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Delta CEO Bastian changes pugnacious airline’s tone
When the U.S. government insisted that Delta give up some flights to Mexico City to win approval for an alliance with Aeromexico, Ed Bastian, Delta’s CEO, complied instead of taking the DOT to court, as Anderson did in a 2015 dispute. As for consultant Garfinkle, he credits Delta for giving up som...
Aerospace Coatings Market Explores New Growth Opportunities by 2017-2023
Aerospace Coatings Market Report, forecasts that the global market garner US$2.43 billion by 2023, registering a CAGR of 6.3% during the forecast period 2017 - 2023. Aerospace coatings offer high wear resistance to aircraft surfaces. These coatings reduce the overall weight of the aircraft and impro...
The Mexican who aligned the stars to reach the NASA
Carmen Felix is a woman who is looking to align the stars in the aerospace sector to favor other Mexicans and thus place Mexico in the front row to conquer the universe. In 2009 Carmen Felix was the only Mexican working for the NASA and her capacity spurred the interest of her bosses to look for mor...
Aerospace composites manufacturer Duqueine Group starts operations in Queretaro
France-based aerospace composites manufacturer Duqueine Group opened a new production facility at Queretaro Aerospace Park, where the company invested US$ 2.6 million and recruited 70 high qualified workers for this endeavor. This is the company’s fifth production facility in the world, its first...
Rohde & Schwarz, leadership and innovation, flying high
The aerospace industry is growing thanks to the involvement of both the federal government and private companies, with more than 45,000 people working in Mexico. Rohde & Schwarz is contributing to the industry’s expansion in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, by providing solutions for...

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