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113. Volaris Takes Delivery of First Two Airbus A321s
Volaris, a Mexican low-cost carrier, has received its first two Airbus A321 aircraft, the first A321s to operate in Mexico. The aircraft will be deployed on the carriers domestic routes to and from Cancun. The Volaris A321 seats 220 passengers, is equipped with Sharklet fuel-saving wing tip devices, and is powered by IAE engines. The two A321s join Volaris existing all-Airbus fle
114. Mexican Tourism Companies Commit to UNWTO Global Code of Ethics
Fourteen of Mexicos major tourism companies and associations have signed commitments to the UNWTO Global Code of Ethics for Tourism, joining the growing number of private sector players that have pledged to promote and implement the values of responsible and sustainable tourism as championed by the code.
115. World Travel & Tourism Council Appoints Gloria Guevara Manzo as President & CEO
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has appointed Gloria Guevara Manzo as President & CEO. Ms Guevara served as Secretary of Tourism for Mexico and CEO of the Mexican Tourism Board from 2010 to 2012, minister in the cabinet of President Caldern.
116. Bombardier Unveils Learjet 75 Liberty
Bombardier has unveiled plans to launch a new six-seat jet in 2020. The Learjet 75 Liberty will have a list price of US$9.9 million and a range of 2,080 nautical miles, allowing it to connect Las Vegas to New York, Seattle to Washington, D.C., and Mexico City to San Francisco, nonstop.
117. Bombardier to Supply Light Rail Vehicles in Guadalajara, Mexico
Bombardier Transportation has won an order from the Electric Urban Train System of Guadalajara (SITEUR) to supply 12 Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs) of the TEG-15 model, consisting of two cars each, that will run in Line One of SITEUR in Guadalajara. The 29.56 metres long articulated carbon steel trams will run in pairs and are designed for a maximum capacity of 48 seated passengers and
118. FEC Heliports to Provide HEMS-Star to Mexico and Philippines
FEC Heliports has signed a deal to supply a HEMS-Star portable LED helipad lighting systems to the Mexican and Philippines Navy. The contracts mark the first sale of HEMS-Star to naval customers as well as the first sale in the Central America region.
119. Volaris Expands Aftermarket Agreement with IAE
Volaris, one of Mexicos leading low-cost airlines, has amended its existing V-Services Fleet Hour Agreement with International Aero Engines (IAE) to add coverage for 26 incremental V2500 engines. Volaris entire fleet of A320 family aircraft powered by V2500 engines are now covered by an IAE V-Services aftermarket agreement. The deal is valued at approximately US$400 million.
120. Air Canada Expands Cargo Operations
Air Canada Cargo and Cargojet have launched freighter flights to Bogota (Colombia), Lima (Peru) and Mexico, operated with a Cargojet B767-300F aircraft. The new Air Canada Cargo flights will provide 52 tonnes of net cargo capacity.

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