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July 18, 2024
Aeromexico in 2021

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Let’s look at the financial results of Aeromexico in 2021. The Mexican flag carrier closed last year with a US$40 million net profit (if we exclude Aeromexico’s Chapter 11 expenses), bouncing back to profitability for the first time since 2019. Looking ahead into 2022, Aeromexico’s road seems brighter, although several challenges remain, from domestic competition to international uncertainty and Mexico’s Category 2 status with the FAA. 

Financial results in a nutshell

This is how Aeromexico did in 2021: 

Let’s look at the financial results of Aeromexico in 2021. The Mexican flag carrier closed last year with a US$40 million net profit (if we exclude Aeromexico’s Chapter 11 expenses), bouncing back to profitability for the first time since 2019. Looking ahead into 2022, Aeromexico’s road seems brighter, although several challenges remain, from domestic competition to international uncertainty and Mexico’s Category 2 status with the FAA. 


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Daniel Martínez Garbuno
Daniel Martínez Garbuno is a Mexican journalist. He has specialized in the air industry working mainly for A21, a Mexican media outlet focused entirely on the aviation world. He has also published on other sites like Simple Flying, Roads & Kingdoms, Proceso, El Economista, Buzos de la Noticia, Contenido, and Notimex.