Mexico and France strengthen alliance in aerospace sector
MEXICO – In order to strengthen the relationship between the country's federative entities and France in terms of aerospace industry, a collaboration agreement was signed between Cámara de Comercio Franco Mexicana (CCFM) and Federación Mexicana de la Industria Aeroespacial (Femia). The goal is ...
New commercial flights departing Chihuahua are announced
CHIHUAHUA – The head of Desarrollo Económico y Turístico, Maria Angelica Granados, announced four new national commercial flights and one new international flight for the city of Chihuahua, starting in March. The flights will depart from Chihuahua’s Roberto Fierro Villalobos International Air...
Nuevo Leon acquires drone for US$2.8 million
NUEVO LEON – After acquiring a US$2.8 million drone and receiving lots of negative opinions, state government stood firm while Public Safety Minister Aldo Fasci stressed that the drone will be used for security tasks in the entity. "This is intelligence and intelligence has a high price, the lac...
Quebec is interested in Baja California's aerospace industry
TIJUANA – Diplomatic representatives and directors of four aerospace companies in Quebec made an exploratory visit to Tijuana, which could generate the arrival of new investments in the medium term. During a meeting with the staff of Desarrollo Económico e Industrial of Tijuana (Deitac), the Del...
Sonora to bump up aircraft production by the end of 2018
Sonora is one of Mexico’s states with the highest aerospace industry development. It has one of the leading aerospace manufacturing clusters, nationwide, in which more than 60 companies already belong. This has been able to generate more than 10,000 specialized jobs, according to Jorge Vidal Ahuma...
TecNM inaugurates aerospace research center in Sonora
The Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico (TecNM) carried out the inauguration of the first of the three laboratories that make up the Centro de Investigacion Tecnologica e Innovacion para el Sector Aeroespacial (CITISA). The General Director of TecNM, Manuel Quintero Quintero, alongside Governor Claudia ...
Tijuana’s airport could be the first to operate with facial recognition in Mexico
TIJUANA – This could be the year in which the Tijuana International Airport becomes the first in Mexico to operate with facial recognition. Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP), which operates said airport, and SITA, the technology company for these hubs, are working together to undertake a pi...
UPS Arrives in Ciudad Juárez
CIUDAD JUAREZ – The international parcel company UPS activated its express air cargo service on this border. "UPS Worldwide Express Freight service is guaranteed, delivered in one day and with the advantage of door-to-door delivery," said Michael Cuesta, director of Marketing and Retail for the c...
Volaris anounces Culiacán-Ciudad Juárez route
CIUDAD JUAREZ – Volaris Airlines announced its new route to Culiacan International Airport, which will go from Sinaloa's capital to Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua. Since February 2nd, trips from Culiacan to Ciudad Juarez are available. Flights will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, and the ...



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