Articles tagged “aeromexico”

Airlines

Mexican Airlines Return to Toluca Airport Following Govt Push

The Mexican government's push to reduce congestion and cap flights out of the capital's crowded main airport will finally bring back commercial flight operations to the forgotten Toluca airport.

Mexican Airlines Return to Toluca Airport Following Govt Push

Airline Weekly

Mexico City’s New Airport Off to Slow Start

Mexico City finally got the new airport it's long needed on Monday. But most remain skeptical whether the new airfield will attract enough travelers to seriously relieve congestion at the capital's busy main airport.

Mexico City’s New Airport Off to Slow Start

Airlines

Daily Podcast: Investing in Airline Loyalty

Good morning from Skift. It's Tuesday, February 15, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Investing in Airline Loyalty

Online Travel

Daily Podcast: Ticketmaster’s Travel Play

Good morning from Skift. It's Wednesday, February 9, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Ticketmaster’s Travel Play

Airlines

Aeromexico to Buy Back Loyalty Program for $405 Million

Loyalty is big business for airlines, from retaining lucrative business travelers to earning big bucks from credit card partnerships. Aeromexico is the latest airline to take full control of its loyalty program with plans to buy out investor Aimia.

Aeromexico to Buy Back Loyalty Program for $405 Million

Airline Weekly

Latam, Aeromexico Face Allegations of Coercive Tactics in Bankruptcy Restructurings

Aeromexico's and Latam's plans to exit U.S. Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection are becoming increasingly fraught as creditors fight over who is getting favorable treatment. The fights complicate the recovery plans of two of Latin America's largest international airlines.

Latam, Aeromexico Face Allegations of Coercive Tactics in Bankruptcy Restructurings

Airline Weekly

Aeromexico Creditors Claim Restructuring Plan Undervalues Airline by $1 Billion

Aeromexico's exit from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection has become more complicated now that its unsecured creditors have objected to the plan the airline filed with a U.S. bankruptcy court. The plan undervalues the airline by $1 billion, the creditors claim.

Aeromexico Creditors Claim Restructuring Plan Undervalues Airline by $1 Billion

Business Travel

Corporate Travel Giant CWT to File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

The travel agency joins Hertz, Worldstrides and several airlines in taking this particular route to weather the financial storm caused by the pandemic.

Corporate Travel Giant CWT to File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

Airline Weekly

Aeromexico Wants a Piece of Mexico’s Travel Recovery With New 737 Max Deal

Aeromexico Wants a Piece of Mexico’s Travel Recovery With New 737 Max Deal

Airline Weekly

Aeromexico and Volaris Likely to Bear Brunt of FAA Rebuke of Mexico’s Aviation Regulator

Aeromexico and Volaris Likely to Bear Brunt of FAA Rebuke of Mexico’s Aviation Regulator