Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte, S.A.B. de C.V. better known as OMA, holds the concessions to operate, manage, and develop 13 international airports in central and northern Mexico.
- Monterrey: Mexico’s 2nd largest business and industrial center
- Acapulco, Mazatlán, and Zihuatanejo: tourist destinations
- Chihuahua, Culiacán, Durango, San Luís Potosí, Tampico, Torreón, and Zacatecas: major regional cities
- Ciudad Juárez and Reynosa: border cities
In 2018, we served 21.6 million passengers.
Aeronautical services are the company's most significant source of revenue. All revenues derived from aeronautical services are subject to the maximum rate regulation system.
The most important aeronautical charges and fees paid by airlines are:
- Passenger charges
- Landing fees
- Parking fees
- Fees for use of passenger jetways or aerocars
- Airport security charges
OMA’s commercial revenues are the most important source of non-regulated revenues. The principal categories include:
- Retailers and Duty-free
- Car rental
- Advertising space
- VIP lounges
OMA develops new sources of revenues through businesses closely tied to air transportation and that maximize the use of our assets, including land.
- Freight logistics
- Industrial park
- Real estate
- Checked baggage screening
- Airport and terminal access rights
- Ground transportation (“non permanent”)
Master Development Programs (MDP) for each airport include the investments required serve expected growth in air travel and improve facilities and services. The MDPs are agreed to every five years with the Mexican Government.
Total committed investment under the 2021-2025 MDPs is Ps.11,980 million.