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About Us / Philosophy

OMA operates 13 international airports in northern and central Mexico: Monterrey, Mexico’s 2nd largest business and industrial metropolis; the tourist destinations Acapulco, Mazatlán, and Zihuatanejo; the regional centers Chihuahua, Culiacán, Durango, San Luís Potosí, Tampico, Torreón and Zacatecas; and the border cities Ciudad Juárez and Reynosa.

Our airports are transportation hubs and gateways for investment, business, and new opportunities.  We increase air connectivity and improve the passenger experience by developing and improving aeronautical infrastructure and passenger services, with a commitment to quality, safety, and security. More than 225 million passengers have connected through our airports since OMA was created in 1998.

Our goal is to keep growing air travel and develop multifunctional infrastructure for new services that promote trade, industry, and tourism. Today, OMA also operates or develops freight logistics services, hotels, commercial real estate, and an industrial park. 

OMA's 1,000+ employees work in an environment that promotes teamwork and initiative, and in a framework of sustainability.




Our Mission

To develop world class airport facilities and services in terms of quality and safety that meet the needs of our clients and promote our sustainable development. 

Our Vision

To be Mexico’s leading airports operator, creating value for the air transportation industry, our people, and our shareholders, in keeping with our values.

Our Values
Sustainability

We orient our operations and take actions for the benefit both present and future generations.

Ethics

We work with integrity.

Collaboration

We promote team work.

Innovation

We implement new ideas that provide solutions and promote continuous improvement.

Client Service

We exceed expectations through our attitudes and commitment to service.

  • Acapulco
    Chihuahua
    Ciudad Juárez
    Culiacán
    Durango
    Mazatlán
    Monterrey
    Reynosa
    San Luis Potosí
    Tampico
    Torreón
    Zacatecas
    Zihuatanejo