Aerocaribe was an airline based in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico. It was a regional affiliate of Mexicana operating services under the Mexicana Inter banner and codeshares with its parent company. It operated almost 120 flights a day. In 2005 Mexicana decided to rebrand Aerocaribe as a low-cost airline, MexicanaClick.
Aerocaribe was originally founded in 1972 as Aerolíneas Bonanza, then in 1975 and started operations on 12 July 1975 under the name Aerocaribe. It was formed by Yucatán private investors, but was bought by Corporacion Mexicana de Aviación on 23 August 1990. In 1996 Mexicana became part of the Cintra group. Its affiliate AeroCozumel has been integrated. Mexicana decided to transfer its fleet of Fokker F100 aircraft to Aerocaribe to rebrand the airline. Its new name is MexicanaClick and it is an attempt to create a Mexican low-cost carrier, starting operations in July 2005. in 2008, with mexicanas restructuration Click, was announced that it would stop being a Low Cost airline, and change its name to MexicanaClick operating as a regional feeder, for domestic destinations in Mexico. the new airline also started adding to their fleets, Boeing 717, which added Business class to the airline.
On March 15, 1984, Aerocozumel Flight 261 crashed after takeoff from Cancun International Airport, Mexico. No one died in crash. One of the passengers died of a heart attack while moving through the swamp.