MAAF 2018
News Article
Mexico Aerospace Forum 2018: NAIM is No More; Regionalization the Way to Go panel highlights
Victor Hernández
Insight
Victor Hernández
Director General and CEO
ASTECA
ASTECA has also introduced new concepts to Mexico, including online courses, and was the first to use the Cirrus SR20 for training.
bernardo-moreno
Insight
Bernardo Moreno
CEO
Redwings
There is little doubt that the sharing economy has been a disruptive force across business sectors.
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Roundtable
Bernardo Moreno
Bernardo Moreno
CEO
Redwings

Healthy economies tend to house Just-In-Time production plants that sometimes depend on urgent air deliveries to keep functioning, for which helicopters are increasingly considered a suitable mode of transport. The Mexican tourism industry also depends heavily on aviation. Huatulco provides an example of untapped tourism potential because no flights directly connect with the city. Redwings became the first enterprise to develop a product based on the use of helicopters for tourism. Since then we have developed a product called Helitour that flies in Mexico City and we are in the process of building a heliport in Teotihuacan. The country has several destinations that could benefit from helicopter tours, including Los Cabos, Tuxtla or Sierra Gorda.

Helicopter companies around the world are investigating opportunities outside their traditional space.
MAAF 2016
News Article
Mexico Aerospace Forum 2016: Private Aviation Market on Its Way to Disruption panel highlights
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