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    Despite the lack of technicians and the competition with other sectors, such as the automotive, the Mexican aerospace industry is looking forward to a good 2015, highlighted the Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industry (Femia). Its President, Benito Gritzewsky, said that the results will be driven by its performance recorded in 2014, where, the aerospace sector exports reached US$6.4 billion. He reckoned that despite the good expectations, there are elements in which the efforts must be strengthened, such as technical training. Neglecting this aspect could lead to a shortage of qualified personnel, not only in the State but in the Country. "We are working on a study to measure the deficit and detect critical or empty areas. We will turn our basic operators into process technicians", said Mr. Gritzewsky. Without going into details, Gritzewsky mentioned that in April this year, during the Aerospace Exhibition that will be held in Mexico City, big announcements of investments in the sector will be made.

    Aerospace sector "will take flight"
    Benito Gritzewsky Kriger, President of the Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industry (FEMIA) reported that 2014 closed with sales valued US$6,5 billion, 20% more than 2013, as he detailed that, even though 2014 figures are still being rounded, the annual growth prevalence is evident. He explained that for this 2015 expectations remain favorable for the industry, as it is expected a 16% growth. "Important investments and new plants of Boeing´s providers are coming. That company brings a very aggressive program for the provider development in Mexico", he said. He mentioned that the industry will continue to grow because during the next 20 years, thousands of aircraft will be purchased, some of them to increase fleets and others to replace those that fail to operate. Mr. Gritzewsky said that from now and until 2034 the global demand for aircraft will be around 39,000 units.

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    Safran will open new production lines at one of its plants installed in Queretaro, and it might also receive new investments, said Marcelo Lopez Sanchez, Minister of Sustainable Development in Queretaro, after meeting with Pierre Fabre, CEO of Snecma. This French multinational has five plants in the Aerospace Park with investments of US$500 million and nearly 1,600 jobs created. The expansion of these production lines is due to a technological change in the turbines, for which they will be making adjustments to continue providing these products, from Queretaro to the world. Mr. Lopez said that these undertakings do not yield assets’ growth, although the expectation of future projects in the State remains.

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    "Aerospace Monterrey Mexico was created in 2006 from MD Helicopters analysis made by the closeness she had with the border, lower production costs. The company is part of Patriarch Partners, whose owner is Lynn Tilton, who already had an operation in Mexico. The first months were not shipped anything, it was just training. The first airframe was delivered in 2007. To date over 130 airframes are being delivered. This year started making the Boeing AH-64 model, which is a military design, the first will deliver later this year ".
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    When the cluster was created in 2009, Monterrey Mexico Aerospace was among the first guests, and from the beginning were few members. Last year they invited Teresa Galindo part of his counsel, and in December he was offered the presidency for a period of two years. "The aerospace industry requires patience, is not something you decide to venture organizations today and in a month already have orders, here certifications are forced to actually belong to the sector step."

    Many entrepreneurs have to invest to start its operation with few orders, but that patience comes to have its rewards. In the cluster there are companies that started selling to other industries and then focused on the aerospace, where it has been better for them. Several of these companies are regiomontanos who bet with the vision of what can bring benefit the aerospace sector.
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    "The competitive advantages of Monterrey for the aerospace industry is that we are a big city, infrastructure, human capital is first rate. Nuevo Leon is considered one of the most attractive places in the country for foreign direct investment. And what speaks well of our cluster is just a Bronze level certified by the European Cluster Excellence Initiative. This is very important for our members as they can get to increase their participation in the industry "Líderes Mexicanos » Industria de altos vuelos: María Teresa Galindo Estrada
     
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    Pegasus Aerospace new Aircraft designed in Mexico for police and military forces

     
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    Learjet type commercial aircraft could be fully assembled in Baja California thanks to a US$300 million joint investment of the State’s Government and the Aerospace firm Spectrum. Francisco Arturo Vega de Lamadrid, the State's Governor, pointed out that the construction of a factory for airplanes manufacturing is projected and that Spectrum plans to set new facilities in the City of Mexicali. Once the investment of the company is confirmed, Baja California State's officers estimate that Spectrum will begin to settle in this North Mexico's region, during 2015-2016.New investment to boost Baja California’s aerospace manufacturing capabilities


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    The first business jet aircraft fully manufactured in Mexico will be lead by the US Company “Spectrum” in the Silicon Border Industrial Park located in Mexicali. Spectrum will invest 300 million dollars for the design, certification and production of the airplane model S-40, The Honorable Governor of Baja California Francisco Vega de Lamadrid announced via a press release.PIMSA – Industrial Developers » Baja California will manufacture the first business jet made in Mexico
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    Early jet engine designed in Brazil, the TR3500

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    Another Brazilian jet engine, the TAPP

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    It is called TR-5000


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    The company ACS Aviation, São José dos Campos (SP), and Itaipu Binacional, with support from FINEP put in the air, on Tuesday (23JUN15), the first manned electric aircraft in Latin America. The inaugural flight and the official presentation of the aircraft, named SORA-E, occurred on the tarmac of binational, located on the Paraguayan side of the plant, in the city of Hernandarias.

    Alexandre Zaramella engineer, managing partner of ACS Aviation, was the pilot responsible for the historic flight, only five minutes long - enough to place Brazil and Paraguay at the forefront of technological development of manned aircraft with electrical propulsion.



    DefesaNet - Tecnologia - SORA-E - Voa o 1º Avião Elétrico da América Latina
    O voo do primeiro avião elétrico tripulado da América Latina | Transporte Moderno
     
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    Great work MiG-23MLD :fans:
     
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    India should learn from Brazil
     
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