A highly qualified and specialized labor force make Mexico an ideal location for the development of the aerospace industry. With five clusters including Baja California, Chihuahua, Nuevo Leon, Sonora and Queretaro, the country has positioned itself as one of the most important in the world in the manufacturing of aeronautical components destined to complete the final cycle of an aircraft. Becoming the sixth supplier of the aerospace sector in the US, the industry’s growth is 15 percent per year, accounting for 0.66 percent of GDP. However, there are several challenges. In particular, is the need to anticipate and adapt to the new demands of the industry through an improved supply chain and public-private collaboration.