Mexico has cutting-edge technology in aircraft
To provide surveillance and safety in the country, the federal government uses the latest technology in its manned aircraft. "We own high-tech manned airplanes, offering over one hundred different types of surveillance, protection and geographical mapping of sea, land and borders", said Paola Roig, ...
Air France and KLM looking to "fly high" in Mexico
Air France/KLM aeronautic group is seeking to increase the number of passengers between Europe and Mexico, where they share 25% of the market. Vincent Etchebehere, general director of the company in Mexico, remarked at a press statement that Air France expects to give service to 35 thousand more pas...
Air Cargo in Mexico might double its capabilities
Freight business could double in Mexico over the next ten years, according to an estimate by Mexico's National Chamber of Aero Transportation (Canaero). The improvement of infrastructure and the Agreement for Airborne Transportation with the US will be the main reasons for growth in this sector. The...
Inter modal systems and cargo train in the New CDMX's Airport
The development of Mexico City's New Airport will feature, as part of its strategic areas, a cargo terminal five times larger than those being used in the current airport, equipped with train and road connections to allow efficient transportation of merchandise. "The new logistic hub will include a ...
SCT is overhauling air tracks in the state of Jalisco
Due to the rising number of passengers in Guadalajara City's International Airport, the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation of Mexico will accelerate the negotiations with representatives from the municipality of El Zapote, in order to secure deals to acquire lands to build a second tra...

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