Provide crisis in airline industry for lack of trained personnel
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So said the president of the Association of Airline Pilots of Mexico, Miguel Angel Valero and made clear that "in the United States, from 2018, is a crisis of pilots, drivers and mechanics, in Mexico could be the same situation," said . Not only for the entry into operation of the New International Airport of Mexico City (NAICM), but because "it come many retirements and sector growth" in the short and medium term, so it is concerned about the situation, warned in an interview .
Therefore, he emphasized the importance of increasing training. Only in the technical and operational field, the current demand for specialists is 46 percent; on design engineers and supervisors is 34 percent, and within research and development needed 20 percent of human resources, according to the National Flight Plan Aerospace Mexicana. Roadmap 2014, ProMéxico.
While aeropartes industry is one of the fastest growing Mexico, like the auto, so it is expected that by 2020, double its exports, which currently have a value of six thousand four hundred million dollars, and that in five years could represent up to 12 thousand 300 million dollars revenue for the country, according to the head of the first Fair Aerospace Mexico, Brigadier General, Rodolfo Rodríguez Quezada.
Shows that growth of 18 percent on average, firms for suppliers of aeropartes have increased more than 300 percent in the last 10 years. In 2005 counted about 70, and are now about 300 those operating in the country, said during the announcement of the fair, to be held on 22 and 25 April at the base of Santa Lucia, located in the Mexico state.
The aim of this fair is to attract more private investment into the sector and train employees in the industry in accident investigation, control and protection of wildlife, aviation law, air traffic control, security systems and transport of dangerous goods according to the statement by the College of Pilots.
Recall that currently, the country ranks 14th worldwide in supplying inputs aerospace and subsequent years is expected to be positioned among the top 10 nations in the industry.