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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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Mexican Government Faces Suit Over Illegally Auctioned Vehicles

By KELIN DILLON After selling off a number of luxury vehicles seized from the hacker organization the Bandidos Revolutions Team in 2019, Mexico’s National Institute to Return the Stolen to the People (Indep) is now facing lawsuits for auctioning off the cars – most of which were made by high-end manufacturers such as Ferrari, McLaren, Lamborghini and Mercedes-Benz – without

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SEP Temporarily Suspends Controversial Study Plan

By MARK LORENZANA Mexico’s Secretariat of Public Education (SEP) backed down and agreed to stop, for now, the implementation of its contentious study program, after two judges suspended it indefinitely. “Temporarily and in respect of the rule of law, the pilot program of the new study plan for preschool and primary and secondary education will not be applied,” the SEP

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