What is the position of Mexican airlines towards the Metropolitan System?
MEXICO — The directors of four of the most important Mexican airlines in the country, Aeroméxico, Interjet, Volaris and Aeromar entered into a dialogue in which they shared their vision of growth before the entrance of the new Metropolitan System of Airports, as well as the challenges they will h...
Volaris asks for economic viability in the airport system
MEXICO — Enrique Beltranena, director of Volaris, recently told A21, an informative medium of reference for professionals of the aeronautical and aerospace industry, that economic viability in costs necessary for airplanes to operate properly within the new metropolitan system of airports propose...
Quebec has interest in Baja California’s aerospace industry
TIJUANA — In order to learn about the opportunities offered by Baja California and California, diplomatic representatives and executives of four companies from the aerospace sector in Quebec made an exploratory visit to Tijuana, which could generate the arrival of new investments in the medium ter...
Despite a difficult scenario, Viva Aerobus had a positive 2018
MEXICO — During 2018, Viva Aerobus had a net profit of US$44,022,775 million, an increase of 53.1% compared to the previous year, despite the fact that its operating expenses grew by more than 37% in the year-on-year comparison. In total, the low-cost airline had gross operating income of US$520...
IATA asks federal government to present an infrastructure plan
MEXICO  — Asociación de Transporte Aéreo Internacional (IATA) urged the federal government to announce to airlines the airport infrastructure plan proposed for Valle de Mexico. "Airlines urgently need to know what infrastructure they will have available," said Alexandre De Juniac, the associa...

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