Aeromexico is solidifying its lead as the country’s main international airline with the addition of new capacity from its Mexico City base on routes to the U.S., Europe and Asia. The carrier’s move is part of its strategy to shift some of its focus to long-haul international routes from the Mexico domestic market. For most of its history, Aeromexico functioned in an effective duopoly with the now-defunct Mexicana de Aviacion. In the last five years, with the growth of Interjet ...


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