Aerospace News

Aerospace sector has favorable demand
The value of the market will close at US$8 billion; the aviation upturn will work as a shield for the sector in the facing the NAFTA renegotiation, said industrial representatives. According to estimations by firms such as Boeing and Airbus, between 2,500 and 3,500 airplanes will be needed in operat...
Triumph Group draws back plans to sale manufacturing plant in Mexicali
Pennsylvania-based aerospace components manufacturer Triumph Composite Systems Inc. revealed its interior business is no longer for sale. The division comprises of seven manufacturing facilities worldwide, including one in Mexicali, Baja California. According to The Spokane Journal of Business, whi...
United Technologies considers acquisition of Rockwell Collins, including a plant in Mexicali
Jet-engine manufacturer United Technologies Corp. is considering the possibility of acquiring Rockwell Collins Inc., a cockpit gear supplier, in a deal that would rank among the largest ever in the aerospace industry, reported Bloomberg in recent days citing people familiar with the matter. Rockwel...
California-based ICON Aircraft resumes deliveries
California-based ICON Aircraft announced it has resumed customer deliveries with six of its A5 light sport amphibious aircrafts in June and July.  “These are the first customer deliveries the company has made since announcing a production delay last spring. The owners are located in Washington, ...
WireMasters to supply on-site assistance at Gulfstream’s facility in Mexicali
WireMasters, Inc. announced earlier this month that it has been awarded a contract to support the assembly of Gulfstream wire harnesses. WireMasters, Inc. will provide on-site delivery of wire, cable, and other cable harness assembly raw materials, as well as logistics and forecasting support. The m...