DGAC (General Directorate of Civil Aviation)

General Commandership


The Communications and Transportation Ministry (SCT) excercises aviation and airport authorities, through the DGAC, represented by the General Commandership responsible for a group of inspectors in the Mexico City International Airpor.  The functions and activities of the General Commandership are governed according to the provisions of the Law and Regulations on Airports and Civil Aviation, as well as the Law on General Forms of Communication, Official Mexican Standards and other applicable legislation in such matters, in order to comply with national and international security standards that must be used in AICM operations. It performs, among others, the following major activities:

  • Daily scheduled inspections and supervision of: airport facilities, aircraft, aviation technical personnel, supervision in compliance with standards and regulations, identification and elimination of actions, attitudes and conditions that represent risks.
  • Accident and incident investigations Coordinate and implement current security systems and procedures.
  • The DGAC also coordinates its efforts with other federal authorities to ensure aircraft and airport security.

Location and schedules

Terminal 1
Mezzanine, Office No. 42
Phone: +52 55 5723-9400 and 5482-4100, ext. 18918 and 18927 of 09:00 to 16:00 hrs.
Ext. 18923 Customer Care 24 hours

Terminal 2
Government Building, first level, Office No. 30.
Phone:  +52 55 5723-9400 Ext. 18934, 18935 of 09:00 to 18:00 hrs.
Ext. 18936 Customer Care 24 hours.

People in charge

  • Terminal 1:

Ing. Francisco Luis Quiroz Pulido.
General Commander at the AICM
Phone: +52 5723-9400 Ext. 18920 hours of attention of 09:00 to 18:00 hrs.
Phone: +52 5723-9400 Ext. 18923 Customer Care 24 hours..

  • Terminal 2:

Ing. Oscar Jorge Gutiérrez Briseño
Commander at Terminal 2
Phone: +52 55 5723-9400 ext. 18934 hours of attention of 09:00 to 18:00
Ext. 18936 Customer Care 24 hours.

Revised/Last Update: December 21, 2016 11:54 am