Our History - 2012

Presentation of the National Strategic Program of the Aerospace Industry 2012 – 2020

In 2012, the arrival of the Tech Ops company was announced, and UNAQ committed to train all its technical staff.

This year UNAQ hosted the Ambassador of France, Elisabeth Beton Delèngue and the Ambassador of Canada, Sara Hradecky.

Two students of Aeronautical Engineering in Manufacturing had the opportunity to study a semester in the University of West Virginia for the first time.

The first DHL, Canacintra, UNAQ prize was awarded to UNAQ outstanding students of the different levels.

The first office of the General Directorate of Civil Aviation, DGAC for the certification of aircraft parts manufactured in Mexico was inaugurated within the facilities of UNAQ.

During Mexico Aerospace Summit UNAQ participated with a stand, for the first time.

The strategic program of the national aerospace industry was presented at UNAQ facilities, by the Federal Secretary of Economy Bruno Ferrari. (Proaéreo 2012-2020).

By mid-year, UNAQ hosted the diplomatic corps of the European Union in Mexico.

Collaboration agreements were signed with CONCYTEQ, the (University of Sonora), UNISON, the Tec. De Monterrey Campus Querétaro and the (CIAT) of General Electric.

A LearJet 25 was purchased, for university equipment.

In December 2012, the construction of the Franco-Mexicano Campus began.