Aerospace News

Safran starts massive recruitment in Queretaro
Safran hosted a massive recruitment event at the Secretariat of Youth in Queretaro. Some of the positions offered for engineers and bachelors are: analyst of continuous improvement; financial analyst; method engineer; design engineer and industrialization engineer. Some of the positions with high sc...
Honeywell bets on Mexico's future
The research and development center of the aerospace division of Honeywell, in Mexico City, will receive up to 200 young students of universities such as UNAM, Universidad Iberoamericana and Politecnico Nacional. The corporation has at least 15 avant-garde projects to attract millennial talent and w...
Mixed air terminal in Oaxaca
The Airport at Ixtepec, Oaxaca, has been enabled as a mixed air terminal (civilian-military operation), which promotes air connectivity and economic development at “El Itsmo de Tehuantepec” in the south of Mexico. The federal government, in coordination with the Department of Communication and T...
Aerospace innovation in Mexico
At the beginning of 2016 there were 270 aerospace companies in Mexico with 80% focused on manufacturing, 10% performed repairs, and the remaining 10% developed new ideas. Production plants for these aerospace companies continue to use the latest technology from 3D printing and mobile data collection...
More airport training opportunities
Airports and Auxiliary Services (ASA) and the Spanish Agency of Services and Studies for air Navigation and Aviation Safety (SENASA) have joined efforts to offer new education opportunities, focused on increasing and strengthening the skills and knowledge of aviation and air transport staff and prof...