Baja California, Chihuahua, Nuevo León, Sonora, and Queretaro have one thing in common: their productive vocation in high-zone industrial activities, which has positioned them as the primary investment centers for the aircraft sector. The Mexican aerospace industry has been related to continual innovation and the development of new technologies and materials, emphasizing the high level of specialization of Mexican technicians and engineers taught since 1937.
Currently, the country has 21 educational institutions offering 52 aeronautical programs. Basic and technical education, as well as highly specialized undergraduate and graduate degrees, are all available. Mexico has been one of the world's leading recipients of investment in the aerospace manufacturing industry, as well as one of the most important recipients of investment in engineering, research, and development, over the last few decades. Today, the country is the sixth largest aerospace supplier to the United States.