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High quality legal advice, equivalent to such in the most sophisticated legal service markets. We want you to realize that Mexico is equipped with world-class legal advisors who are willing and able to represent your business with care, professionalism and with in-depth knowledge of the law.

The ability and training of our lawyers and staff is paramount. We are deeply proud to be the standard bearer of aeronautical law in Mexico.


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Our firm is proud to provide its services in various areas of specialization to companies and entities from around the world looking to resolve their legal needs and requirements in Mexico.

Aviation Law

Aircraft finance & Leasing

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& Mediation

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Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Miguel Torruco Marqués, and the President of the National Chamber of Air Transportation (Canaero), Diana Olivares Abrego, have held a meeting to discuss joint actions to benefit air transportation users and boost tourism in the country. During the meeting, they highlighted the importance of air connectivity for tourism, with 34.4 million seats scheduled to be flown to Mexico by 2024. They also discussed the creation of 424 international flights during the current administration, with a significant percentage coming from North America. 

In addition, they addressed the implementation of automated technological tools for immigration surveillance and the provision of efficient access to international tourists through signage and special lanes. Both parties emphasized the importance of collaboration between authorities and the private sector to strengthen infrastructure and air connectivity and further establish Mexico as a tourism powerhouse.

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The Federal Civil Aviation Agency (AFAC) and the Mexican Airspace Navigation Services (SENEAM) have successfully completed a verification program for radio aids throughout Mexico. Over the past two months, 95% of the existing radio aids in the country have been reviewed and calibrated, surpassing international operating margins. This achievement required an unprecedented amount of work, but was necessary to ensure air safety. The efforts of SENEAM engineers, who maintained the navigation systems within operating standards, were presented to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) as evidence of compliance with international regulations. 

SENEAM also used advanced technology to keep the navigation systems permanently calibrated. Throughout the verification program, the AFAC conducted numerous aerial verifications with the support of SENEAM engineers to ensure that air navigation equipment was functioning properly. Overall, this program has been successful in aligning Mexico’s radio aids with international standards and improving air safety in the country.

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According to Fernando Vásquez, sales manager for the executive sector of Honeywell’s Avionics systems for Central America and Mexico, Mexico is among the countries with the best air safety. Vásquez explains that air safety regulations are established by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to ensure balance worldwide. While each region and country has its own aeronautical regulations, they are based on ICAO standards and must evolve alongside technological advancements. Vásquez emphasizes the importance of various components on board aircraft for ensuring safety, such as navigation systems, communications systems, and air surveillance.

 Honeywell designs equipment that adheres to established safety standards and also has the ability to enhance capabilities and improve air safety. Vásquez highlights Honeywell’s invention and improvement of the Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS), which protects aircraft from ground impacts and enables safer approaches. Honeywell also updates onboard computers with hardware and software equivalent to the regulations of different countries.

The Mexico City Benito Juarez International Airport (AICM) has announced an investment of 2,200 million pesos for maintenance, conservation, and modernization works at the airport. The investment includes the acquisition of security equipment such as baggage scanners and explosives detection equipment, as well as a runway rehabilitation program and the maintenance of terminal buildings and operational areas. Some of the projects are already underway, while others are in the public bidding stage. 

The funding for these works consists of 1,495 million pesos from fiscal resources and 705,7 million pesos from the airport’s own resources. Additional plans include rehabilitating the drainage system and sumps in the operational area, replacing elevators, acquiring rescue equipment, and purchasing air conditioning equipment for terminal buildings 1 and 2. The remaining funds will be allocated for projects related to the rehabilitation of the taxiway, drainage, restrooms, elevators, stairs, and air conditioning equipment.

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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) will no longer receive subsidies once it reaches its break-even point and starts making profits. He highlighted that AIFA has the highest cargo movement in the country, which would enable it to generate income in a short period of time. When questioned about subsidies for AIFA, the President stated that they will not be granted for the airport’s operations, emphasizing that the airport will primarily serve the transportation of merchandise for airlines. 

The general manager of AIFA, Isidoro Pastor, predicted that the break-even point would be reached in the first quarter of 2024, earlier than the Master Development Plan’s estimation of March 2027. Financial information of the Santa Lucia airport showed that AIFA had a profit of 77.9 million pesos in the first quarter of the year, with income primarily coming from the Airport Use Fee (TUA) and total expenses for the operation of the terminal amounting to 412 million pesos (mxn). 



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