“Aeroméxico Formación” to receive 35 new students
The training center Aeromexico  Formacion plans to receive a small group of 35 students. According to its internal figures, about 850 new pilots graduated from different schools during 2018, however, what Aeromexico Formacion seeks is not quantity but quality. Only three out of ten applicants s...
Mexico's federal government looks for greater investments in the aerospace sector
MEXICO — One of the priorities of the Mexican federal government is currently to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the aerospace and electromobility sectors. Sergio Silva Castañeda, director of the Global Economic Intelligence Unit of the Ministry of Economy, said at a press conference ...
Viva Aerobus records increase in operating profit
MEXICO — During 2019’s second quarter, Viva Aerobus registered a US$63 million net profit, which represented an increase of more than 100% compared to the first three months of the previous year. "This is a significant achievement even though there’s an inflationary environment in terms of a...
DGAC seeks to boost aeronautical manufacturing in Mexico
MEXICO — Recently, the General Direction of Civil Aviation (DGAC) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) signed a collaboration agreement in order for Mexico and the European Union to promote different opportunity areas in the country, especially verification of manufacturing activity, sai...
Mexican airports' cargo goes upward
MEXICO — The January-May 2019 period meant growth for the cargo volumes that are handled in the main airports of the country compared to what was reported in the same period of 2018, according to monthly figures from the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT). The site that reported ...

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