MEXICO | Cancun | Cancun International Airport


A ground support facility at Cancun International Airport, supporting trips throughout Mexico

Jessica Diaz

On behalf of our team,
welcome to Cancun!

I am incredibly proud of the exceptional level of customer service that my team delivers; we apply efficiency and attention to detail to every request.

We support regional, domestic, and international operators alike. No matter what you require, from flight logistics and ground handling to overnight hangar facilities and concierge services, my team will deliver the same meticulous service every time.

It is important that we continue to set the benchmark for excellence and professionalism in all we do. For your onward travel, we support operations at more than 60 airports throughout Mexico.

I look forward to welcoming you on your next visit.


Jessica Diaz

Station Manager
Universal Aviation Mexico – Cancun

Four different ways we can take care of your
ground support needs throughout Mexico

  • We operate ground support facilities at MMCZ, MMSD, MMTO, and MMUN.
  • We have trained and badged ground handling representatives stationed at over 60 additional airports.
  • We can send our representatives to meet you at any destination.
  • We can help coordinate ground support for any location.


Ground support capabilities

Languages spokenSpanish and English
Customs and immigration?Yes – located in main terminal
Contract fuel available?Yes
Conference rooms?No
Limousine service and car rental?Yes
Crew accommodation arrangements?Yes
Security arrangements?Yes
Maintenance?Yes – by arrangement
Direct ramp access?Yes
Computerized worldwide weather briefings?Yes
Baggage handling?Yes
Permit coordination?Yes
Lav service?Yes

Flight support

ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II:No restrictions
RNAV5/RNAV10 airspace:Not implemented
8.33 MHz channel spacing:Not required
Airport fire protection category:MMUN: 9


Directions to airport

From the hotel zone in Cancun, go west on Kukulkan. Take a left on Bonampak (heading south). Turn right onto Nichupté Pte. At the traffic circle, take the 5th exit onto Tulum. Continue onto Carretera Federal 307/Luis Donaldo Colosio/Mexico 307 and continue to follow it south. Take the exit at the airport.

Directions to office

The fixed-base operator (FBO) and general aviation ramp is adjacent to Terminal 1 at MMUN. Once you get the airport, you will see our UVavemex name on the sign under the name of the FBO facility. Head straight until past the guardhouse, where you will approach the FBO. Contact us before arriving, and we’ll have a representative waiting to meet you at the front door.

Facility contact information

Carretera Cancun Chetumal KM22
C.P. 77565
Cancun Q ROO

Location FAQ

Hours of operation0001 – 2359
Airport restrictions?No
Noise restrictions?No
Slots required?No
VIP passenger lounge?Yes
VIP crew lounge?Yes
Air conditioning?Yes
Internet access/Wi-Fi?Yes
Digital newspapersNo
Flight-plan filing?Yes
Prayer room?No
VIP catering?Yes
Oxygen Service Available?Available from third-party on request

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Contact Information

Contact details for Universal Aviation at MMUN
Contact detailLocation detail
Main office:Cancun, Mexico
Other office(s):Cozumel (MMCZ)
San Jose del Cabo (MMSD)
Toluca (MMTO)
Locations served:All of Mexico
Radio frequency:132.475 MHz
Station manager:Jessica Diaz
Phone:+52 722 2731156 (MMTO)
+52 998 8 98 85 83
Mobile:+52 998 2 79 00 19
Fax:+52 722 2793066 (MMTO)
+52 998 898 8583
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