Viva Aerobus launches new air cargo service
MEXICO — Viva Aerobus and Aerocharter launched a new air cargo service, with which they seek to break into this business and transport an initial estimated 20,000 tons of cargo during their first year of operation. For his part, Luis Ramos Cabrero, general director of Aerocharter, said that the p...
IPN to open new study center and offer an aeronautical technician degree
STATE OF MEXICO — The general director of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), Mario Alberto Rodríguez Casas, informed that this year, works will begin in order to establish a new Center for Scientific and Technological Studies (CECyT) in Tecámac, State of Mexico, where the Aeronautical Tec...
Aerospace industry demands national supply for US$798 million
MEXICO CITY — The dynamism and growth that the Mexican aerospace industry has shown is increasingly demanding the supply of national companies with a high degree of specialization. This was highlighted by the Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industries (FEMIA), chaired by Felipe de Jesús Sandova...
FEMIA supports aerospace companies in Nuevo Leon
NUEVO LEON — The Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industries (Femia) is carrying out a development plan so that large and small businesses in Nuevo León can compete for contracts with aircraft owners, said Xavier Hurtado, director of the aerospace supply chain of Femia. "What we have to do is try...
Aerospace investments arrive in Yucatán
YUCATÁN — At the start of the year, the US company PCC Airfoils announced the investment of US$16 million to expand its production capacity generating 1,600 direct and 3,000 indirect jobs. In addition, the Spanish company Deimos, from Grupo Elecnor, signed a letter of intent in September with th...

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