AeroMexico evaluates buying Bombardier airplanes
Grupo AeroMexico is considering to order a batch of the C Series airplanes from Canadian firm Bombardier, taking airplanes that would be ready next year, in case the customs fees established by the US stopped these aircraft from being delivered to Delta Air Lines. The largest air carrier in Mexico i...
Universal Aviation Mexico builds US$ 3.5 million hangar in Toluca
Universal Aviation Mexico, a joint venture between Avemex, and Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. to provide ground support throughout Mexico, officially broke ground on a new, 50,000 square-foot hangar on the property of their fixed-base operator (FBO) at Toluca International Airport (MMTO).  T...
Colombia and BC strengthening aerospace industry
Aerospace industrial leaders from Baja California and Rionegro, Colombia, signed an agreement to reinforce both productions through exchange of strategies for the development of specialized labor force, as both regions are leading the aerospace sector in their respective countries. A committee from ...
Queretaro's Aerocluster flying high
Fuselages, landing gear, stabilizers, structures, insulators, harnesses, components for braking systems, engines and turbines, among others, are the type of products manufactured for the aeronautic sector in Queretaro. Also composite material repairs, complex components machining, thermal and surfac...
French aerospace manufacturer Safran opens its sixth plant in Queretaro
French aerospace components supplier Safran revealed its sixth plant in Queretaro has started operations, although an inauguration is not expected until February 2018. The company invested US$ 74 million to manufacture blades for the next-generation LEAP (Leading Edge Aviation Propulsion) engine, wh...

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