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HISTORY

2000

Operational structure definition of Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte, OMA.

2001

Airport remodeling program.

2002

Opening of Culiacán's new terminal building.

2003

First Mexican airport group to obtain the Environmental Quality Certificate.

2004

Terminal A building of Monterrey Airport was expanded and remodeled.

Chihuahua and Mazatlán airports obtained ISO 9001:2000 Certificate.

2005

Monterrey, Culiacán, Acapulco and Zihuatanejo airports obtained ISO 9001:2000 Certificate.

OMA Cargo began operations in Monterrey.

2006

Initial Public Offering on the Mexican Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ Global Select Market.

Multi-site scheme obtention of ISO 9001:2000 Certificate.

Beginning of operations of new Terminal C building at Monterrey Airport.

2007

Start of work on new Terminal B building in Monterrey Airport.

Start of the Rescue and Firefighters Excellence Program.

2008

OMA first received the Socially Responsible Company Award (and continues to do so).

2009

NH Collection T2 Mexico, the first hotel of the group, started operations, located in Mexico City Airport.

The first Operational Control Center started operations in Monterrey Airport.

ISO 9001:2008 endorsement for the 13 airports in multi-site scheme.

2010

Terminal B building of Monterrey Airport started operations.

OMA is listed in the top 100 companies to work for in Mexico by the GPTW Institute (and is still in the top 100).

2011

OMA entered the Sustainable Index in Mexican Stock Exchange.

ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 Certificates were obtained.

Mazatlán Airport obtained the Airport Service Quality Award for being the best airport in Latin America and the Caribbean, awarded by the Airports Council International (ACI).

2012

Foundation of the OMA-VYNMSA Aeroindustrial Park as a joint project.

Zacatecas Airport implemented a solar panel system to promote renewable energy.

Zihuatanejo Airport accomplished the first year of operations of the environmental management unit protection of Mangle.

2013

Mazatlán Airport was awarded the Airport Service Quality Award for the second time by ACI for being the best airport in Latin America and the Caribbean.

2014

Mazatlán terminal building was expanded and remodeled.

Culiacán Airport obtained the Airport Service Quality Award, for being the best airport in Latin America and the Caribbean, by ACI.

Monterrey Airport received ICAO Aerodrome Certification.

2015

Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, located in Monterrey Airport, started operations.

OMA-VYNMSA Industrial Park also started operations in Monterrey Airport.

2016

Zihuatanejo and Torreón airports received ICAO Aerodrome Certification.

OMA entered Dow Jones Sustainable Index -Emerging Markets.

Started work on new terminal buildings in Acapulco and Reynosa airports, and expansion and remodeling work in Chihuahua and San Luis Potosí airports.

2017

San Luis Potosí, Ciudad Juárez and Mazatlán airports received ICAO Aerodrome Certification.

OMA entered Dow Jones Sustainable Index -MILA Pacific Alliance.

Monterrey Airport started operations of its Logistic Center, which is focused on foreign trade and land traffic operations between customs.

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