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The US Federal Aviation Administration announced that it will work with countries to identify safety issues.
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Jorge Gutiérrez de Velasco Rodríguez
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The Strategic Agenda, an aerospace collaboration between public and private education institutes, is ready for the next step, writes Jorge Gutiérrez.
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The industry has been steadily recovering but airlines are still facing major financial challenges, warns IATA.
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The Mexican Federation of the Aerospace Industry expects the sector to recover by the end of 2022.
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IATA urged governments to incentivize clean fuel production to comply with their zero-emission commitments.
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Mexico’s Felipe Angeles International Airport has large expansion plans for 2023, explained its General Director.
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Mexico’s newest airline Aerus, held a meeting with the Municipal President of Piedras Negras, Coahuila
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Through collaboration, all industries will be able to face upcoming crises, says David Robledo, Managing Director of Mankiewicz Mexico
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SICT intends to upgrade to an updated version of the Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems.
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