SENEAM

Organisation Overview

SENEAM is the Air Navigation Service Provider in Mexico, created as a Government Agency in October 4th 1978. Its mission is to provide air navigation services, with safety and quality in order to guarantee the safe transportation of passengers and cargo throughout its Airspace. 

Mexico’s Airspace is approximately 6’000,000 Sq., handling an average of 2’000,000 operations a year. Due to its strategic geographical location, Mexico plays a vital role managing air traffic throughout the Americas. 

SENEAM provides the following services: Air Traffic Control, Procedures Design, Telecommunications, Meteorological Information and AIP, holding an ISO 9001:2008 Certification. 

Air Traffic Control is provided by four Area Radar Control Centers; twelve Radar Approach Control Centers, twenty one Non-Radar; and fifty eight Control Towers. 

SENEAM handles seventy eight VOR/DME and twenty two radar antennas throughout the national territory to provide a safe, orderly, expeditious, and efficient management of air traffic.

No. of Towers Operated: 58
No. of ACCs:  4
No. of Employees: 2254
Total Number of ATCOs: 870
Total Number of Operational ATCOs:  824
Membership type: Full Member
Director General: Mr. Roberto Kobeh
Head office: Av. 602, No. 161, Zona Federal AICM, Col. San Juan de Aragon, Delegacion Venustiano Carranza, Mexico D.F. CP 15620 México
Country: Mexico
Telephone number: +52 55 5786 5511
Fax number: +52 55 2598 0065

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