Airlines

Strong wings: How Aeroméxico flew over the pandemic and bankruptcy

After losing passengers like never before, Aeroméxico closed the most difficult chapter in its history. Now, the airline's challenge is to grow in an environment dominated by 'low cost'.

Give me more jet fuel: more than 40% of airline spending goes to fuel

The rise in fuel prices, coupled with a growth in demand, led to spending on jet fuel more than doubling for Aeroméxico, Viva Aerobus and Volaris.

The 'fine print' of the expansion of operations at AIFA

The new airport will offer a total of 27 destinations by the end of September, but there are still several challenges that affect the passenger, such as not having options in case of missing the flight.

The 'fine print' of the expansion of operations at AIFA

The new airport will offer a total of 27 destinations by the end of September, but there are still several challenges that affect the passenger, such as not having options in case of missing the flight.

Oaxaca: Airlines cancel 27 flights due to hurricane "Ágatha"

The International Airport of Mexico City asked users to contact the flight companies previously purchased.

Aerus, the new Mexican airline that is shaping up to fly in 2023

The company, part of the Grupo Herrera conglomerate, plans to have national and international operations with new generation Cesna equipment.

The AIFA closes April with an average of just over 1,100 daily passengers

The new airport served 34,981 passengers in the month, with the highest traffic recorded going to Cancún and Mérida. However, other routes such as to Villahermosa remained in decline.

7 Mexican airlines that stopped flying

The aircraft of these companies landed one day and never took off again. This is their story and why they stopped operating in the country.

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Enel marks the route to a new era of energy in Mexico

Mexico has a great wealth of renewable sources and, with the commitment to create the conditions for a sustainable future, Enel is the energy manager of the leading companies in various industries.

"And a recharge, please": Mexicans lower the amount to recharge their cell phones to 89 pesos due to inflation

The Ciu consultancy expects that this amount will even drop to 87 pesos in the following months "due to inflationary pressure."

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