List of airlines of Mexico

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This is a list of airlines of Mexico. The airline industry in Mexico began in 1921 with Compañía Mexicana de Transportación Aérea in Mexico City. The world's 4th airline ever created, later known as Mexicana, ceased operations on August 28, 2010, although there were plans to re-launch the company since 2011, but has not happened yet. Aeroméxico is currently Mexico's largest airline.

List[edit]

A Boeing 777-200ER of Aeroméxico, the flag carrier of Mexico.[citation needed]
An Airbus A319 of Volaris, the second largest carrier of Mexico.
Primary services provided
Major Carrier Regional Air Taxi Charter Air Cargo
Airline Main Hub Founded Fleet Destinations IATA ICAO Notes
Aéreo Calafia Cabo San Lucas 1993 8 11 - CFV
Aéreo Servicio Guerrero Hermosillo 1997 5 13 - -
Aerodan Saltillo 1994 4 - [1]
Aerodavinci Reynosa 1997 1 4 - -
Aerodinámica de Monterrey Monterrey [2]
Aerolíneas Ejecutivas Toluca 1980 - LET
Aeromaan San Luis Potosí 2002
Aeromar Mexico City 1987 16 25 VW TAO
Aeroméxico Mexico City 1934 63 55 AM AMX
Aeroméxico Connect Monterrey 1988 59 55 5D SLI Subsidiary of Aeroméxico
Aeronaves TSM Saltillo 1995 39 VTM
AeroUnion Mexico City 1998 5 4 6R TNO
Aviesa Toluca 1986
Avioquintana Cancún 1997 2 AQT
Estafeta Carga Aérea San Luis Potosí 2000 7 E7 ESF
Interjet Toluca 2005 49 33 4O AIJ
Magnicharters Mexico City 1994 8 7 UJ GMT
MasAir Mexico City 1992 2 M7 MAA
MAYAir Cancún 1994 5 7M MYI
Regional Cargo Querétaro 2006 2 9 F2 RCQ
Republicair Toluca 2005 11 RBC
VivaAerobus Monterrey 2006 17 32 VB VIV
Volaris Toluca 2004 47 37 Y4 VOI

Former airlines[edit]

An Airbus A319 of Mexicana, now defunct. It had been Mexico's oldest airline prior to shutdown.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aerolineas Mexicanas, Aerodan, historia y datos (Spanish)
  2. ^ ADMTY.com
  3. ^ StatusAir

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