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Weekly Roundups
Mexico continues to register an upward trend regarding tourism and air traffic. However, inflation continues to shock the country.
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News Article
The downgrade of Mexico’s airspace to Category 2 has costed airlines millions.
tourism
News Article
Air traffic and airline earnings were boosted in July 2022 thanks to tourism.
Ryanair
News Article
The increase in jet fuel prices could lead low-cost airlines to increase ticket prices.
Aerospace
News Article
Given the sector’s resilience during quarantine and its strategies, the Mexican aviation industry is one of the most prepared for the near future.
NASA
Weekly Roundups
The Mexican Space Agency and the Ministry of Economy continue pushing to build the space industry in Mexico.
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News Article
Volaris reports another major step forward with a 12 percent growth in demand in May 2022.
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.
Fadlala Akabani Hneide
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Fadlala Akabani Hneide
Minister of Economic Development
Mexico City Ministry of Economic Development
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Economic development depends on business and employment opportunities created by strategic infrastructure like AIFA, writes Fadlala Akabani Hneide.
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