Articles Tagged ‘Aeromexico’

New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 28 February – Friday 6 March):

Article Thumbnail: Route NewsAirlines across the world seem to have decided that the beginning of March is a good time to start a new route. This week we have news and analysis on 27 new routes being started by 15 different airlines. Leading the way is Tiger Airways with five new routes, Lufthansa Italia with four new routes from Milan Malpensa and Wataniya Airways with three.

New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 7 February – Friday 13 February):

Article Thumbnail: Route NewsNew routes this week from AeroMexico (Mexico), Alaska Airlines (USA), Athens Airways (Greece), Blue1 (Finland), Cimber Sterling (Denmark), easyJet (France), Jet2.com (UK), Mexicana (Mexico) and Virgin America (USA).

Mexico’s airports see traffic fall 5.7% in 2008 Q3; Avolar and Alma cease operations; Cancun’s tourist appeal sees double-digit international growth

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsAfter a period of rapid growth Mexico’s airports (and airlines) are suffering in the current climate. Which airlines have grown their market share and what’s new in the international market?


Boom times are over in Mexico (except Cancun); Q2 growth is back to below 5%

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsMexico’s domestic traffic was up 17% in Q1 but just 3% in Q2. Early indications are that it will be down in Q3. Which airlines are still gaining market share and which have recently been grounded? Which airline has opportunistically started 11 new routes from Mexico City?

Mexican market responding well to increased competion

Article Thumbnail: Country FocusWhile much attention is being paid to rapid growth in India and China, another country is growing almost as quickly. Mexico has seen domestic traffic growth of nearly 20% in 2007 thanks to a variety of new entrants operating ‘low-cost’ flights. Which airports are benefiting most? How is the international market developing? Which carriers are winners and losers?