Leased aircraft are providing the vast majority of Mexicoâ€™s commercial air transport, with the countryâ€™s remaining legacy carrier favoring Boeing airframes, while its two main rivals rely on Airbus metal for lift, according to the Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN). Three airlines dominate in Mexico, with Aeromexico and its regional subsidiary Aeromexico Connect holding a 41% share of the domestic market. Relative newcomers Interjet and Volaris, meanwhile, operate 25% and 18% of ...
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