Baja California seeks to strengthen its aerospace sector
The aerospace sector in Baja California has been operating for 51 years. In 2016, the sector pulled in approximately US$256 million in investments, and now it is looking to be further fortified in the region. For now, part of its main focus would be on boosting production chains, according to the vi...
IPN and Korea Create Alliances in Aerospace Industry
In order to share efforts and stimulate the incipient development in Mexico in the aerospace industry, the Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN) and specialists from the Korean sector consolidated the first cooperation agreement in this area in Latin America. Juan Silvestre Aranda Barradas, Secreta...
JetLease wants to rent Mexico’s government aircrafts
 JetLease Palm Beach, an American private aircraft leasing company, presented a proposal to President-Elect Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador to rent the planes and helicopters used by Mexican officials. "A company in Florida would like to acquire, for a certain amount of time, all the planes and helic...
Volaris estimates continuous growth for 2018
During the first half of 2018, Volaris accumulated a cargo traffic of 9,608 tons, which meant a 35% increase compared to the 7,140 tons reported in the same period of 2017. "We have had a fairly sustained growth derived from a better service and pricing restructuring. This gives confidence to custo...
Industrial real estate developer Vesta to open US$300 million aerospace park in Queretaro
Due to the fact that the Queretaro Aerospace Park is occupied at its maximum capacity, the industrial developer Vesta is in the final preparations for the opening of a new industrial complex to meet the demand, said its regional director, Francisco Estrada, in an interview to El Financiero. Located...

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