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  • Condumex plant inaugurated in Guanajuato
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  • Training center for helicopter technicians announced

    Mexico City.- Eurocopter de Mexico and Turbomeca Mexico executed a collaboration agreement for the inauguration of the first training center for technicians in helicopters maintenance, which is the first training center of this kind in Latin America. Located in Mexico City International Airport, the new center will train technicians to give maintenance to this type of aircraft. Courses will be dictated in three classrooms on four essential topics: Mechanics, Avionics, Piloting and Aircraft Engines Maintenance. A spokesman said that this training center is an essential pillar in Eurocopter’s strategy to improve air safety, as well as to optimize availability of helicopters providing service in several parts of the world.
    Source: OEM | Date: 30/05/2012