As of now the airline has cancelled plenty of flights, and you can find the full list right here. They will no longer be flying many of their international routes including trips from Mexico City to Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Caracas, Montreal, Vancouver, and San Antonio—among a few others. Despite all the cancellations, the airline is moving forward promising to return to its former glory.
We’ll see how things go over the next few days, but the airline’s CEO said that his company needs at least $100 million to keep the planes up in the air. At this point, pilots are a week behind in receiving their paychecks, so we don’t know where the airline can cut back any further. Some are speculating that AeroMexico could come in with an offer to buy the troubled airline. However, if nothing changes soon, it looks like we could be saying goodbye to Mexicana before the summer is over.
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· Mexicana - Business Reorganization [Official Site]
· Mexicana Needs at Least $100 Million to Keep Flying-CEO [Reuters]
· Airline News coverage [Jaunted]
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