“I’m very pleased this year,” Agustin Melgar, director of Aero ’04, told AIN. “Last year we had 37 vendors and this year we have 63. We’ve filled up our space completely, but most important is which vendors came. We’ve got the big companies like Gulfstream, Embraer, Cessna, Sikorsky and CAE SimuFlite.”
Mexican aircraft handling specialist ASUR combined design elements from Denmark and its native culture to accent an all-new FBO at Cancun International Airport. The facility features multiple segmented waiting areas, a dedicated pilots’ area, VIP lounge, conference room and a spa available for customers. ASUR also offers gourmet catering, luxury transportation, rental cars, cellphone rentals, air charter and other services.
When the early autumn rains subside and the hurricane winds diminish to a whisper, look for me in a thatched-roof cabana under the palm trees on a sparkling white-sand beach south of Cancun, Mexico. The sound of the softly unfurling waves is nature’s irresistibly seductive lullaby.
According to a report by Air Security International, a DC-9 then registered to a U.S. company was detained April 10 after landing at Ciudad del Carmen International Airport in Mexico. Authorities found approximately 5.5 tons of cocaine packed in 128 suitcases on the DC-9, registration number N900SA (deregistered on April 13).
Business aviation operators using four Mexican airports–Cancun International, Cozumel International, General Ignacio P. Garcia Airport (Hermosillo) and Mexico City International–will find new Vaisala automated weather observation systems (AWOS) in service. The six systems (two at Mexico City and two at Cancun) replace older, existing systems and report current altimeter setting, temperature, dew point and wind speed and direction.
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