The latest, and possibly last, attempt to revive Mexicana involves returning the carrier to limited service to the U.S. in mid-January and building a network of high-yield markets across Central and North America within five to six months. This plan, developed by a group of investors working as PC Capital, has been approved by the airlineâ€™s pilot and flight attendant groups, and has the public backing of the Mexican government and the carrierâ€™s major creditors. Ground workers are ...
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