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  2. Mexicana de Aviación - Wikipediaón

    Compañía Mexicana de Aviación, S.A. de C.V. (usually shortened to Mexicana de Aviación or simply Mexicana) was Mexico 's oldest airline and one of the oldest continuously single-branded airlines, inaugurated in 1921. It was Mexico's biggest airline and flagship airline before ceasing operations on August 28, 2010.

  3. “New” Mexicana de Aviacion Fleet and Routes Revealed

    The fleet of the new Mexicana de Aviación. Sandoval detailed that the airline will lease ten Boeing 737-800 planes with a capacity for 180 passengers; three will arrive in September, and the remaining seven by October 30th. This entails an investment of MEX 4 billion (~ USD 235 million).

  4. Mexico’s Newest Airline Will Be Run By The Army — What ...

    The new airline, called Mexicana de Aviación in honor of the now-defunct airline of the same name, will “provide air transport service with high standards of safety, reliability, and quality,” Luis Cresencio Sandoval González, Mexico’s secretary of national defense, said in a press conference.

  5. ¿Cuándo volverá Mexicana de Aviación, cuáles serán sus rutas ...

    Mexicana de Aviación, la aerolínea de López Obrador que “empezará a tener utilidades en un año” Jacobo García | México La nueva aerolínea Mexicana despegará desde el AIFA con cuatro ...

  6. Mexico launches military-run airline with $48 mln purchase of ...

    MEXICO CITY, Aug 10 (Reuters) - The Mexican government will launch a military-run airline later this year, officials said on Thursday, made possible by the 815 million-peso ($48 million) purchase ...

  7. Mexicana De Aviacion's New Route Network And Fleet Unveiled

    The new state carrier Mexicana de Aviación will begin operations in December 2023 with a fleet of ten Boeing 737-800 aircraft, becoming the fourth-largest carrier in Mexico. Mexicana de Aviación will initially operate 20 domestic routes already served by other airlines, raising concerns about route viability and market impact.

  8. Mexicana De Aviación To Fly Again In 2023 - Simple Flying

    Mexicana de Aviación is coming back. On Monday, during Labor Day celebrations in Mexico, president Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that the brand of the historical carrier –which ceased operations in 2010– is being acquired and will fly again in 2023.

  9. Mexican government closes deal for Mexicana de Aviacion and ...

    07/01/2023. 0. In a decision expected by the workers of the failed company, the government of Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador closed a deal to purchase the brands that make up Mexicana de Aviación, its training center and real estate that are part of the company’s remaining assets.

  10. Mexicana Airlines | Mexican Airline, Aviation, Aviation History

    Mexicana Airlines, Spanish in full Compañía Mexicana de Aviación (CMA), oldest airline in North America, founded in 1924 in Tampico, Mex., and now headquartered in Mexico City. The company began as a cargo carrier, carrying payrolls to the oil fields out of Tampico.

  11. Mexico's Government Seals Deal For Mexicana De Aviacion

    The market that is intended for Mexicana is presumed to be best supporting flights of 150-200 passengers. Yes, Mexicana did at one time operate Boeing 757s. But Mexicana’s operation of the Boeing 757 – a jetliner with 200 passengers to a range of 3,900 nautical miles – was ended in part due to higher operating costs than the 737.