Aerospace News

Bases set for an Aerocluster Bajio
The framework for a regional project might currently be in the works, now that Guanajuato has ventured into the aerospace sector, and this could further benefit the industry in Central Mexico even more. The president of the Aerospace cluster in Queretaro, (Aerocluster), Claude Gobenceaux, declared t...
Small and Medium enterprises are growing in the Mexican Aerospace sector
According to data provided by the Directorate-General of Heavy and High Technology Industries of Mexico's Ministry of Economy, over 64% of jobs created by the aerospace industry in this Country are distributed in the States of Baja California, Chihuahua and Queretaro. Rosa Nautica, the agency specia...
Mission from Malaysia coming to Mexico
With lower foreign purchase rates from the main Asian Markets, Malaysia has increased interest in exporting products to other destinations, including Mexico, and reinforcing business relations among both Countries. With this objective in mind, Mustapa Mohamed, Ministry of Foreign Trade and Industry ...
Foreign airfreight to double over the next 10 years
According to the National Airborne (CANAERO), the transportation of international airfreight will double within the next 10 years, once the conditions of infrastructure and regulation in Mexico are set. Sergio Allard, President of CANAERO, envisaged that once the bilateral air agreement with the U.S...
NAICM, opportunity for expansion for Air France-KLM
Mexican airlines have talked about the advantages they expect to have when Mexico City's New International Airport (NAICM) begins operations in 2020; nevertheless, foreign airlines also foresee this situation. Such is the case of the group made up of European companies Air France-KLM, that have foun...