Aerospace News

Aeromexico launches direct flight Monterrey-Seoul
Aeromexico has officially started flights between Incheon, a South Korean city bordering the capital of Seoul, and Mexico City, with a stop in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. The route will be operated using a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft with a 243-passenger capacity. Weekly frequencies will take place...
Automotive and aerospace investment projects arriving in Chihuahua
Two automotive companies are set to invest US$87 million and US$150 million respectively, thus generating 1,000 and 1,500 jobs in the city of Chihuahua; in addition to another aerospace investment valued at US$8 million, informed Martha Herrera, Director of Promotion of the Ministry of Innovation an...
Indra gambling on the digital transformation of the aerospace and defense industry
Applying new digital solutions might boost the Aerospace and Defense industry, given the capacity of improving the processes' efficiency while increasing operational benefits, said Jorge Torres, expert of Minsait, Indra's business unit that responds to the challenges of digital transformation. Mr. T...
Viva Aerobus announces its first international route: Mexico City-Las Vegas
Viva Aerobus announced its first nonstop international route from Mexico City to Las Vegas. Passengers can now buy their tickets from US$82 to fly this new route that will start operations on December 16 with a daily frequency. With this route, Viva Aerobus adds a total of 77 routes to 34 different ...
Game-changing aerospace technology takes off in Alabama
Innovation abounds in Alabama’s aerospace and aviation sector. There’s plenty more head-turning technology happening in manufacturing plants, design centers and testing labs across the state. Huntsville’s WestWind Group offers engineering, manufacturing, assembly and support services to a wide...