Aerospace News

Canadian company ATCO, Monterrey-based CYDSA join forces in the Oil & Gas industry
Canadian company ATCO Ltd. and Monterrey-based CYDSA S.A.B. de C.V., announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see the two companies work together to explore and develop midstream opportunities in Mexico’s oil and gas industry. The initial focus will be on underground...
French aerospace manufacturer Safran opens its sixth plant in Queretaro
French aerospace components supplier Safran revealed its sixth plant in Queretaro has started operations, although an inauguration is not expected until February 2018. The company invested US$ 74 million to manufacture blades for the next-generation LEAP (Leading Edge Aviation Propulsion) engine, wh...
Aerospace manufacturing plant in Chihuahua up for sale
L3 Technologies, an electronics and metal mechanics supplier for commercial and military aircrafts, put up for sale one of its subsidiaries with operations in Chihuahua, Mexico, U.S. media reported citing a company’s spokesman.   The Chihuahua plant produces sheet metal and parts for commercial...
Mexicana MRO delivers first Boeing 767 converted from passenger to freighter
Mexicana MRO Services delivered the first Boeing 767-300 aircraft converted from a passenger to a freighter, in which the company worked over four months in collaboration with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), being the first aircraft of its kind in Mexico and in Latin America. General director Ma...
Aerospace cluster, boosting Baja California's economy
The aerospace sector is one of the primary gears moving the economy in Baja California, said Victor Hugo Hidalgo, President of the Aerospace Alliance Cluster in Baja California, and furthermore, this industry, along with the automotive and medical sectors, is one of Baja California's cornerstones, a...