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The easiest airport for quick, friendly AOE processing into Mexico. 100LL available. Best port of entry for GA in Mexico.

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VOR MEX location is offset in the image

I have coordinates 19.439339 -99.066803 for VOR MEX. But this lat & long place the VOR to the far north-east of the real VOR location shown on the image. Are the coordinates published correct or there is a problem with the coordinate system used?

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re: Location

Reply to @Bill35: Updated.

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Beautiful well kept airport

Hangar avialable

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Pilatus PC24

First Flight into Los Cabos for Pilatus PC24!

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Wish I could visit ... My Grandmother was born there at

Amatlan De Jora , Mexico ... When she left only way to go or come was by plane ... Now I see roads and vehicles .. She passed away at age 106 in good health ... Walking and talking ..

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Runway 14 - 32

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My airport

Elevation 5010ft


Runway length 2230 ft

Runway q45-32

Radio freq 123.40

No fuel

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Great well maintained

Nice terminal and easy fuel

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Nice but expensive

Cheap flights, expensive shops. It's a nice airport though each terminal is quite small, and the new T4 didn't have wifi installed when we transited there at the end of March. Be prepared for heat if you go outside, and cold A/C if you remain inside. Airside shopping in T4 is fair but food is overpriced.

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Runways 18 36

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Runways 02 and 20

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NDB AN BOING 245 kHz Decommissioned

Decommissioned Apr 2007.

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NDB DEORO 210 kHz Decommissioned

Decommissioned Feb 2009.

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AΓΊn opera?

AΓΊn opera?

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Does this airport fly to Mrxico City ?

Via AeroMexico Airlines.

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Nice New airport

Alot of walking to file

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This is a private Ag field

Very nice and helpful people

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Updated the local identifier to AICM

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Very cute airstrip - taking of above the water

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Hidden in the jungle

No personnel. Abandoned, but in good condition.

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need one new

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Runway is actually in Jalisco. Buenavista TomatlΓ‘n is in MichoacΓ‘n.

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Land here to see the whales

Gravel strip in good condition. No services. Nearest fuel is @ MMLT.

When the gray whales are in the lagoon, this is where to land to take a boat out to see them.

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Airport / City Review

It is a standard airport with some international flights. Not too many people moving around. Mid point between Cancun and Mexico Southeast Region. Make should you get into the airport approved taxis or you might be into a little surprise /Force $$$ donation) using the street taxis that hang around the airport. The city is quite and there is an US Consulate. Hotel are good (usually US chain hotels). Tourist oriented city.

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Travel comments

Small airport , very busy as it serves Pemex to move people around to their drilling / Production platforms via helo. Direct flights to Houston. Security is standard, for international flights be there 2 hours ahead, as they (Intl carriers) have a more strict security "check in" procedure. Baggage claim area is small, so be patient, as local and international flights may mix in the same area. Customs is piece of cake, just have your documents ready for the Migra people.

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Airport name

The actual name in Spanish for this airport is "El Gallito"

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re: re: closed?

Reply to @dmomper: It's data that the CoPilot app for iPhone pays for which I'm not allowed to share with the rest of the world except through the iPhone app. I'd love to give a full dump to this site, but I'll have to settle for just manually verifying things people say in the comments.

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re: closed?

Reply to @ptomblin: Thanks for the quick confirmation! What is the EAD data that you refer to? Is this a publicly available source on airport info?

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re: closed?

Reply to @dmomper: It was in EAD data up until 2015-06-29 with ICAO code 'MMPO", but now it's gone.

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As best I can tell, this airport has no actual code assigned. Doing a code search on IATA's site ( for PNO yields no results. I suspect the airport might be closed. Can anybody else verify?

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Hangar space is available by calling 647-428-0222 at Hacienda de los Santos Resort & Spa. Space is limited to singles and light twins with a maximum capacity of twelve aircraft. Ramp overnight fees are about 200 pesos per night which includes landing and parking per night. Very secure with a large military presence, all paved runway and two ramps, Windsock directly across from the tower and one on top of the hangar. Taxi service available by asking 'Daniel' at the tower to call a taxi, or complimentary service through Hacienda de los Santos, as well as complimentary hangar parking for hotel guests.

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BOLO El Chapo Guzman

Report El Chapo Guzman flight to Marinas.

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BOLO El Chapo Guzman

Be on lookout for small or large aircraft with El Chapo Guzman.

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Be on the Lookout for EL Chapo GUZMAN

Report any sightings of EL Chapo Guzman to Marinas.

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BOLO El Chapo

Report any flight plan filed for EL Chapo Guzman to Marinas.

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Be on the lookout for flight plan by El Chapo Guzman. Contact Las Marinas.

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Contact Marinas

Please contact the Marinas if you see or hear of EL CHAPO Guzman flying or wanting to fly out of here.

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Not been here yet !!

Tried to plan a flight here but had to do lots of homework just to find out the the runway was closed for maintenance

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Good Facility

No Services available

Had to wait for stupid security issue just to get into Comandante's office to file a flight paln.

Easy access to the city

Pleanty of car rentals avaiable

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Excellent facility

Just opened a general aviation terminal

Good service

Usual Mexican paper work shuffle

Lots of walking no signs !!!

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Nice Facility

Easy entry

no tie downs

plenty of parking

Good controller

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Large Runways

Long runways and tower with NO traffic.

Very helpful people on the ground

Easy in and out

Long way to ruins but worth it !!

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Beautiful New AIrport

Great new runway and terminal NO 100LL

Alot of walking to file a flight plan

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Baja trip


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I would like to visit here

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Airport Phone Numbers

Tower = 011 52 985-851-0416

Airport = 011 52 985-851-0409

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The World's First Airport* Dedicated Strictly to Unmanned Dr

The world's first airport designed specifically for unmanned aircraft boasting a 2 ac 20,519ftΒ² runway, will be opening in Mexico, near Queretaro named " Alfa, Charlie, Union, Lima, Charlie, Oscar" as a first step in getting UAVs and drone pilots working together in the same airspace.

The purpose of this training and flight site is to figure out how to safely and ethically fly unmanned aerials systems in the national air space, just like a manned aircraft is flown.

The sky is literally the limit. The opening of various new aerospace plants in Mexico (since 2010) indicates the industry's confidence in Mexico's capabilities as the country's battered economy emerges from recession. Mexico has a fantastic climate diversity and large amount of air space located in areas that is very remote, where there is no chance of causing a safety problem.


Drone prototypes continue to be developed and tested in Mexico. In other words, advanced unmanned commercial systems might as well have nowhere to fly at all. In the meantime, by not dragging its feet for another fifteen years, Mexico will draw unmanned systems developers that are serious about integrating their robotic systems into a national airspace to its shores for development and testing.

The industry is moving forward. Mexico will be the first country with drone airport, the very first flight, testing and training site.

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airport demolished

Per Google Earth, La Encarnacion Airport was built over between 2006 and 2008. Is now housing development.

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