FEMIA foresees considerable growth within the industry by 2020
The Mexican aerospace industry aims to export US$12 billion to the world by 2020. If said goal is achieved, the industry's exports would grow 57%, compared to those in 2017, according to a presentation given by Gerardo Lizcano, general director of the Federacion Mexicana de la Industria Aeroespacial...
Cargo handling by Mexican airlines grow at double-digit rate
Mexican airlines reported double-digit growth in air cargo handling during the January-August 2018 period, according to official data. In the current year, airlines mobilized 234,142 tons, which meant a growth of 23% compared to 190,236 tons in the same period in 2017, according to figures released...
GE plans to invest in the electrical and aeronautical industries
General Electric (GE) will leave the business of oil, medical equipment and machinery for locomotives, to focus on the aviation industry and power generation, so it will strengthen its investments in Mexico in these sectors, said Vladimiro de la Mora, president and CEO of the firm in the country. T...
Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico to build FBOs in four cities, including Silao, Guanajuato
The Guadalajara-based airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP) plans to install fixed-base operators (FBO) at four terminals it manages in Mexico, according to the specialized site Aviation International News (AIN). These facilities will be built in the terminals of La Paz, Tijuana,...
Aeromexico increases its cargo revenues
During the first nine months of the year, Grupo Aeromexico's cargo revenues accumulated double-digit growth with respect to 2017. After ending the January-September period with US$182,693, which generated an increase of 12% compared to the three US$163,099 of the same period last year. After this ...

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