Expansion of AICM’s terminal 2 just started
MEXICO CITY — The Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT) reported that it began the construction of an “L” shaped building, as part of the extension of terminal 2 of the Mexico City International Airport (AICM).  This building will have new boarding rooms, seven contact position...
Lerta IT, a company committed to the aerospace development in Mexico
MEXICO — The Mexican company Lerta IT has just reaffirmed its commitment to the development of the aerospace industry in Mexico.  Despite the slowdown in the national economy, the Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industry (FEMIA) expects Mexico to become one of the 10 most important nations in th...
USA is looking for Mexican talent within the aerospace sector
QUERETARO — Due to the United States’ lack of human talent within the aerospace industry, the American nation is seeking Mexican personnel, stated the president of the Aerocluster in Queretaro, Juan Carlos Corral Martin. "USA is trying to attract Mexicans, which is putting additional pressure o...
The demand of personnel within Queretaro’s aerospace industry keeps growing
QUERETARO – The aerospace industry of Querétaro generates an annual demand of 15-20%, an indicator that could be replicated this 2019.  Both in sales and in human capital, the local industry maintains annual double-digit levels, staying above 10%, said the president of the Querétaro Aerocluste...
US$773 million have been invested in Queretaro so far this year
QUERETARO — So far this year, the Secretariat of Sustainable Development (Sedesu) of Querétaro has completed 25 investment projects, representing US$773 million, said the head of the local agency, Marco Antonio del Prete Tercero.   "Speaking of investment, we have completed about 25 projects so...

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