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Far Part 135 and 121 Permits

INDEFINITE PERMIT APPLICABLE TO CHARTER, AMBULANCE AND CARGO OPERATORS (FAR PART 135 AND 121)

The Mexican Civil Aviation Authority ("the Mexican CAA") may grant an indefinite permit for transport of passengers, cargo and/or ambulance for an entire aircraft fleet. Once obtained, the permit can be modified by adding or removing aircraft. The annual verification must take place according to the requirements of the permit. The documents required by law to be filled before the Mex CAA are:

Original:

  • Notarized Power of Attorney duly Apostilled or legalized by the Mexican Foreign Agency (Servicio Exterior Mexicano) if your country is not member of the Treaty of Apostille
  • By Laws (Articles of Incorporation) duly Apostilled or legalized
  • Letter issued by the Mex CAA which certifies the Operation Specifications Manual, in compliance with NOM-008-SCT3-2002 (Official Mexican Regulation)*

Copy:

  • DOT (for passengers and cargo) is a certificate of registration as an air taxi operator under Part 298 of the Department’s Regulations (14CFR PART 298 domestic air transportation, foreign air transportation and transportation of mail by aircraft) or air cargo operator issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation or License of ambulance issued by your Aeronautical Authority of origin
  • Air Carrier Certificate
  • General Operations Manual issued by the Federal Aviation Administration or your aeronautical authority of origin
  • Certificate of Aircraft Registration (per each aircraft)
  • Certificate of Airworthiness (per each aircraft)
  • Insurance Policy issued by a Mexican entity (Insurance Policy acceptable per aircraft fleet), please include the payment receipt
  • Insurance Policy issued by your country of origin or Worldwide Insurance Policy *
  • Safety Management System Manual
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) Letter signed by the Maintenance Manager stating that the aircraft have installed tansmitter emergency locator equipment operating in the 406 MHZ

*We can arrange it on your behalf.

AMENDMENTS TO THE INDEFINITE PERMIT OR ADDITIONS TO IT

Documentation required:

Original:

  • Notarized Power of Attorney duly Apostilled or legalized by the Mexican Foreign Agency (Servicio Exterior Mexicano) if your country is not member of the Treaty of Apostille
  • Letter issued by the Mex CAA in reference to the certified Operation Specifications Manual*

Copy:

  • Certificate of Aircraft Registration
  • Certificate of Airworthiness
  • Air Carrier Certificate
  • Insurance Policy issued by a Mexican entity (Insurance Policy acceptable per aircraft fleet), please include the payment receipt
  • Insurance Policy issued by your country of origin or Worldwide Insurance Policy
  • Your Indefinite Charter, Ambulance or Cargo Permit in force
  • Last amendment to the Permit (if applicable)*
*We can request it for you

INDEFINITE PERMIT / ANNUAL VERIFICATION

Documentation required:

Original:

  • Notarized Power of Attorney duly Apostilled or legalized by the Mexican Foreign Agency (Servicio Exterior Mexicano) if your country is not member of the Treaty of Apostille
  • Monthly Statistic Report issued by the Mex CAA
  • Proof of no debt issued by the Mex CAA
  • Letter issued by the Mex CAA which certifies the Operation Specifications Manual, in compliance with NOM-008-SCT3-2002 (Official Mexican Regulation) should be renewed its validity every two years

Copy:

  • Insurance Policy issued by the country of origin or Worldwide Insurance Policy
  • Insurance Policy issued by a Mexican entity (Insurance Policy acceptable per aircraft fleet), including the payment receipt
  • Indefinite Charter, Ambulance or Cargo Permit
  • Last amendment to the Permit (if applicable)
Authorizations
Far Part 91 Authorizations

Articles 28 and 29 of the Mexican Civil Aviation Law provide for private non-commercial air transportation. Foreign operators of private, non-commercial aircraft may fly to and from Mexico on a multiple entry basis with an authorization from the Mex CAA. The first landing must be at an International Airport.

MULTIPLE ENTRY (ANNUAL) AUTHORIZATION (FAR PART 91)

Copy:

  • Power of Attorney. For informational purposes we have placed a text of such letter in its English and Spanish versions in the Download section
  • Certificate of Aircraft Registration
  • Certificate of Airworthiness
  • Mexican Insurance Policy (just if the Insurance Policy from your country does not cover Mexican territory)
  • Insurance Policy issued by your country of origin or Worldwide Insurance Policy
  • The license and medical certificate of the pilots-copilots

It is important to consider the following note:

"IN THOSE CASES WHERE THE HOLDER OF THE REGISTRATION AND THE ENTITY INSURED ARE NOT THE SAME, THE FILING OF A DOCUMENT WHERE SUCH CIRCUMSTANCE CAN BE CLEARLY JUSTIFIED WILL BE NECESSARY, EITHER BY MEANS OF AN OPERATION AGREEMENT OR SOME OTHER KIND OF CONTRACT OR ENDORSEMENT LETTER WHICH THE INSURED IS THE HOLDER OF THE REGISTRATION."

We also like to remind you a letter of authorization on behalf of MANNY HANDLING SUPPORT, S.A. DE C.V., (DBA MANNY AVIATION SERVICES) will be necessary under the same terms and conditions as the one used in previous years. This means that only the Spanish version can be filed; for informational purposes we have placed a text of such letter in its English and Spanish versions in the Download section.

AUTHORIZATION FOR SINGLE USE GRANTED BY THE AIRPORT AVIATION AUTHORITY OFFICE

Copy:

  • Certificate of Aircraft Registration
  • Certificate of Airworthiness
  • Mexican Insurance Policy (just if the Insurance Policy from your country does not cover Mexican territory)
  • Insurance Policy issued by the country of origin or Worldwide Insurance Policy

SINGLE EVENT AUTHORIZATION FOR CHARTER, CARGO OR AIR AMBULANCE

Copy:

  • Power of Attorney. For informational purposes we have placed a text of such letter in its English and Spanish versions in the Download section
  • Certificate of Aircraft Registration
  • Certificate of Airworthiness
  • Air Carrier Certificate
  • Insurance Policy for commercial use issued by a Mexican entity (Insurance Policy acceptable per aircraft fleet), please include the payment receipt
  • Insurance Policy issued by the country of origin or Worldwide Insurance Policy
  • DOT (for passengers and cargo) is a certificate of registration as an air taxi operator under Part 298 of the Department’s Regulations (14CFR PART 298 domestic air transportation, foreign air transportation and transportation of mail by aircraft) or air cargo operator issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation or License of ambulance issued by your Aeronautical Authority of origin
  • For Air Ambulance Service, License of Ambulance issued by your aeronautical authority of origin

AUTHORIZATION FOR DEMO-FLIGHTS IN MEXICO

The ordinary requirements are:

  • Notarized Power of Attorney duly Apostilled or legalized by the Mexican Foreign Agency if your country is not member of the Treaty of Apostille
  • Airworthiness; Experimental Airworthiness and/or letter of authorization to conduct operations in the airspace for experimental flight testing
  • Certificate of Aircraft Registration
  • Mexican Insurance Policy issued by a Mexican entity (Insurance Policy acceptable per aircraft fleet), please include the payment receipt
  • Insurance Policy issued by the country of origin or Worldwide Insurance Policy
  • The area where demo flights will be performed and airports involved
  • Licenses and medical certificates from pilots proving technical capabilities

 

 

Mr. Pablo H. Torres, Mr. Alejandro Neda and Miss Edith Real are our Legal Representatives before the Mexican Civil Aviation Authority, you may contact them for any issues related to Permits and Authorizations at the following Mexico City office contact information: T +52 (55) 5202 0646 / F +52 (722) 273 1114 / CELL +52 1 (55) 5407 4831

 

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