Flying to Mexico
Flying to Mexico: Although Mexico is exercising caution to prevent the spread of COVID-19 it is moving quickly to return to a state of normal operations. The country expects to be largely open for business by late June. Here are the details.
- No major restrictions for most flights
- Travel to and from Mexico from the US is minimally affected with few limitations
- Hotels have been a limiting factor since many have been closed due to the pandemic
Both private non-revenue and non-scheduled commercial will still require a landing permit. Standard documentation, complete itinerary, and manifest details will be required.
No restriction for certain nationalities in place due to COVID-19.
Health screening procedures
- For arriving visitors, COVID-19 temperatures will be taken with a temporal thermometer
- Testing will be performed on arrival to accompany a health form that must be completed by both passengers and crew and presented before health officials
- A copy of the form is available and may be completed in advance of departure
There are no quarantine requirements for crew and passengers traveling to Mexico.
Airports accepting international flights
- All previously designated airports of entry are still available for operations
- A number of airports have temporarily reduced their operating hours due to staff shortages and reduced traffic levels
- Special arrangements may be available on a case-by-case basis
Domestic operations are not restricted at this time.
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For support with your flight operations to Mexico, contact UAS Americas