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Aeroméxico agrees to lease nine aircraft for 2023

The US firm Air Lease Corporation reached an agreement with Aeroméxico for the long-term lease of nine Boeing 737 aircraft, which the airline plans to add to its fleet after completing its financial restructuring.

The new planes, two 737-8s and seven 737-9s, will be delivered between July this year and August 2023, according to schedule, Air Lease AL.N, whose shares gained 1.35% to 44.41, said in a statement. dollars on the New York Stock Exchange.

In the domestic market, the titles of Grupo Aeroméxico, jumped 8.35% to 350 pesos, in a new volatile day for the company since it announced last week its exit from Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Law.

The company announced at the time that it planned to invest $5 billion over the next five years in fleet and other assets, and that it expected to add 22 aircraft by 2022, to reach 147 units in operation by the end of the year.

According to its restructuring plan, for this year the airline expects to recover the passengers served before the pandemic, with a flow of 25.8 million users, which by 2025 would increase to 32.1 million users, 56% more than what was registered in 2019.

With information from Reuters

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