This year Manuel “Manny” Romero-Vargas is celebrating his 50th year in aviation. To legions of business aircraft operators who have flown to Mexico and ranged through the country, the septuagenarian handler is known simply (and affectionately) as Manny, the personification of business aviation in Mexico. Founder, president and CEO of Manny Aviation Services, he entered aviation in 1960 washing dishes at his uncle Fernando’s flight kitchen at Mexico City International Airport. After five ...

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