The new Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU/MMSM) in Mexico started operations today, I think that's a good thing. But I was wondering, since the last time I saw info about it, the progress was at 68%. And there was lacking reviews and certifications (at least by ICAO), supposed there is no ILS operating or installed.
There is some turmoil about this station would conflicts with MMMX, and MITRE recommendation to not operate it.
But what surprised more its, indeed, there was already a few flights departing and arriving to MMSM, so isn't supposed that the carriers isn't allowed to operate in places with no certifications. Or in last instance, this isn't convenient. I thought the secures refused to cover in situations without certifications of airworthiness?
Is this airport breaking the ICAO/FAA/EASA Directives? If so, what are the sanctions?