Aerospace News

Mexican air industry keeps growing
Mexico's aerospace sector has been experiencing exponential growth rates over the last decade. The number of companies established in this Country shifted from 109 to 330 from 2006 to 2016. In this reference period, exports from this industry had two-digit average annual growth rates, reaching incom...
Unconcerned by NAFTA collapse, aerospace companies in Mexico see other issues ahead
Aerospace companies with manufacturing operations in Mexico are not likely to leave the country if NAFTA comes to an end, at least not in the near term. However, the lack of qualified personnel and reliable supply chains raises doubts about the potential to expand such operations, executives warned ...
Aerospace supply chain, a niche for entrepreneurs
Even though the aeronautic industry demands high-level certifications and regulation, young entrepreneurs have a market niche as part of the supply chain for this sector, as well as providing services for the air industry, said Jose Gil Cazaldias, manager of the Firm Helitour Experiencias Queretaro....
Russian state-owned Rostec to open helicopter maintenance center in Mexico
Rostec, a Russian state-owned corporation that develops and manufactures hi-tech industrial products, announced a deal with Craft Avia Center to open a helicopter maintenance center in Mexico, which will also feature a showroom to distribute Ansat helicopters on the local market. According to media...
German-Mexican aerospace joint venture builds US$ 200 million plant in Sonora
Germany-based Aerotech Peissenberg Corporation announced plans to build, in a joint venture with Mexican company Grupo Punto Alto, a US$ 200 million plant to manufacture turbine components in Hermosillo, Sonora, El Financiero newspaper revealed citing as sources state government officials. Accordin...