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Volaris Flight Cancellations Worsen Due to Reduction of Slots

By MARK LORENZANA The Mexican federal government’s decision to reduce slots (takeoff and landing times) at the Mexico City International Airport (AICM) for the winter season continues to take its toll on travelers. Volaris, a popular Mexican low-cost airline based in Mexico City, canceled 74 flights — “operational adjustments,” according to Volaris — at the AICM between Tuesday, Nov. 1,

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Mexico’s Airspace Struggles Endure as US Rejects New Mexican Fleet

By KELIN DILLON Almost a year and a half after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) downgraded Mexico’s airspace safety ranking from a Category One to Category Two, Mexico’s enduring airspace troubles are only set to continue as the United States is expected to hold fast to not allowing any new Mexican aircraft into its borders until Mexico can earn

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Mass Media, Air Transport Help Grow Foreign Investment in Mexico

By MARK LORENZANA Foreign direct Investment (FDI) in Mexico had a strong annual growth of 49.2 percent in the first half of this year, helping the country accumulate $27.5 billion, according to preliminary figures from Mexico’s Economy Secretariat. According to a statement by the Secretariat of the Economy, the figure reflects “extraordinary movements, related to the merger of Televisa with

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AMLO’s Airport Nightmares Take Flight Again

OPINION By KELIN DILLON Just one month after the U.S. Federal Aviation Agency reaffirmed its year-long ranking of Mexico’s airspace as a Category 2, maintaining Mexican airlines’ prohibition from opening new routes in the United States and continuing limitations in their services operations, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) revealed on Wednesday, July 27, that the second terminal of

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