Companies from Monterrey are taking off
Companies from Nuevo Leon's aerospace sector, which is among the top five largest in Mexico, have lifted off to reach other markets, thanks to their high-quality standards and innovation. This was achieved through the management strategies of the Aeroespace Cluster of Nuevo Leon, also known as Monte...
GAP has new Operations Director
Pacific Airport group (GAP) announced that Jose Angel Martinez Sanchez was appointed new Technical Operations Director by the Administration Council, replacing Jose Ignacio Ascacibar Martinez, who had previously held the title since April 2010. "We appreciate Iñaki's contribution and collaboration ...
Queretaro's Airport has the second fastest-growing cargo service in Mexico
Queretaro's Intercontinental Airport (AIQ) has gained a position as the second fastest-growing provider of cargo services in the Country: there was a 16% upturn in business just during 2015, compared to the prior year, according to Marco del Prete Tercero, Secretary of Sustainable Development (Sedes...
NAICM requires US$1.5 billion by 2016
Near of US$1.5 billion will be applied to diverse advances in the construction project of the NAICM, said Raul Gonzalez, Corporate Director of Infrastructure of the Mexico City's Airport Group (GACM), who also stated that there is a general progress of 3%, expecting to conclude by 2018 and to start ...
Queretaro's Aeronautic University to train Safran technical staff
Queretaro's Aeronautic University (UNAQ) is going to provide training to technical staff from Safran's sixth plant in Queretaro, as the company will focus part of its production to manufacturing the new generation LEAP engine, starting next year. Jorge Gutierrez de Velasco, University Rector, declar...

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