MEXICO | Cancun
Cancun International Airport
A ground support facility at Cancun International Airport, supporting trips throughout Mexico
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.
Universal Aviation Mexico – Cancun
Four different ways we can take care of your
ground support needs throughout Mexico
Ground support capabilities
|Languages spoken||Spanish and English|
|Customs and immigration?||Yes – located in main terminal|
|UVair® contract fuel available?||Yes|
|Limousine service and car rental?||Yes|
|Crew accommodation arrangements?||Yes|
|Maintenance?||Yes – by arrangement|
|Direct ramp access?||Yes|
|Computerized worldwide weather briefings?||Yes|
|ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II:||No restrictions|
|RNP 5/RNP 10 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
Cancun Q ROO
|Hours of operation||0001 – 2359|
|VIP passenger lounge?||Yes|
|VIP crew lounge?||Yes|
Recent articles discussing operating in Mexico
from our Operational Insight blog
Bizav Ops to the 2015 Mexico Formula One Grand Prix
After an absence of 23 years, the Formula One Grand Prix is returning to Mexico City’s Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez race circuit October 30-November 1. Business aircraft operators planning to attend this top international racing event – 71 laps around a newly renovated race track – have many options available… Read more.
SENEAM Fees for Travel to or over Mexico – Part 2: Dealing with a SENEAM Suspension
When applying for a Mexican permit, you will not be notified of any outstanding Servicios a la Navegacion en el Espacio Aereo Mexicano (SENEAM) fees. Direccion General de Aeronautica Civil (DGAC) only processes landing permits and is not notified in advance of business aircraft operators… Read more.
SENEAM Fees for Travel to or over Mexico – Part 1: Calculating Fees & Managing Payments
Servicios a la Navegacion en el Espacio Aereo Mexicano (SENEAM) fees are incurred when operating within Mexican airspace and when using airports outside of normal operating hours (overtime). These fees cover navigation services such as NAV aids, radio services, radar surveillance, etc… Read more.
Mexico Landing Permit Changes – Part 2: Charter Operations
Charter (non-scheduled commercial) operators have the option of entering Mexico under either one-shot or blanket permits. While a one-shot permit can be obtained fairly quickly… Read more.
Mexico Landing Permit Changes – Part 1: Private Ops
Landing permits are required for both private non-revenue and charter (non-scheduled commercial) operations to Mexico. Private operators have the option of either one-shot or annual permits… Read more.
Operations to Mexico: Hotels, Local Area and Culture
For business aircraft operators traveling to Mexico, attention should be given to planning for hotels, security, and navigating local culture. From the hotel perspective, Mexico offers good crew accommodation options throughout the country. Best practice… Read more.
Operations to Mexico – Flight Planning, Weather & NOTAMs
When operating a business aircraft to Mexico, be aware of all flight plan nuances, as requirements differ for private non-revenue and charter (non-scheduled commercial) operations, as well as for international and domestic movements. A key consideration when operating to Mexico is determining if you have… Read more.
Mexico Charter Operations: Landing Permits and Cabotage
For charter flight operations into Mexico, two major considerations are landing permits and cabotage. In terms of permits, blanket charter landing permits are the preferred option for regular operators to Mexico. This process is document-intensive, requires a long lead time and involves… Read more.
Operational Tips for Mexico – Landing Permits for Private Aircraft
The landing permit process for Mexico varies from straightforward to complex, depending on the type of operation. While private non-revenue permits do not involve complex… Read more.
Operational Tips for Mexico – Jet Fuel, Security and Additional Services
When operating a business aircraft to Mexico, it’s important to plan in advance for fuel, and security, and other mission-critical services you will need for a successful trip… Read more.
Operational Tips for Mexico – PPRs and Slots
Prior Permission Required (PPR) and airport slot requirements apply only to a few locations in Mexico, but there are several nuances to consider when making those requests. Always be sure to provide appropriate lead times and be aware of PPR/airport slot revision policies… Read more.
Business Aviation Operations in Mexico – Navigating CIQ
For business aircraft operators, Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) procedures go more smoothly and quickly when documentation is forwarded in advance to your ground handler. Beware of visa requirements… Read more.
Business Aviation Operations in Mexico – Ground Handling
While full ground handler services and credit are available throughout Mexico for business aircraft operators, it’s best to work with your 3rd-party provider and ground handler in advance. For any special or… Read more.
Business Aviation Operations in Mexico – Understanding Airport Ops
Many airports in Mexico have curfews and overtime restrictions that should be taken into consideration when planning your next business aviation trip. It’s always best to coordinate with your 3rd-party provider and ground… Read more.
Mexico’s SENEAM Fee and Business Aviation – Part Two: Paying SENEAM Fees
While there are many parameters to consider when dealing with SENEAM fee payment issues, the process can become manageable when it and the requirements that must be met are known. It’s best practice to clear up any past-due… Read more.
Mexico’s SENEAM Fee and Business Aviation – Part One: Explaining SENEAM Fees
Overdue SENEAM navigation (nav) and overtime fees have become a hot-button topic within the business aviation industry this year. This is a unique situation, where operators must self-calculate, report, and pay nav and… Read more.
Operating to Mexico: 7 Logistical Tips for Your First Trip
For a successful and trouble-free trip to Mexico, it’s always best practice for business-aviation operators to plan for a range of logistical issues that may impact a flight. Documentation requirements, as well as operating restrictions, need… Read more.
Operating to Mexico: Overview of Landing Permits and Restrictions
Mexico is a frequent and straightforward destination for private non-revenue and charter (non-scheduled commercial) operators. However, there are a number of planning considerations to keep in mind. For private non-revenue operators, there are not… Read more.