Aerospace News

Mexicana MRO Services signs deal to convert passenger aircrafts into freighters
Bedek Aviation Group, a subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), announced it will open a facility in Mexico City to convert Boeing 767-300 passenger aircrafts into freighters. The site will be run by Mexicana MRO Services as Bedek’s sub-contractor. The first aircraft for conversion is ex...
Forecast of space industry exports valued at US$12 billion
Plan de Orbita 2.0 is the strategic document of the aerospace sector that outlines the development route for sectors such as telecommunications, health, agriculture, disaster prevention and safety, etcetera, looking to boost the development of this area and turning Mexico into a leading country by 2...
Germany and Mexico, opportunities in sight
Germany has become Mexico’s main commercial partner in Europe. The regional manager of the Association Entrepreneurial for Latin America (LAV) for Mexico, Cuba and Central America, Manuel Neumann, underscored that the German entrepreneurial class is very well established in Mexico and moreover, he...
Products “Made in Mexico” nourish the world's aeronautic industry
There are currently 325 technology based companies operating in Mexico, supplying products made in Mexico to satisfy the demand for airplane and private jets components and everything related to world-class aeronautics. These companies are located across 18 states and they manufacture for firms like...
Aeromexico and Delta announce new routes, with more frequent U.S.-Mexico flights
Grupo Aeromexico, S.A.B. de C.V. and Delta Air Lines, have announced new routes and more departures for clients traveling between Mexico and the U.S., as part of a new agreement for joint collaboration. During this year, both air carriers will open five new routes and they will incorporate new depar...