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Mexicana is reshaping its fleet as it takes delivery of new aircraft types, but the carrier is also planning ahead for the orders it will need to fulfill its long-term strategy. CEO Manuel Borja hopes to place an order next year for either Airbus A350s or Boeing 787s as long-haul fleet replacements. Meanwhile, the carrier is already looking at options to replace its new Boeing 717 fleet once the leases expire. Mexicana will probably need a half-dozen A350s or 787s, and is in ...
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