In this section of AirportsMexico.com we provide you with information on some of the Mexican Republic’s air taxi / executive air charter companies. These airlines, as in our other sections, come in alphabetical order, thus treating them all on an equal basis, providing unbiased information on the options on offer in this important segment of the Mexican air sector … click on the logos of the carriers to see our full profile on each company.
Aero Servicio Guerrero was founded in 1997, and currently operates two bases at the Guerrero Negro Airport (GUB), in Baja California Sur, and the Hermosillo International Airport (HMO), the state capital of Sonora.
Aero DaVinci International is a Mexican air taxi that was founded in 1997 and operates flights from its base at the International Airport of Reynosa (REX), in the State of Tamaulipas, with a fleet of four Swearingen aircraft.
Aerolíneas Ejecutivas is an ejecutive air charter company founded- in 1968- as an air taxi under the name of Aerotaxis de México; nowadays the company has five bases throughout the Mexican Republic, it also offers aircraft rental services.
Aerolíneas Marcos, founded in 1980, operates out of the International Airport of Toluca (TLC); since 2015 it has partnered with Mexico’s top regional airline: Aeromar, under the name of Aeromar Executive Jets., offering global air charter services.
Aeromaan is a Mexican air taxi specializing in the executive charter niche; founded in 2002 it then changed ownership in 2008, when K7 Investments S.A. de C.V. became the owners, nowadays operating out of the international airports of Monterrey (NRT) and Toluca (TLC).
Aeronaves TSM is an air taxi operating out of the International Airport of Saltillo (SLW), where it maintains a fleet of 5 aircraft; it also operates five secondary bases throughout the north/central regions of the Republic and offers flights to North / Central America.
The companies listed in this section vary from the typical local air taxi, offering just two or three local destinations, to the larger carriers that provide both domestic and international executive air charter options… both fixed-wing and rotary services… click on an airline logos to see the type of fleet and services offered by each one; each carrier’s trajectory, their bases and more.
Aerosaab is one of Mexico’s air taxis that is dedicated specifically to the tourism sector, in this case, based on the country’s Caribbean coast. It was founded in 1995 and offers trips to archaeological sites and also to the island of Holbox, where it operates its own runway.
Aerotaxis de la Bahía is another Mexican air taxi which focuses mainly on the tourism sector, though does offer executive air charter options. It was founded in 1990 and serves the region surrounding the Bay of Banderas, the location of Puerto Vallarta.
Aerotucan is a Mexican air taxi founded in 2001 and serves the southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas offering both scheduled services and private air charter options. Its main base is at the International Airport of Oaxaca (OAX).
Aviesa was founded in 1995 and offers air-taxi / executive air charter services from its base at the International Airport of Toluca (TLC); the company has a varied fleet of both fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters and offers a range of air ambulance services.
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Eolo was founded in 2006 and operates executive charter services from its base at the International Airport of Toluca (TLC) -in the State of Mexico- and specializes in the mid-size aircraft; the company also provides helicopter services.
Meicer Aviación Ejecutiva -commonly referred to as just Meicer– operates a fleet of both fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters dedicated to serving the executive private charter sector from its base at the International Airport of Cancun (CUN).
Transpais Aéreo was founded in 1974 and operates its main base at the Del Norte International Airport of Monterrey (NRT) -its secondary base is at the International Airport of Toluca (TLC)– providing the executive charter niche with both fixed-wing aircraft and helicopter services.
Transportes Aéreos Pegaso maintains its operational base at the International Airport of Ciudad del Carmen (CME), the company base since the launch of services in 1981, from where its focus is on off-shore flights for the petroleum industry, along with other executive charter services.