We have concessions to operate, manage and develop 13 international airports in Mexico's north and central regions. Our airports serve one of Mexico's principal metropolitan areas (Monterrey), which is the fourth busiest airport in the country; tourist destinations (Acapulco, Mazatlán, and Zihuatanejo); regional centers (Chihuahua, Culiacán, Durango, San Luis Potosí, Tampico, Torreón, and Zacatecas); and border cities (Ciudad Juárez and Reynosa). During 2013 we served more than 13 million passengers through our 13 airports.
Master development program per each airport, contemplate important investments to allow us to have the necessary infrastructure to meet the growing demand for air travel in Mexico. Every five years, we committed with Federal Government the amount to invest in each of our airports.
OMA employs over 1,000 persons in order to offer passengers and clients, aeronautical, commercial and real estate services in facilities that comply with all applicable international safety and security standards, and ISO 9001:2008.
Our revenues from aeronautical and complementary services, which account around 75% of our total revenues, are subject to maximum tariff regulation. Aeronautical revenues principally depend on passenger traffic volume, the number of air traffic movements, the weight of the aircraft, the duration of an aircraft's stay, the time of day, and the specific prices charged for each service. The principal fees for aeronautical services, which are charged to the airlines using our facilities, are:
- Passenger charges
- Landing charges
- Aircraft short-term parking in platform charges
- Aircraft long-term parking in platform charges
- Passenger walkway charges
- Airport security charges
We also earn revenues from charging access and other fees from third-party providers of complementary services, such as baggage handling services, catering services, aircraft maintenance and repair, and fuel at our airports. This category also includes fees for cargo handling and permanent ground transportation, such as taxis.
OMA Plaza, our retail concept, ensures that restaurants, shops, banks, and other stores offer passengers an enjoyable experience at all our airports. OMA also offers our passengers and clients additional commercial services such as parking facilities, car rental, and advertising.
OMA Carga, our innovative services and facilities for the handling, storage and logistics of air freight in strategically located terminals. Our cargo terminals are located in the airports of Monterrey, Chihuahua y Ciudad Juárez.
NH Mexico City Airport Terminal 2 Hotel, is a 5-star hotel with 287-rooms. It sets the standard for hospitality and meeting facilities inside Terminal 2 of Mexico City International Airport, the nation's busiest airport. It is a project developed, operated and managed in a joint venture with NH Hoteles from Spain.
The two companies that make up our strategic partner are internationally renowned public companies, which provides a more transparent and solid structure.