Published On: Thu, Sep 15th, 2016

“Redwings Air Taxi Company” moves headquarters to Querétaro

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QUERÉTARO, Qro. – Due to constant growth in México and diversification of markets and services across the country, “Redwings”, an air-taxi company, relocates its corporate headquarters from Toluca to Querétaro Intercontinental Airport, where it will operate starting next November its “general management control center”.

Redwings’ CEO and owner, Bernardo Moreno declared that the administrative and accounting areas will be installed at the mentioned airport. But, Redwings hopes to open a private terminal in the near future, able to provide “executive aircraft” services to jet owners in the area.

“For that reason”, Moreno said, “we will bring to Querétaro our airplanes and an exclusive helicopter, that will provide travel services from this airport to other regions of the Bajio and all of Mexico”.

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Redwings fleet has the most globally recognized certifications that meet industry safety standards, allowing our customers to reach their final destination, without queuing, in less time and hassle. Reducing the length of stay with maximum comfort and luxury. (Image: elfinanciero.com.mx)

Since 2010, this company has a maintenance workshop in the state of Querétaro.

Bernardo Moreno said that the project started 10 years ago, providing aircraft management and helicopter services in Mexico City. “In Queretaro, we see a city with great potential, that is why we decided to install our headquarters here and strengthen our maintenance shop as well”.

“We are bringing the whole center to Querétaro, because we see a great potential in this state, with all these industrial parks established near the airport, which demand private aircraft services. Moreno highlighted that Bajio is the fastest growing industrial area in Mexico”.

From its control center, the company will manage international permits, will be able to monitor its flights through satellites, and develop new flight routes.

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BELL 206-B3 Helicopter (Image: redwings.aero)

Meanwhile, the company will keep two planes in Toluca and one helicopter in Mexico City.

We have detected that aircraft maintenance is essential, therefore, we decided to strengthen this type of service in our workshop, which will operate from Querétaro Intercontinental Airport.

The company has grown and diversified its services with a fleet of 12 aircrafts, including two helicopters.

Last year, “Redwings” made four thousand hours of flight and plans to increase this flight time over 25 percent this year.

Every month the company makes between 100 and 150 flights. 60 percent of its customers are foreigners, including Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Spanish high executives and businessmen.

Moreno considered that their growth is due to the lack of air connectivity that exists in most of Mexico.

In Querétaro, our goal is to focus on the manufacture, repair and maintenance of aircrafts. Our workshop includes open interiors, paint, make-generation avionics and navigation components.

“Redwings” expects to provide an excellent service to US clients, with savings of up to 40 percent. At the same time, we will be attracting major tourism to Querétaro because our customers will also visit the colonial cities and other attractions while their units are being repaired.

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This company offers multiple instant solutions for jets and helicopters.(Image: redwings.aero)

Subsequently, Redwings will specialize in maintenance and manufacture of aircraft components such as propellers, installation and introduction of GPS navigation systems.

“For that reason we require specialized technicians, who will not come from state universities, since tour company plans to train in its own school to CONALEP (Colegio Nacional de Educación Profesional Técnica) students. By the end of this year, Redwings will double its workforce to reach a number of 200 employees” Moreno concluded.

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Redwings has a team of technicians with more than 15 years of experience in the industry, always committed to your security and economy. (Image: redwings.aero)

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