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Weekly Roundups
Partnerships between low-cost and legacy carriers, and a new Mexican airline, took the spotlight. This and more in the weekly roundup.
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News Article
The Boeing 737 Max is in place to take over the market as its bans have been lifted.
Aircraft flying over California
News Article
Leaders from Aeroméxico, General Electric and Airbus discussed the improvements that adversity brought to the aerospace industry.
Luis Lizcano, FEMIA
View from the Top
Luis Lizcano
Director General
FEMIA
After a troubled 2020, Mexico’s aerospace industry is optimistic that its recovery is ahead, says FEMIA.
Carlos Robles
Expert Contributor
Carlos Robles
Vice President, Central Region
FEMIA
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Many new factors will impact the Mexican aerospace sector post-pandemic. FEMIA Vice President Carlos Robles looks at the possibilities.
Boeing 737
News Article
Boeing saw dramatic losses during 2020 according to its 4Q20 report. However, aviation authorities continue to clear the return of the 737 Max.
Airport
News Article
Countries are beginning to lift Boeing 737 Max bans. What has changed and where can the airplane fly today?
Airplane
Analysis
As the sector grapples with its worst crisis in history, sustainability commitments have not fallen by the wayside.
Boeing 737 MAX
Weekly Roundups
Aeromexico will reincorporate the 737 MAX to its commercial routes between December and the following year. Airlines in the region will follow suit.
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