NL signs agreement with the Texas Association Business

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Published: 2024-03-12
NL signs agreement with the Texas Association Business

NUEVO LEON – Following the launch of the Austin-Monterrey flight of Viva Aerobus, the Government of Nuevo Leon signed an agreement with the Texas Association Business, one of the most influential business organizations in the United States, with the intention of promoting Mexican companies in the state of Texas.

During the work tour in Austin, Texas, where they are participating in SXSW “South by Southwest”, an annual festival that encompasses the convergence of technology, film and music; the state government’s work team positioned Nuevo Leon as the beacon of progress that it is by participating in the announcement of the new Monterrey-Austin flight on March 22 with four frequencies a week.

In this way, Viva Aerobus responds to the growing demand in the most dynamic air market between the two countries. According to information from the Ministry of Tourism, air arrivals of tourists from the United States represent 63 percent of the total number of foreigners arriving to the country on flights.

In order to strengthen Nuevo León as an Airport Hub for the FIFA World Cup 2026, the Aeroportuario Centro Norte group, OMA, announced that it is analyzing important works to modernize the state’s air hub.

The signing of the agreement with the Texas Association Business aims to establish a collaborative link through a memorandum of understanding with one of the most influential business organizations in the State of Texas, United States.

Founded in 1922, the association aims to represent and promote the interests of Texas businesses in the political, legislative and economic arenas.

Both parties seek to foster greater understanding through increased channels of communication, direct exchanges and opportunities for cooperation.

In addition, they seek to encourage the exploration of areas of common interest such as the promotion of innovation and industry 4.0, economic development, educational and technological exchanges and cultural activities.