The Mexico 2021 Aerospace Fair (FAMEX) is expected to be the first major event for the international aviation and aeronautical industry after the COVID-19 pandemic, following the cancellation of other fairs such as Farnborough, FIDAE and ILA Berlin.
AVIATION AND AIRLINES IN MEXICO
During August, Interjet expects to increase its offer of flights by 88% compared to July, thanks to the increase in frequencies to destinations where it had already re-established connections and also to the reactivation of routes, the airline informed.
24 hours after the start of the new season for Quintana Roo and being placed in "orange" status, the airline Spirit Airlines announced that, through partnerships with hotels in Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Riviera Maya, from June 25 will begin flights to visit these tourist destinations.
Puerto Vallarta, along with Puerto Escondido, Acapulco, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, and Manzanillo, will be part of the "Pacific Front" campaign launched by Aeromar Airlines, which aims to promote these Pacific destinations and begin the reactivation of these places, which have been severely affected by the health contingency of Covid-19.
Aeromexico announced the reopening and increase of flights from June 1st, in its domestic and international destinations, after 80% of its fleet was kept on the ground in the last two months due to global protection measures to prevent contagion of Covid-19 (coronavirus).
Due to the crisis that the aerospace industry is going through because of the SARS CoV 2 pandemic, which caused the covid-19 disease, the French company Safran fired 3,000 workers who worked in its plants in Mexico.