Data from Mexico’s civil aviation regulator show that the country’s domestic aviation market has more than filled the gaps left by the grounding of Mexicana de Aviacion in 2010, which has led some leaders in the industry to argue that the government should not intervene to revive the carrier. Interjet is Mexico’s largest operator of domestic services in terms of enplanements, although Aeromexico pulls ahead when traffic from its regional subsidiary Aeromexico Connect is factored in. ...
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