Sedena creates airplanes again, one century later
Airplanes designed and manufactured by the Mexican military will be crossing the sky, just like they did a century ago. The Azteca project by Sedena is in the take-off track now. With a US$ 6.5 million investment, the Military Aeronautic industry in Mexico is developing three aircraft to train cadets of the Air College and at least one of them will fly by September 2018. This is an ambitious program, as it visualizes the construction of a nationally made combat airplane in the long term.