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 airline’s pilot and flight attendant groups, and has the public backing of the Mexican government and the carrier’s major creditors. Ground workers are ...


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