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.

Our Airports

  • 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 2021, we served 18.0 million passengers.

Aeronautical Services

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

Non-Aeronautical Services

OMA’s commercial revenues are the most important source of non-regulated revenues. The principal categories include:

  • Restaurants
  • Retailers and Duty-free
  • Parking
  • 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.

  • Hotels
  • Freight logistics
  • Industrial park
  • Real estate
  • Checked baggage screening
  • Airport and terminal access rights
  • Ground transportation (“non permanent”)

Quality Infrastructure

Master Development Programs (MDP) for each airport include the investments required to serve expected growth in air travel and improve facilities and services. The MDPs are revised every five years with the Mexican Government.

Total committed investment under the 2021-2025 MDPs is Ps.14,515 million.

Our Team

Every individual within our organization plays a vital role in the collective success of our Group. Our Company thrives as a diverse community of dedicated professionals who possess a genuine passion for their work and an unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional service to our clients and passengers. It is through our robust infrastructure that we actively contribute to the growth and development of Mexico. At OMA, we diligently strive to create a safe, inclusive, and inspiring work environment, wherein our employees can flourish and progress, while maintaining a healthy balance between their personal and professional lives.

In 2022, our team consisted of 1,256 employees, of whom 1,105 work in airport operations and the company's corporate offices, broken down as follows: 302 women and 803 men.

Diversity and Equality in numbers

One of OMA’s commitment is to respect diversity and foster equal opportunities. Below you can find different indicators related to gender equality at OMA¹:

- % of women in middle management²: 39.9%

- % of women in non-managerial positions: 27.8%

- % of women total promotions: 31.8%

- Adjusted mean gender pay gap³: 8.3%

¹2022 indicators under Bloomberg Gender Equality Index methodology. PDF format in the following link:

²Middle management refers to sub-managers, coordinators and head of areas at OMA
³The adjusted mean gender pay gap was calculated excluding directors in order to reflect a pay gap closer to reality.