Mexico’s flag carrier airline, Aeromexico, has announced its plans to return to the capital markets between the second half of 2023 and the first quarter of 2024. This move would bring the airline back to trading in Mexico and the United States after delisting...
The Mexican carrier Aeromexico announced its latest route on Tuesday. It will launch a daily service between the Felipe Ángeles International (NLU) and Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) starting on May 1, 2023. The airline will employ the Embraer E190...
This year marked the end of an obscure era for Aeromexico and LATAM Airlines, two of the largest South American companies. Both airlines emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy after lengthy and painful processes, which began in 2020, at the zenith of the COVID-19...
Mexico has all but recovered its pre-pandemic traffic levels in 2022. In the first six months of the year, the country has had 50.2 million passengers, growing compared to 2019 levels. The three leading Mexican carriers, Volaris, Aeromexico, and Viva Aerobus, have...
Aeromexico does not want to move out from Mexico City’s Benito Juárez International Airport (MEX). The Mexican flag carrier does not want to send a fraction of its operations to other hubs, such as the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU) or the Toluca...
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