Mexicana de Aviacion’s latest revival plan has been approved by the company’s three main unions, a hurdle that now enables the carrier potentially to resume service in late January. The most recent restructuring of the bankrupt carrier envisions a Jan. 24 relaunch with a fleet of as many as 19 Airbus narrowbodies, a slight delay but a larger fleet than intended in a plan revealed to Aviation Week late last month (Aviation Daily, Nov. 24). According to sources close to the deal, final ...

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