Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares

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Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares
Type Government-owned corporation
Industry Air transport
Founded 1965
Headquarters Mexico, Mexico City
Key people Gilberto Lopez Meyer (CEO)
Products Airport operations and services, aviation fuel
Employees 2500
Website www.asa.gob.mx

Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares (ASA) is a federal government-owned corporation with its own equity capital and legal identity. It has its headquarters in Mexico City in Venustiano Carranza, Mexico City.[1] It was created by the Mexican Federal Government in June 1965 to oversee management, operations and development of Mexico's airports. Today, it operates 19 airports and have participation in other 4, also provides aviation fuel into-plane service at 63 Locations.

Airports operated by ASA[edit]

Mexican Airports

Airports operate by ASA[2]
Airport City State ICAO IATA
Ing. Alberto Acuña Ongay International Airport Campeche Campeche
MMCP
CPE
Chetumal International Airport Chetumal Quintana Roo
MMCM
CTM
Ciudad del Carmen International Airport Ciudad del Carmen Campeche
MMCE
CME
Ciudad Obregón International Airport Ciudad Obregón Sonora
MMCN
CEN
General Pedro J. Méndez International Airport Ciudad Victoria Tamaulipas
MMCV
CVM
Lic. Miguel de la Madrid Airport Colima Colima
MMIA
CLQ
General José María Yáñez International Airport Guaymas Sonora
MMGM
GYM
Loreto International Airport Loreto Baja California Sur
MMLT
LTO
General Servando Canales International Airport Matamoros Tamaulipas
MMMA
MAM
Nogales International Airport Nogales Sonora
MMNG
NOG
Quetzalcóatl International Airport Nuevo Laredo Tamaulipas
MMNL
NLD
Palenque International Airport Palenque Chiapas
MMPQ
PQM
El Tajín National Airport Poza Rica Veracruz
MMPA
PAZ
Hermanos Serdán International Airport Puebla Puebla
MMPB
PBC
Puerto Escondido International Airport Puerto Escondido Oaxaca
MMPS
PXM
Tamuín National Airport Tamuín San Luis Potosí
MMTN
TSL
Tehuacán Airport Tehuacán Puebla
MMHC
TCN
Amado Nervo International Airport Tepic Nayarit
MMEP
TPQ
Lic. y Gen. Ignacio López Rayón International Airport Uruapan Michoacán
MMPN
UPN

Passenger's number[edit]

Number of passengers at each airport by 2013:[3]

Rank Airport City State Passengers
1 Ciudad del Carmen International Airport Ciudad del Carmen Campeche 548,941
2 Hermanos Serdán International Airport Puebla Puebla 292,152
3 Ciudad Obregón International Airport Ciudad Obregón Sonora 191,242
4 Ing. Alberto Acuña Ongay International Airport Campeche Campeche 166,271
5 Chetumal International Airport Chetumal Quintana Roo 151,087
6 Puerto Escondido International Airport Puerto Escondido Oaxaca 121,703
7 El Tajín National Airport Poza Rica Veracruz 113,496
8 Lic. y Gen. Ignacio López Rayón International Airport Uruapan Michoacán 113,101
9 Lic. Miguel de la Madrid Airport Colima Colima 108,265
10 General Servando Canales International Airport Matamoros Tamaulipas 96,986
11 Amado Nervo International Airport Tepic Nayarit 88,417
12 General Pedro J. Méndez International Airport Ciudad Victoria Tamaulipas 79,765
13 Quetzalcóatl International Airport Nuevo Laredo Tamaulipas 70,191
14 Loreto International Airport Loreto Baja California Sur 53,474
15 General José María Yáñez International Airport Guaymas Sonora 27,291
16 Tehuacán Airport Tehuacán Puebla 3,248
17 Nogales International Airport Nogales Sonora 3,103
18 Tamuín National Airport Tamuín San Luis Potosí 1,842
19 Palenque International Airport Palenque Chiapas 1,754
Total 2,232,329

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Home." Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares. Retrieved on December 20, 2010. "Av.602 No.161 Col.Zona Federal Aeropuerto Internacional Ciudad de México Delegación Venustiano Carranza, C.P.15620, México D.F."
  2. ^ "Service Network (in Spanish)". Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares. January 2013. Retrieved 2013-08-24. 
  3. ^ "Operational Statistics of Airports in the ASA Network (in Spanish)". Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares. January 2014. Retrieved 2014-09-23. 

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