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Farnborough July 2016: Flight Daily News: Day 4

July 2016

InterFlight Global, IFG Capital and Oscar S. Garcia featured in Flight Daily News: Day 4 Show News at Farnborough Air Show, 2016.

Oscar S. Garcia quoted in Space News Article

October 2016

Industry committee to start work on human spaceflight safety standards.

 

Properly Tracked and Monitored Boeing 777s Do Not Disappear, or Do They?

April 2014

Oscar S. Garcia publishes Aerospace and Contemporary Art Article

July 2013

South Florida: Global Aerospace Hub, Viewpoint by Oscar Garcia

April 2012

Aerospace Outsourcing in Latin America is Flying High, by Oscar Garcia

August 2011

Oscar S. Garcia and InterFlight debuts Aerospace Outsourcing article on Globalization Today Magazine

May 2011

Oscar Garcia Publishes Article: Americas Aerospace Vs China and India Competitiveness

April 2011

Oscar S. Garcia and IFC Article- 2009 Review of Latin American Air Transport Sector

April 2010

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Oscar Garcia quoted in the MRT (Midland Reporter - Telegram)

Midland continues to attract space business

12 companies are in discussion for projects, InterFlight Global Corp. chairman tells MDC board  

Published, Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Nueva cita en Madrid de la aviación ejecutiva, un negocio de 1.380 millones de euros

Mañana 14 de noviembre se inaugura en Madrid la tercera edición de la conferencia Aviación Corporativa en la Península Ibérica, IPBAC 2019, por sus siglas en inglés, que se celebrará en el hotel Puerta de América.

Published, November 13, 2019

Midland Hires Consultant to Rethink Spaceport

The Midland Development Corporation has hired Oscar Garcia, CEO of InterFlight Global Corporation to advise it on the next steps for Midland’s spaceport.

It’s a move that City Councilman J. Ross Lacy, who also serves as the President for the Midland Spaceport Development Corporation, thinks is a step in the right direction.

Published, May 9, 2018

Industry committee to start work on human spaceflight safety standards

WASHINGTON — With the Federal Aviation Administration restricted from developing safety regulations for people flying on commercial human spacecraft, an industry standards organization is moving ahead with plans to establish a committee to develop a voluntary set of standards.

Published, October 2016

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