Queretaro welcomes largest airplane in the world
The largest airplane in the world, Airbus A380 from Air France, recently landed in Queretaro's Intercontinental Airport (AIQ). Airport officers released pictures and video of this aircraft on Queretaro's ground. The flight made its landing to comply with a waiting period requirement, said representa...
Baja California ready for business with aerospace companies
A group of Baja California's government officers and members of industrial chambers, including the Department of Economic and Industrial Development of Tijuana (DEITAC), the Ministry of Economic Development of the State (Sedeco) and the Secretary of Economic Development of Tijuana (Sedeti), attended...
Queretaro is urged to invest in aeronautical professionals
Even though Queretaro has the National Aeronautics University (UNAQ) and the National College of Technical and Professional Education (CONALEP), Claude Gobenceaux, President of the Aero Cluster of Queretaro, said that the State needs to invest more in training, since they foresee a shortage of profe...
Guanajuato's aerospace industry will be taking off in five years
Even though Guanajuato has decided to diversify its industrial growth towards the aerospace sector, it acknowledges this is a long-term project, since it will take five years at least before the results of the Sky Plus project can be seen, said Guillermo Romero Pacheco, Secretary of Sustainable Econ...
US$228.5 million invested in Queretaro
According to Marco Del Prete Tercero, Ministry of Sustainable Development, 13 new industrial investment projects arrived in the state of Querétaro during January and February, for an amount of over US$228.5 million. These companies, one of them from the aerospace sector, are coming from 13 differen...

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