FAA
Weekly Roundups
On May 25, 2021, the FAA downgraded Mexico’s air safety rating from Category 1 to Category 2. One year later, the situation remains unresolved.
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Weekly Roundups
Mexico’s economy, trade and tourism are facing a complex outlook.
Aerospace
News Article
Rising inflation, ongoing COVID-19 lockdowns and the Russia-Ukraine war have delayed the industry’s recovery.
Plane
Weekly Roundups
During 2022’s first two months, airlines in Mexico transported 14.6 million passengers on 128,800 flights. Read this and more in the weekly roundup!
Airport
News Article
The terminal buildings 1 and 2 of Mexico City International Airport are once again saturated, reports SEGOB.
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News Article
Mexican airports will install digital kiosks to facilitate customs processes for Mexican, US and Canadian citizens.
Airplain taking off
News Article
The AIQ holds a geostrategic position in Mexico, attracting foreign investment and global logistics companies to operate at its cargo terminal.
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News Article
The FAA strengthened safety measures for commercial flights to address unruly passengers.
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Weekly Roundups
Mexico’s economic recovery to slow down in 3Q21. Unemployment withdrawals increased and Evergrande’s downfall impacted the Stock Exchange.
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