Aerospace News

Chihuahua, attracts attention of aerospace companies
The State of Chihuahua is currently considered as a spotlight by aerospace OEM's companies having a clear vocation in machining areas, aero structures and harnesses of the aerospace industry, as pointed out Jose Luis Rodriguez Ramos, Director of the Aerospace National Committee of Index. This sector...
IJGlobal rewards the NAICM's financing
The financing scheme of the Mexico City's New International Airport (NAICM) received the "Latin American Airport Deal of the Year" recognition, granted by Infrastructure Journal Global (IJGlobal). The award, received by Federico Patiño, General Director of the Mexico City's Airport Group (GAMC), re...
One week before the event! Mexico's Aerospace Industry Conference | Las Vegas, NV | April 7-8, 2016
With the participation of speakers as Jose P. Garza, General Manager of Boeing's Tianjin Composites; Daniel Parfait, President of Safran Mexico; Julien Fabreguette, Queretaro's Plant Manager of Airbus Helicopters; Javier Perez, Managing Director of Aernnova Mexico; among others, MEXICONOW will take ...
Interjet goes for young fleet
In 2015, the Interjet airline registered the youngest fleet of Mexico with an average age of 6 years, reason why Jose Luis Garza, Interjet's General Director, approves the initiative proposed by the Transport Commission of the Chamber of Deputies, to not allow the airlines to operate airplanes with ...
Commercial fleet could triple in Latin America by 2035: Boeing
Boeing estimates that the Latin American airlines may need 3,050 new aircrafts within the next two decades, valued in US$350 billion, which will triple the current fleet size in the region. Donna Hrinak, President of Boeing Latin America, said: "Latin American economies will grow faster than the res...