Aerospace News

Sonora student going to nano satellites course in Russia
Fernando Joaquin Ramirez Coronel, a student at Mexico's National Institute of Technology (TecNM), from the specialty of Mechatronic Engineering, will start his participation in the program “Scientific Summer 2017” by the National University of Aerospace Research (SSAU) in Samara, Russia. Fernand...
Trump's budget will benefit Mexican industry
Industrial sectors in Mexico, such as aerospace, automotive, electric, electronic and medical devices, will be benefited by the budget plan presented by Donald Trump in Congress, which contemplates considerable increase in the expense for the Security and Defense departments during the 2018 fiscal y...
Aguascalientes could have an aeronautic cluster
The President of the aerospace cluster in Guanajuato, Felipe Briones, met with Alberto Aldape, head of the Ministry of Economic Development in Aguascalientes, to discuss the possibility to establish a component manufacturing and aircraft assembly plant in the State. This project will be developed ov...
Queretaro captures investment worth US$14 million
Francisco Dominguez Servien, Queretaro Governor, informed about investment worth US$14 million captured for projects in the aerospace and automotive sectors, which will create 860 new jobs. Dominguez Servien said that some companies will expand operations, while others like Albany International, Vis...
Sonora's outstanding aerospace industry
Labor force from Sonora is qualified, reliable and guarantees quality performance, thus contributing to the economic growth in the State, affirmed Governor Claudia Pavlovich Arellano, who visited the aircraft door assembly plant of the firm Latecoere, at the Damosa Industrial Park in Hermosillo. The...