Aerospace News

Aerospace, growing potential in Coahuila
In the face of a market with ever-growing needs, the aerospace industry in Coahuila is headed in the right direction. Jose Antonio Gutierrez Jardon, Minister of Economic Development, explained that, although the primary focus is on the automotive sector, there is still much potential to have compani...
Mexico, re-conquering the Universe
Mexico is taking actions to follow the steps of countries such as the U.S., Russia and China, regarding aerospace development. There was a recent invitation to participate in the “Misiones Espaciales Mexico” contest and the AztechSAT 1, Mexico's first nano satellite, will be launched in 2019, th...
IPN boosting aerospace development
World class research and quality projects prevail at the Aerospace Development Center (CDA) of Mexico's National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). Engineering master Sergio Viñals, Director of the CDA, commented that the CDA is looking to establish work mechanisms to stimulate tasks related to the space...
The technologies and aeronautic sectors are demanding more workers in Mexico
The IT, aeronautics, aerospace and automotive sectors are the fastest-growing in Mexico and are currently demanding highly qualified workers, said Pedro Borda and Sergio Porrogas, representatives of the Mexican Association in Human Resources Direction (AMEDIRH) and OCC Mundial. During the meeting to...
New route between Nuevo Leon and South Korea
Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte (OMA) informed that the new route to connect Seoul, South Korea with Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, managed by Aeromexico, has started operations. The new route will use Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner airplanes, with capacity for 243 passengers. This new route is expected to have a...