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Three of Duncan Aviation’s satellite facilities earn Mexican Certifications

Three of Duncan Aviation’s satellite facilities earn Mexican Certifications

Lincoln, NEB. — Duncan Aviation’s Satellite Avionics shops in Denver, Colorado, and Austin and Dallas, Texas, recently received certification from Mexico’s Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC), which is the civil aviation authority for Mexico. This certification allows the Duncan

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jetAVIVA opens sales office in Mexico

jetAVIVA opens sales office in Mexico

jetAVIVA has finalised agreements to open a new sales office in Mexico, adding Gonzalo Quintana to manage all sales for Latin America, with a specific focus in business aircraft sales in Mexico. Gonzalo Quintana joins jetAVIVA with plans to continue

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Cessna delivers first Mexican Latitude

Cessna delivers first Mexican Latitude

Textron Aviation division Cessna has delivered a Citation Latitude to a Mexican customer for the first time. The aircraft will operate on the air taxi certificate of locally authorized Cessna dealer Avemex, who will manage the aircraft on behalf of

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Jet Aviation St Louis gains Mexican approval

Jet Aviation St Louis gains Mexican approval

Jet Aviation St Louis has received certification from the Mexican civil air authority as a repair station approved maintenance organisation (AMO) for aircraft registered in Mexico. Steve Folks, lead AS9110 auditor at Jet Aviation St Louis, said: “This means we

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Jetex Flight Suport expands into Toluca in Mexico

Jetex Flight Suport expands into Toluca in Mexico

Jetex Flight Support has entered into an agreement with EOLO for EOLO’s FBO to become a co-branded facility. As part of the agreement, the FBO located in Toluca, Mexico will start operating as Jetex-EOLO this November, adding to Jetex’s worldwide

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Jetcraft opens Mexico office

Jetcraft opens Mexico office

Jetcraft has opened a new international sales office in Mexico. The company opened the office in response to Mexico’s rapid growth in the business aviation field. ALSO READ: Jetcraft has record number of sales year in 2014 As Mexico is

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Embraer delivers first Mexican Legacy 500

Embraer delivers first Mexican Legacy 500

Embraer has delivered the first Mexican operated Legacy 500. China certificates Legacy 500 Legacy 500 MSN 55000018 / XA-TUB was delivered in early August to Transpaís Aéreo. The aircraft will be based at Toluca, the business aviation airport close to

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Aerolineas Ejecutivas sees Mexican charter market high-point

Aerolineas Ejecutivas sees Mexican charter market high-point

Aerolineas Ejecutivas is one of the oldest and largest business aviation companies in Mexico, with a history that can be traced back 45 years, and a charter fleet of 23 aircraft. Corporate Jet Investor sat down with Iker Iparraguirre, marketing

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Constant Aviation Las Vegas gains Mexican approval

Constant Aviation Las Vegas gains Mexican approval

The Constant Aviation Las Vegas facility is now able to service Mexican-registered aircraft. Constant Aviation, a Directional Aviation Capital company, has been endorsed by the Mexican Civil Aviation Authority as an approved aircraft maintenance organisation at its Las Vegas location.

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Hawker 700A crashes into building in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico

A 1983-build Hawker 700A private jet (msn 257191 / XA-UKR) was involved in a fatal accident, which occurred in the state of Coahuil, Mexico on the evening of 19 April 2014. The aircraft crashed while on final approach to Saltillo-Plan

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