Category: Aerospace

Shimtech Composites invests US$20 million in Sonora

HERMOSILLO – Shimtech Composites opened its new plant in Sonora, which will be responsible for assembling air craft parts for companies like Boeing and Bombardier The company presented this project that is already in operation with an...

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Southwest Airlines to expand its LEAD project in Dallas

DALLAS – Southwest Airlines Co (NYSE: LUV) announced construction is underway on an expansion project for the carrier’s Leadership and Aircrew Development (LEAD) Center on its headquarters campus in Dallas, Texas The three-story 141,000...

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Aerospace Clusters are working on an air bridge

QUERETARO — The aerospace industry in Chihuahua, Nuevo León and Querétaro plans to generate an air bridge that speeds up the exchange of parts between companies This initiative is expected to support the constant mobilization of components...

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Arizona airports to receive US$28 million

PHOENIX — Three Arizona airports will receive more than US$28 million in grants for infrastructure improvements in a fourth round of federal funding, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Phoenix Deer Valley Airport will get US$155...

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SEC and ASU will reinforce aerospace education

PHOENIX – The Secretariat of Education and Culture (SEC) and the Arizona State University (ASU), recently analyzed mechanisms to implement a hybrid online system education (face-to-face) for teachers and thus strengthen teaching in topics aimed at...

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Nuevo Leon sees opportunity in aircraft maintenance

NUEVO LEON – The growth in the number of aircraft in Mexico and the United States has saturated preventive maintenance workshops, so aircraft must be taken to the region of Central America and the Caribbean to receive said service This gives...

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Rusian investment will arrive in Baja California

BAJA CALIFORNIA – Baja California will receive in the next weeks around 4 to 5 investments in the Aerospace sector from Russia, according to the president of the Aerospace Cluster in the entity Tomás Sibajá explained that these are very...

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Boeing starts manufacture operations in Baja California

BAJA CALIFORNIA – With the acquisition of an aircraft interior components and products designer and certifier, EnCore Group, the US multinational Boeing Corporation will officially start manufacturing operations in Latin America This, due to...

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Safran: the main source of employment in the aerospace sector

BAJA CALIFORNIA – The French company of aeronautics, security and defense technology Safran, is currently the largest employer in the aerospace sector in Baja California, generating about 3000 direct jobs It is worth mentioning that recently,...

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Nuevo Leon has the potential to supply the aerospace sector

NUEVO LEON – Since Nuevo León has consolidated production chains for the automotive and appliance industries, it has the potential to supply the aerospace sector, stated Alberto Robles, Airbus' vice president for Latin America "Nuevo León has...

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