authority, responsible for promoting adequate transport and communications networks to contribute to services accessibility, and cope with globalization trends.
Its objective is to guarantee modern and adequate transportation infrastructure to contribute to the sustainable growth of the country by providing competitive and quality services.
Area in charge of planning, coordinating and evaluating air transport sustained and sustainable growth.
Deconcentrated organism responsible for addressing requirements related to air navigation and air traffic control
Decentralized unit that designs, builds and operates airport terminals. As of December 2016, ASA operates 18 concessions and participates as shareholder in five concessions.
Majority state-owned company responsible for operating and rehabilitating Mexico City International Airport, including airport complementary and commercial services.
Majority state-owned company that is in charge of the construction and future operation of the Mexico New International Airport, according to the concession title issued by the Federal Government.
Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte (OMA)
Private concessionaire that operates 13 international airports in the northern and central regions of Mexico.
Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR)
Private concessionaire that operates 9 international airports in the southeast region.
Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP)
Private concessionaire that operates 12 international airports in the Pacific region.
The Santa Lucía Military Air Base, located in Zumpango, State of Mexico, and just 45 km from the Benito Juárez International Airport of Mexico City (AICM), will be transformed into the Felipe Ángeles International Airport to be together with the AICM and the Toluca International Airport is part of a comprehensive airport network in the metropolitan area of Mexico City.
SCT establishes medium and long term sectorial programs for airport infrastructure development, based on the objectives and strategies defined by the National Development Plan and the National Infrastructure Program. The principal objectives are to a) provide long term solution to the increasing demand of airport services in Mexico City metropolitan area; b) supervise the performance of national airlines; c) implement bilateral airspace agreements; d) certify airport facilities according to international standards; e) provide training to crew members and air control staff; and, f) update regulation regarding security matters.
SCT identifies airport infrastructure projects to be developed, in accordance with planning documents Unsolicited proposals of PPP projects must be aligned to national and sectorial plans.
The Civil Aviation General Direction (SCT) provides guidelines for state-owned companies to structure, by themselves or by means of third parties, the necessary pre-investment studies and analysis, required for the development of new airport projects.
For those projects that require federal funds, SCT presents a registration application to the Investment Unit of the Ministry of Finance (whether funded with fiscal budget or by the National Infrastructure Fund or FONADIN).
The CIGFD will evaluate the projects that require the allocation of federal funds, and will decide its inclusion in the draft of the annual expenditure budget. Additionally, this commission will determine the prioritization of the projects based on a) socioeconomic profitability; b) its impact in extreme poverty reduction; c) regional development, and d) concurrence with other programs and investment projects.
- Projects that require federal funds are authorized by the House of Representatives.
- Projects with funding from FONADIN are authorized by the Fund.
- The IU will issue an opinion of economic viability for those projects that do not require public resources.
The Civil Aviation General Direction and/or the involved state-owned companies are responsible for the promotion of the projects
The bidding process is responsibility of the participating state-owned companies, and the process must be registered in CompraNet.
Different sources of funds are available for the projects, depending on their particular characteristics and their financial structure, including federal funds or PEF, and funds form FONADIN, Banobras, commercial banks, institutional and private developers, and from institutional investors.
Execution and Operation
Carried out by the operators (GACM, ASA, OMA, ASUR) and by the Metropolitan Airport System.