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Mexicana de Aviación to start flying on December 26

By Tribune Travel

November 23, 2023

Mexicana de Aviación, Mexico’s new state-owned airline, will begin operations on December 26.


The Mexican government, through the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena), is moving forward with the acquisition and renting of aircraft from a fixed budget.

Due to the increased demand for flights during the Christmas season, Mexicana de Aviación, the new public airline, will be operated by the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) and will begin operations on Tuesday, December 26.

The Mexican government launched the new airline in August, and it began selling tickets in September at 18 to 20% lower prices than other airlines. The price reduction is due to the utilization of public infrastructure that the Mexican government has consolidated, such as the Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA), which will serve as the new airline’s main base.

The new Mexicana de Aviación airline will use Tulum’s Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport as a secondary base.





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