Jorge Badía
Insight
Jorge Badía
Operations Director
Magnicharters
Mexicans welcomed the year 2017 with a rough start, which resulted in many challenges for both citizens and the economy.
Samuel Peña
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Samuel Peña
Deputy Minister of Investment and Industrial Promotion
State of Nuevo Leon
In Nuevo Leon the aerospace industry has not even started to display the potential it could achieve.
Rafael Alonso
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Rafael Alonso
President
Airbus Latin America and the Caribbean
To showcase Mexico’s importance regionally and globally, in September we inaugurated the first Airbus Training Center in Latin America.
LATAM AIRLINES
Spotlight
The group’s extended presence in South America, its diversified revenue base, a low-cost business model for domestic operations.
Tomás Sibaja
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Tomás Sibaja
Executive President
Aerospace Cluster of Baja California
An important milestone for Mexico was the signing of BASA between the Mexican and US governments.
Octavio Hernández
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Octavio Hernández
Director General
Discover the World
Discover the World has been in charge of generating new markets for foreign airlines in various countries
New Air Freedoms for Mexico and the US
Analysis
In 2015 a total of 25.2 million people traveled between Mexico and the US by air. By 2020, this number is expected to reach 37 million passengers
Miguel Pelaez
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Miguel Pelaez
Director General
General Direction Of Civil Aviation (DGAC)
Our number one priority is safety, followed by service quality and the correct implementation of corresponding regulations
DOMESTIC MARKET PARTICIPATION (Jan-Aug 2016)
Analysis
Aviation is a strong contributor to the global economy, facilitating trade across cities, countries and continents and increasing market access.
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