Aeroportos de Moçambique, E.P.
The Aeroportos de Moçambique Company was created in 1980 in order to establish and operate the public service of support to air navigation, direct and control air traffic following international norms and standards on the matter, on an exclusive basis.
The Company’s mission is to provide airport management services and support to air navigation that contribute for the development of national and international air transport that is safe, efficient, effective and with respect for the environment. Main responsibilities is to control the air traffic; management and administration of departures and arrivals of aircraft; establishment of conditions for safe travel – embark, disembark, transit passengers, cargo and enhanced airport infrastructure and air navigation systems; planning for implementing new and enhanced airport infrastructure and air navigation system; Ensuring maintenance of airports and navigation systems; acquisition of revenues based on internal and external sources to be used for management, operation, maintenance and development of airports and air navigation systems; making proposals for tariffs for the use of airports and airspace and guarantee the quality of the service rendered through technological excellence top ensure client and employee satisfaction. Mozambique airspace falls under the Beira Flight Information Region (FIR) which is delegated to Mozambique by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
The Company manages 20 airports spread all over the country, of which 6 are international – Maputo, Beira, Tete, Nampula, Nacala and Pemba – 5 main aerodromes – Vilankulo, Inhambane, Chimoio, Quelimane and Lichinga – and 9 secondary aerodromes – Bilene, Inhaca, Costa do Sol, Ponta de Ouro, Songo, Ulongwe, Lumbo, Angoche and Mocimboa da Praia.
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