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The Infrastructure Investment Program is part of the National Infrastructure Program that the Mexican administration is developing for the 2013-2018 period. Neither President Peña Nieto nor the SCT Secretary has announced the full program yet, however, it is expected that before December 1st, 2013 the National Program will be introduced, and will include details regarding Mexico’s airport modernization projects.

This webinar will feature a representative from the Airports and Auxiliary Services (ASA) agency, and another speaker from the Under Secretary of Transportation’s Adviser Coordination office (SCT). In addition, we will have an airport expert to discuss tender processes for these projects.

Space is limited, REGISTER TODAY!

Date: Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 2PM Eastern

Cost: No cost involved

Venue: Your Computer

Registration link: https://emenuapps.ita.doc.gov/ePublic/event/editWebReg.do?SmartCode=4Q0S


CS Mexico will provide an introduction on airport infrastructure and a general explanation of the relevant topics.

- Airport projects that the Mexican National Infrastructure Program has prioritized

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- Project scopes and opportunities that will help U.S. companies participate in these programs

  • Addressing questions to expert contacts for these airport projects.

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Industries: Aviation, Ground Support Equipment, Aerospace, Transportation, Construction, Security, and IT.

The Mexican Aviation Industry

The Mexican aviation industry is recovering from adverse conditions over the past few years, including the effects of high international oil prices, excess seat offerings of several low-cost carriers, and the de-facto bankruptcy of the second largest airline Mexicana de Aviación. In 2012, the aviation sector registered positive growth with an increase in the number of passengers transported: domestic services advanced 10.3% and international services 7%. Air transportation continues to be a high demand sector and has matured to where there are now only a few low-cost carriers and one domestic leading airline, all improving coverage/routes, frequencies, prices, and services to passengers.

In the National Program for Investments for Communications and Transportation Infrastructure, the Mexican Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT) will be developing modernization programs for seven airports: Hermosillo, Nuevo Laredo, Toluca and Puerto Vallarta, among others. This webinar will address the general characteristics of these projects and will explain how public-private partnership schemes will support the development of a more efficient connectivity systems for the Mexican airport network.

Contact: Silvia Cardenas at Silvia.Cardenas@trade.gov