Aeromar Bids Farewell After 35 Years Flying
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Aeromar Bids Farewell After 35 Years Flying

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Antonio Gozain By Antonio Gozain | Senior Journalist and Industry Analyst - Thu, 02/23/2023 - 10:00

After almost four decades flying in Mexico, the US and Cuba, regional airline Aeromar announced the termination of all its air operations, as it struggles to pay its debt and workforce. 

On Feb. 15, Aeromar informed it was permanently closing all its routes following a series of financial problems. While the airline had deployed measures to salvage its finances, including constant efforts to close deals for the long-term function of the company, they were not sufficient.


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