Mexico’s first major international air show which was held from 22nd April to 25th April 2015 was it’s first step to boost it’s military and civilian aviation capabilities. In this episode, I interview Ronnie Serrano. We talk about the Mexican Fighter dilemma and the steps Mexico is taking to solve this issue.
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In this episode
- We talk about the main attractions at the air show
- What was Mexico looking for?
- Main objective behind this air show
- Companies present at the air show
- Mexican Fighter Dilemma
- Doctrine of the Mexican Air Force
- Future of Mexican military and aerospace development
Aircraft Present at the Air Show
- T-6C Texan II
- C-130 and J model
- C-235 MPA and C-295
- EMB-145 AEW&C and EMB-145MPA (E-99 and P-99)
- Grob 120TP
- Beechcraft King Air 350
- MX-1 UAV
Companies Present at the Air Show
Boeing, Airbus, Honeywell, IAI, Northrop-Grumman, Indra, Oaxaca Aerospace, Hydra Technologies, Raytheon, Embraer, Bombardier, Russian Helicopters, EADS, MD Helicopters, Aermacchi-Alenia, and Grob
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