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The fourth edition of the Mexico Aerospace Fair begins and what is Mexico´s role in the development of the first aerospace cluster in El Salvador?
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A recent OAG report forecasts that the industry will not recover until 2024, adding another major challenge for airlines across the globe.
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Changes in capacity are making airlines in the world nervous
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The US Department of Transportation will fund US$482.3 million to its aerospace industry. This and more in The Week in Aerospace!
Alberto Robles
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Alberto Robles
Latam Strategic Supply Chain Manager
General Electric Infrastructure Queretaro (GEIQ)
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Taking a different approach to development provides an advantage for big and diversified companies and an opportunity for SMEs, writes Alberto Robles.
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Collins Aerospace just introduced a new technology that aims to speed up cabin sanitation.
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As FAMEX begins next week, SCT announced it will present two satellites, GEOSAT-1 and GEOSAT-2, in alliance with Thrusters Unlimited.
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SCT announced measures to ensure the safety of the Valley of Mexico’s airspace once Felipe Angeles International Airport is operational.
Jorge Gutierrez
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Jorge Gutierrez de Velasco
Rector
Aeronautical University in Queretaro
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A preliminary vision of the framework of the development of the Strategic Aeronautical and Space Agenda of Higher Education Institutions 2030.
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