The following information regarding Mexico's reopening status is from Manny Aviation, a full-service handling company based in Mexico:

  1. On June 1st, the Governor of the state of Quintana Roo (home of MMUN & MMCZ) announced a plan to reactivate the tourism industry. A traffic light model has been established for a gradual and orderly return to normality, based on factors such as geographic region and active cases.

    Instructions have been issued for the reopening of 30% of the hotel sector, following strict hygiene protocols for guests and employees as well as measures in food services and limited occupancy levels. This is excellent news for tourism in Mexico as it points towards reopening more touristic areas.  We will inform you of updates as received in an appropriate and timely manner.

    For trip specific information, we recommend you contact your preferred handler to verify the measures implemented directly at the hotel.

    It is vital to stay informed regarding the latest restrictions due to the coronavirus and the impact they may have on operations. Currently, Mexico is in Phase 3, which does not present significant changes concerning the previous phases.

    Tourist flights are not prohibited, although it must be considered that the beautiful beaches, restaurants, and bars throughout the country were closed through May 31.  In addition, most hotels are closed by official instructions.
  1. Another consideration is that the sale of alcohol has also been banned in some parts of the country.  In other areas, specific hours have been established for its purchase.   It is challenging to release individual notifications of these measures as they are established locally.   The best practice is to verify each location with your preferred handler. Crew and passengers are still required to present health questionnaire upon arrival. This form can be filled out electronically at http://afac.hostingerapp.com/Once completed, you will receive confirmation that can be shown using your phone or Ipad. 

Here is the updated list of airports operating with hours restrictions:

MMAN current operational hours are from 1400 to 2300 UTC only, overtime available previous request.

MMCZ current operational hours are from 1200 to 0200 UTC only, overtime available for Ambulance Flights only.

MMDO current operational hours are from 1100 to 0100 UTC only, no overtime allowed.

MMLM current operational hours are from 1300 to 0100 UTC only, no overtime allowed.

MMLO current operational hours are from 1200 to 0200 UTC only.

MMLP Current operational hours are from 1300 TO 0100 UTC only, overtime available for Ambulance Flights only.

MMLT current operational hours are from 1500 to 0000 UTC only, no overtime allowed.

MMMD current operational hours are from 1500 to 2300 UTC only, no overtime allowed

MMML current operational hours are from 1200 to 0200 UTC only, no overtime allowed. Only accepting humanitarian and medevac flights.

MMMY current operational hours are from 1300 to 0100 UTC only, overtime available previous request.

MMPR current operational hours are from 1200 to 0200 UTC only, no overtime allowed.

MMPS currently closed for General Aviation.

MMSD current operational hours are from 1300 to 0300 UTC only, no overtime allowed.

MMTM current operational hours are from 1200 to 0200 UTC only, no overtime allowed. Ops need to be notified 24 hrs in advance.

MMTP current operational hours are from 1200 to 0200 UTC only, no overtime allowed.

 

For any questions contact Phil Tyler at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

6/05/2020

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