Latin America may need 2,540 new airplanes
Latin America may require 2,540 new passenger and cargo airplanes from this year until 2034 to serve this growing sector in the region for the long term, according to a study delivered by Airbus. The study also estimated that the demand for aircrafts in this region would include the acquisition of 1...
Aeronautics University in Mexico, wings for Latin America's talent
Students from El Salvador, Costa Rica, Argentina and France attend to the National Aeronautics University in Queretaro (UNAQ) every year, the first one devoted to this industry in Mexico, attracted by the slogan "A sky of opportunities". After 8 years of functioning as a university center, UNAQ has ...
Aeronautics Sector registers US$1.9 billion investments
Near of US$1.9 billion (from public and private funds) have been invested in the aeronautics sector during the first three years of the current administration, which have allowed the growth of 260 new local routes and 186 international courses, highlighted Gerardo Ruiz Esparza, Head of the Ministry ...
Foreign airfreight to double over the next 10 years
According to the National Airborne (CANAERO), the transportation of international airfreight will double within the next 10 years, once the conditions of infrastructure and regulation in Mexico are set. Sergio Allard, President of CANAERO, envisaged that once the bilateral air agreement with the U.S...
HondaJet gains authorization to operate in Mexico
HondaJet has received the certification by the Directorate General of Civil Aeronautics in Mexico (DGAC), which allows them to operate in the Country. HondaJet is equipped with cutting-edge technologies, such as more spacious cabin, engine noise reduction and an increased efficiency of fuel; it has ...

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