Hermosillo International Airport

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Introduction to Hermosillo Airport

The Hermosillo Airport codes are as follows: IATA CODE: HMO // ICAO CODE: MMHO

The International Airport of Hermosillo (HMO), also known as the General Ignacio L. Pesqueira Garcia International Airport, is located 9.5 Kilometers to the west of the city and is operated by Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico, S.A.B. de C. V. (Grupo GAP).

The International Airport of Hermosillo was inaugurated on June 1st, 1953

The Hermosillo Airport, in addition to commercial activities, also acts as Air Base #18 for Mexico’s Air Force. The airport has just one terminal and one runway (15/23) in use (the alternative runway has been closed) and in total the airport covers an area of 260 hectares. Hermosillo was the 6th busiest of the 12 Mexican airports that make up the network operated by Grupo GAP in 2017.

Hermosillo handled 1,277,897 passengers in 2014, thus placing it 10th on Mexico’s busiest airports list


Arrivals & Departures – Hermosillo




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Airlines and Routes – Hermosillo Airport

Direct Domestic flights to / from Hermosillo

(February 4, 2020)

Hermosillo International Airport is currently served by 7 Mexican airlines; as a group, these carriers offer direct scheduled services to 21 domestic destinations. On the international front, the only option is one US destination, see below for international flights.

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The Mexican players serving HMO are the Guerreo Negro (GUB)-based air taxi Aereo Servicios Guerrero (2), along with the two regional carriers: Calafia Airlines (11) and TAR Aerolineas (5), plus the Mexican LCC: Interjet (1).

Both the Republic’s ULCCs: VivaAerobus (5) and Volaris (5) are also present here, along with the Grupo Aeroméxico carriers: Aeroméxico (1), the country’s flagship carrier, and its affiliate Aeroméxico Connect (1), below we list them under just Aeroméxico.

TAR Aerolìneas added services between Hermosillo and Mazatlan (MZT) -on June 21, 2018- followed by the connection (HMO-TIJ) Tijuana -launched on Nov. 11, 2018- with flights on Thurs. and Sun., thus seeing this regional carrier’s return to Tijuana after a two year absence

As of March 1, 2019., Volaris connected (HMO-CUU) Chihuahua -twice weekly- and (HMO-CJS) Ciudad Juárez -3 weekly services- plus (HMO-MID) Mérida, inaugurating the latter services with 3 weekly frequencies on Mon., Wed. and Fridays, to up its portfolio at HMO to 6 domestic destinations

in 2019, VivaAerobus united (HMO-MEX) Mexico City with daily direct flights -on March 31- followed by the Caribbean destination of Cancun -on June 1- with flights on Wed. & Sat. -originally seasonal but now regular- and then added direct services (HMO-SJD) Los Cabos -on June 10- with frequencies on Mon. & Thurs., so now offers 5 routes at Hermosillo

Mexico City (MEX) – Monterrey (MTY)
Aero Servicio Guerrero
Guaymas (GYM) – Guerrero Negro (GUB)
Cabo San Lucas (CSL) – Ciudad Constitución (CCB) – Ciudad Obregón (CEN) – Guadalajara (GDL) – Guaymas (GYM) – Guerrero Negro (GUB) – Isla Cedros (CDI) – La Paz (LAP) – Loreto (LTO) – Santa Rosalia (SRL) – Tijuana (TIJ)
Mexico City (MEX)
Chihuahua (CUU) – Ciudad Juarez (CJS) – Culiacán (CUL) – Mazatlán (MZT) – Mexicali (MXL)
Cancun (CUN) – Guadalajara (GDL) – Los Cabos (SJD) – Mexico City (MEX) – Monterrey (MTY)
Chihauhua (CUU) – Ciudad Juárez (CJS) Guadalajara (GDL) – Mérida (MID) – Mexico City (MEX) – Tijuana (TIJ)


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Direct International flights to / from Hermosillo

(February 4, 2020)

American Airlines is the only carrier offering international services at Hermosillo by way of just one US gateway, through its Phoenix-Sky Harbor hub (PHX).

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American Airlines – American Eagle Phoenix (PHX)


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Parking – Hermosillo Airport

The GPS coordinates for Hermosillo Int. Airport are: Lat.: 29° 05′ 45.2” N // Long.: 111° 02′ 52.8” W

The parking here (available 24-7), for the first 5 hours (no fractions allowed) are as follows, MXN 29, MXN 28, MXN 27, MXN 24 and MXN 22. From the 6th to the 9th hour the cost is MXN 25 per hour, and the 10th to the 14th hours cost MXN 10; the maximum cost for the first day is MXN 270, and thereafter, each additional day costs MXN 290, with the following 10 days costing MXN 235 per day.

Beware! Lose your parking ticket here and you will be charged an additional MXN 230


Car Hire – Hermosillo Airport

On arrival at Hermosillo Airport you can choose from the following car rental companies: Alamo, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, Mex rent a car, National, Payless, Sixt and Thrifty. As a group the aforementioned agencies cover the clock from 05:00 to 23:00 hours, daily; Firefly is the only one to offer 24-hour service.

If you are open to picking up your rental car in the city itself, check out our car hire options below.

Just type in Hermosillo to check out our online car reservations for this city.

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Taxis and Transfers – Hermosillo Airport

There are ‘official taxi’ options serving Hermosillo Airport under two modes: private hire, with costs ranging from MXP 165370, depending on which of the 5 zones you are travelling to; or, there is also a collective taxi service, in this case, prices range from MXP 90-170 per person.

There are also coach services to three nearby destinations offered by three different companies: Tufesa, TAP and Estrella Blanca providing services to Guaymas, Ciudad Obregon and Nogales.


Left Luggage – Hermosillo Airport

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Lost and Found – Hermosillo Airport

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Money – Hermosillo Airport

Hermosillo Airport offers four ATM options as fr as banking is concerned, they are provided by the BBVA Bancomer, CitiBanamex, HSBC and Santander banks.


Health – Hermosillo Airport

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Shopping / food – Hermosillo Airport

There are three food options and one bar at the Hermosillo Airport Terminal: Subway and Wings; along with the scala’s Bar and Starbucks. Bon Apetit!

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VIP Salons – Hermosillo Airport

The International Airport of Hermosillo offers a VIP Salon once you have passed through security, on the right-hand side, with opening hours from 05:00 to 21:00 hours. Enjoy!

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Passenger Numbers – Hermosillo Airport

Throughout the last decade, passenger numbers at Hermosillo International Airport have registered positive results every year -except for the year 2013- and increased from 1,138,300 passengers -in 2010- to register 1,874,100 visitors arriving/departing the installations in 2019, so all in all, the trend is definately upwards at HMO, having added almost 750,000 to the passenger count over the 10-year period.

From 2010 to 2019, Hermosillo upped its passenger count by almost three quarters of a million to close the decade at #11 on Mexico’s busiest airports list

By 2012, this airport handled 1,288,700 passengers, followed by a slight dip -in 2013- when the Terminal registered an annual contraction having registered a total of 1,276,201 passengers -down just 12,500 approx. on the previous year- and then -in 2014- the trend returned to positive numbers with 1,277,897 visitors arriving/departing Hermosillo by air to post a slight recovery -up 0.13%- compared with 2013.

Hermosillo remained as the tenth busiest airport in Mexico in 2014, with 1,277,897 passengers

Throughout 2015, Hermosillo Airport handled 1,309,763 passengers, again a positive result, this time giving an annual increase of 2.49%, though the negative aspect was that the terminal closed the year in position #11 on Mexico’s busiest airports list, thus slipping one position compared with 2014. These numbers place this terminal as the 6th most important airport in Grupo GAP’s Mexican airport network, also a slip of one position, losing a position to the Leon Del Bajío Airport, which repaced HMO at #5 among GAP’s 12 airports within the Republic.

Hermosillo Airport slipped one position on Mexico’s busiest airports list in 2015, to #11

There was a more respectable year-on-year gain here at Hermosillo in 2016, with a total of 1,525,884 passengers to give a 16.5% overall increase. In the domestic niche the annual increase was 15.9% whilst the international sector registered an annual increase of 12.8%. Then, in 2017, a 4.4% global increase saw the Airport handle 1,593,214 passengers, of which 60,484 were from the international niche, a significant drop in this sector -down almost 20%- compared with 2016, meaning the Airport dropped no less than 4 places on the busiest Mexican airports list -in the international arena- to position #23.

Despite negative international results at Hermosillo in 2017, it maintained its place at #11 on Mexico’s top airports list

In 2018, the Hermosillo International Airport bounced back from its negative international passenger numbers of 2017 to handle a global total of 1,743,800 passengers throughout 2018 and thus register an annual passenger increase of 7.1% for the period, after upping the global headcount by 116,000 above the previous year.

Hermosillo International Airport once again registered positive global passenger numbers in 2018, with a total headcount of 1,743,800 passengers, up 7.1% over the previous year

Of the above total, the domestic niche contributed with 1,674,900 passengers throughout 2018 to post an annual increase of 7.2% in this sector, whilst the international arena added a further 68,800 passengers to register a year-on-year gain of exactly 6% for this cross border niche at Hermosillo for 2018, certainly good news for this, the 6th busiest airport of Grupo GAP’s Mexican airport network.

In 2018, Hermosillo managed to maintain itself -once again- at #11 on Mexico’s top airports list

Throughout 2019, the global total passenger count registered 1,874,100 visitors to give a year-on-year increase of 7.5% and maintain the upward trend at this Terminal -for the 7th consecutive year- to close the last decade on a positive note and maintain itself at #11 on the country’s busiest airports list. The domestic niche at HMO -in 2019- increased its passenger numbers -by 7.7%- for the year, having contributed 1,803,800 to the total, and -for its part- the international sector posted a visitor headcount of 70,200 passengers, up 2.1% over the previous year, once again maintaining its position at #6 among Grupo GAP’s Mexican airport network.

Hermosillo posted a global passenger increase of 7.5% -in 2019- with the domestic niche up 7.7% and the international sector up 2.1% year-on-year

Grupo GAP releases its passenger statistics rounded up to the nearest hundred, which is why the above numbers end in at least two zeros

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General Statistics – Hermosillo Airport

Lat.: 29° 5′ 45.2” N // Long.: 111° 2′ 52.8” W (These coordinates are not for air navigation).
10 kilometers
260.08 hectares
191 meters
15/23 – 2,300 x 45 metres
11/29 – 1,100 x 30 mts. – Closed
5,920 m2

*Passengers per hour


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Contact Information for Hermosillo Airport

Telephone Numbers – Hermosillo Airport

From within the city, use only the number below.
From outside the city but within Mexico, dial +01-(622), then the number below.
From outside Mexico, dial +52-(622), then the number below.
Airport information
261-0480 // 261 0142
Tourism information
Currency exchange XXXXXXXXXX
Immigration XXXXXXXXXX
Airport security XXXXXXXXXX
Tourist Police XXXXXXXXXX
Civil Aviation Authority
SAGARPA/SENESICA Ministry for Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fishing and Alimentation XXXXXXXXXX
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Address – Hermosillo Airport

Km. 9.5 on the Highway to Bahía de Kino, Hermosillo, C.P. 83220, Sonora

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