The Latin American aviation market in March had five main stories: Aeromexico’s Chapter 11, LATAM’s Chapter 11, Avianca’s Airbus order book, Chile’s new terminal in Santiago de Chile, and Mexico’s new airport in Mexico City. Let’s take a look at the biggest stories of...
Today, the Mexican government inaugurated the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (IATA code, NLU), north of Mexico City. The road has not been easy, and Mexico City, one of the largest metropolis worldwide, was well overdue to needing a new airport. But is NLU the...
Today Aeromexico announced it is emerging from its Chapter 11 bankruptcy process in the United States. Moreover, the airline announced it will receive US$1.5 billion in fresh equity from investors and that it will invest approximately US$5 billion in the next five...
On Thursday evening, the Mexican government issued a filing stating that both terminals at the Mexico City International Airport (MEX) are saturated again. Does this signal an amazing recovery from the airline industry in the country or a more potentially troublesome...
In 2021, the Mexican low-cost carrier Volaris increased its operating revenues by 30%, showing incredible resilience, as Volaris emerged strongly from the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, Volaris finished last year with a net income worth MXN$2,121 billion (over US$103...
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