More than a source of cheap labor, Mexico has evolved considerably as a source of MRO and OEM activity. And the world of aviation has noticed.
For several years, Mexico was the best-kept secret in aviation. Aviation companies developed businesses there quietly, for fear of angering the workforce back home. But recent announcements by high-profile MROs, plus a slick promotion campaign by Mexico's federal and state governments, as well as the continued push by airlines and their suppliers to find more ways to reign in operating and maintenance costs, have made Mexico much more attractive to aviation interests. At the Farnborough ...
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