After a year of expansion that resulted in Aeromexico claiming the largest share of Mexico’s domestic market, the carrier in 2010 will now concentrate on improving yields from this enlarged network. For several years Aeromexico, like its main competitor Mexicana, has been changing the profile of its fleet by introducing smaller regional aircraft to both replace aging narrowbodies and allow for more flexibility in its scheduling. And according to recent figures released by Mexico’s CAA, ...
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