Mexican Airports by ICAO Code


Below is an alphabetical list of the Mexican airports we have included in this site
according to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and its 4-letter *ICAO airport codes, followed by – the city they serve – and the state in which they are located.

MMAA – Acapulco – Guerreo
MMAN – Monterrey (Del Norte) – Nuevo León
MMAS – Aguascalientes – Aguascalientes
MMBT – Huatulco – Oaxaca
MMCB – Cuernavaca – Morelos
MMCE – Cd. del Carmen – Campeche
MMCL – Culiacán – Sinaloa
MMCM – Chetumal – Quintana Roo
MMCN – Cd. Obregón – Sonora
MMCP – Campeche – Campeche
MMCS – Cd. Juárez – Chihuahua
MMCU – Chihuahua – Chihuahua
MMCV – Cd. Victoria – Tamaulipas
MMCZ – Cozumel – Quintana Roo
MMDO – Durango – Durango
MMEP – Tepic – Nayarit
MMGL – Guadalajara – Jalisco
MMGM – Guaymas – Sonora
MMHC – Tehuacán – Puebla
MMHO – Hermosillo – Sonora
MMIA – Colima – Colima
MMIO – Saltillo – Coahuila
MMLM – Los Mochis – Sinaloa
MMLO – León Del Bajío – Guanajuato
MMLP – La Paz – Baja California Sur
MMLT – Loreto – Baja california Sur
MMMA – Matamoros – Tamaulipas
MMMD – Mérida – Yucatán
MMML – Mexicali – Baja California
MMMM – Morelia – Michoacán
MMMT – Minatitlán – Veracruz
MMMX – Mexico City – Mexico City
MMMY – Monterrey (Mariano Escobedo) – Nuevo León
MMMZ – Mazatlán – Sinaloa
MMNG – Nogales – Sonora
MMNL – Nuevo Laredo – Tamaulipas
MMOX – Oaxaca – Oaxaca
MMPA – Poza Rica – Veracruz
MMPB – Puebla – Puebla
MMPG – Piedras Negras – Coahuila
MMPN – Uruapan – Michacán
MMPQ – Palenque – Chiapas
MMPR – Puerto Vallarta – Jalisco
MMPS – Puerto Escondido – Oaxaca
MMQT – Querétaro – Querétaro
MMRX – Reynosa – Tamaulipas
MMSD – Los Cabos – Baja California Sur
MMSP – San Luis Potosí – San Luis Potosí
MMTC – Torreón – Coahuila
MMTG – Tuxtla Gutiérrez – Chiapas
MMTJ – Tijuana – Baja California
MMTM – Tampico – Tamaulipas
MMTN – Tamuín – San Luis Potosí
MMTO – Toluca – State of Mexico
MMTP – Tapachula – Chiapas
MMUN – Cancún – Quintana Roo
MMVA – Villahermosa – Tabasco
MMVR – Veracruz – Veracruz
MMZC – Zacatecas – Zacatecas
MMZH – Zihuatenejo*Guerrero

*Zihuatanejo Airport is also known as Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo Airport,
however the former name is how the airport’s operator refers to the installations,
as we do in the rest of this Web site.

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International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

The ‘Mission’ of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is to ‘Achieve the sustainable growth of the global civil aviation system,’ which it undertakes through the development of policies and standards -in conjunction with governments around the world- to build aviation capacity, amongst many other activities.

The ICAO is a specialized UN agency which was created in 1944 at the time of the signing of the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention) which was agreed by the Convention’s 191 Signatory States, alongside the global air industry’s main actors and aviation organizations. As a group, the participitants develop international Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) which are then adopted by the member States, according to the official ICAO Web site.

These SARPs -of which there are currently over 10,000- are reflected in the (19) Annexes to the Chicago Convention and are thus overseen by the ICAO. In addition to these SARPs, the ICAO also elaborates complementary policies that contribute to the safety, efficiency and security of the aviation sector throughout the world.

ICAO Airport Codes

Possibly the best-known work of the ICAO among the general public is the designation of each airport’s 4-letter ICAO code, of which the first two letters represent the region and country, while the last two letters represent the airport or facility.

ICAO divides the planet into seven geographical regions as follows: Asia and Pacific (APAC), Eastern and Southern Africa (ESAF), Europe and North Atlantic (EUR/NAT), the Middle East (MID), North America, Central America and the Caribbean (NACC), South America (SAM), and Western and Central Africa (WACAF), all of which have their own head offices in charge of participating in the capacity-building efforts required by today’s global air transport network, which in all, operates over 100,000 daily flights around the globe.

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