Mars by Aynur_zakirov. CC0 Creative Commons.

In case you missed them, here are the highlights of last weeks’ aviation and aerospace news:

 

Mexico

Two students from UNAM participated in NASA’s Mars simulator.

Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP) aims to grow its passenger traffic by 9 percent during 2018. The group also aims to increase its investment in Aguascalientes by MX$275 million.

Bombardier keeps growing in Queretaro and plans a massive recruitment program.

Mexico signs space cooperation agreement with Paraguay.

 

World

Norwegian Airline breaks New York-London speed record with five hours and 13 minutes.

Airbus A380 faces ups and down, first with rumors from a cancellation of the program followed by a lifeline from Emirates. Now the OEM is in talks for more sales with British Airways.

 

General Electric’s bad season continues; shares drop for fifth session in a row.

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