Aerospace News

Aerospace Sector comes up with over 43 mil jobs in Mexico
A world class business with annual revenues over US$450 billion and counting and a workforce of more than 43 thousand people, the Aerospace sector in Mexico has been going through massive expansion over the last years, assured Mario Lozoya Diaz Velez, Mexico VP of Delegations at the Chamber of the T...
Mexican Senate approved the statement with the Agreement for Airborne Transportation
The Commission for Foreign Trade of the Mexican Senate, unanimously approved the statement containing the Agreement for Airborne Transportation between Mexico and the US, subscribed by both nations, in Washington D.C. During the discussion, Yuriria Mascott, Subsecretary of Transportation of Mexico's...
Cofece's conditions won't impact Aeromexico and Delta
The conditions established by Mexico's Federal Economic Competition Commission (Cofece) to airline Aeromexico, in order to allow its merger to U.S. associate Delta, will have a minimum impact in the operations of both companies, according to several analysts. To complete the consolidation of these c...
Aerospace industry is "Made in Mexico"
The main industry divisions of the aerospace sector have presence in states like Chihuahua, Nuevo Leon, Sonora, Baja California, Coahuila, Queretaro and Jalisco, according to data from ProMexico. This sector embeds different types of activities (mainly, related to MRO, assembly and manufacture) whos...
Nicoya Industrial Complex inaugurated in Baja California
Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, Secretary of Economy, inaugurated the Industrial Complex Nicoya, in Mexicali, Baja California, that will provide infrastructure to develop companies, mainly from the aerospace sector. Mr. Guajardo met executives from UTC Aerospace Systems and walked through the factory...