Aeromexico

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Aeromexico

An airline company in Mexico that, while not state-owned, is given preferential treatment by the Mexican government. It was established in 1934 and operates both domestic and international flights. See also: Flag Carrier.
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Mexico City-based airline operator Grupo Aeromexico SAB de CV (BMV: AEROMEX) said that its Aerovias de Mexico SA de CV subsidiary has reached a labour agreement with its flight attendants union the Asociacion Sindical de Sobrecargos de Aviacion de Mexico.
Aeromexico") (BMV: AEROMEX) has announced that its subsidiary, Aerovias de Mexico, S.
The properties that will be put up for sale are: Grupo Mexicana de Aviacion (Mexicana and a new low-cost airline yet to be identified); Grupo Aerovias de Mexico (Aeromexico and AeroLitoral, a regional carrier) and SEAT (the company that provides maintenance and ground services at aiports).
Cintra was created by Mexican creditor banks in 1995 to replace bankrupt Aerovias de Mexico as the parent company for Aeromexico and Mexicana.
Aviation Partners Boeing said that Aerovias de Mexico, S.
21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) announced today that Aerovias de Mexico, S.
Grupo Aeromexico announced that its subsidiary, Aerovias de Mexico, S.
The industry's growth comes at a time when the country's two largest airlines, Mexicana de Aviacion and Aerovias de Mexico (AeroMexico), are both adapting to new leadership, new global alliances and heavy competition from foreign carriers.
De Prevoisin, arrested in Zurich in August 1998, is accused of embezzling about US$61 million from Aerovias de Mexico, the former parent company of Mexican airlines Aeromexico and Mexicana.
Mexican airline operator Grupo Aeromexico SAB de CV (BMV: AEROMEX) said that its Aerovias de Mexico subsidiary has concluded its contractual labor revision process with its flight attendant union, Asociacion Sindical de Sobrecargos de Aviacion de Mexico.
Table 114: Aerovias de Mexico SA de CV, Main Products
The process to sell Aerovias de Mexico (Aeromexico) and Mexicana de Aviacion (Mexicana)-- both controlled by holding company Cintra--has been rescheduled several times, although it is now expected to begin in July.