Did you know that while most aviation insurance policies include Mexico in their coverage, Mexican regulation requires a third-party liability policy be purchased from a Mexican-based insurance agency? Failing to comply with these requirements could result in heavy fines or even the impounding of your aircraft.
Fortunately, Aviation Insurance Resources (AIR) can help!
Through our partnership with MacAfee and Edwards, AIR can set you up with a Mexican liability insurance policy. MacAfee and Edwards is a Surplus Line Insurance Broker specializing in ALL LINES OF INSURANCE FOR MEXICO.
Tips for Flying in Mexico
|Pilots and crew must have:
||Aircraft must have:
- Your first airport in Mexico must be a Mexican Airport of Entry (M-AOE).
- File a flight plan with the US Flight service from your departing airport to an M-AOE.
- File a flight plan with your itinerary and be sure to follow it. En route landings are not permitted.
- Radio your M-AOE indicating you will be landing.
- Land at the M-AOE. You will be issued a General Declaration (form GCH 40), which allows your aircraft to be in Mexico.
- Obtain Mexican Landing Permit in advance.
- Mexican flight service will issue two flight plans, one from the US to the M-AOE and a second to where you are going.
- Pay your landing, parking, aircraft immigration fees, passenger fees, clear customs and health authorities.
- Depart for your next destination.
To find out more or if you have any questions, please contact Aviation Insurance Resources by calling 877-247-7767 or visit AIR-PROS.com today and receive a free Aircraft insurance quote!
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