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AIT Offers Hefty Discounts to Airlines Flying out of Toluca

By KELIN DILLON As the controversy between the operations of Mexico City’s International (AICM) and the newly constructed Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) carries on, the capital metropolitan area’s Toluca International Airport (AIT) – often considered Mexico City’s main alternative airport – has now offered up to 80 percent discounts on airport fees for airlines willing to fly out of

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Why Aviation Experts Want to Revive the Texcoco Airport Project

OPINION By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS As debate over the safety of Mexico’s redesigned airspace — which has been linked to at least 17 close-call airplane incidents (and perhaps as many as 30) in the 12 months since its implementation — continues to fester, both Mexican and international aviation experts are warning that it may be time to reexamine the massive $17

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AMLO Defends Airspace Redesign Despite Near Collision over Weekend

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) on Monday, May 9,  defended the redesign of Mexico’s airspace, implemented in April 2021 to accommodate his controversial Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA), which so far has only a handful of flights daily and is used by only one international carrier, Venezuela’s Conviasa. Insisting that there is

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Head of Mexican Air Space Resigns after Near Collision at AICM

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF Víctor Manuel Hernández Sandoval, general director of the Office of Navigation Services for Mexican Air Space (Seneam), has resigned from his position effective  Monday, May 9, after having been accused by aviation experts of ignoring constant complaints from pilots and air traffic controllers about safety concerns and following a near collisions at the Mexico

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