Interjet Hangar
Weekly Roundups
A court ruled that Interjet must pay over MX$2 billion, so its union urged SEDENA to buy the airline’s assets. This and more in the weekly roundup.
Cockpit
Analysis
The aerospace sector faced many difficulties but little by little it has been rebuilding and it is expected to soon reach pre-pandemic levels.
Airline
Weekly Roundups
A major shareholder of Interjet was arrested by local authorities in Mexico City. This and more news in the Week in Aerospace!
Airplane
Weekly Roundups
Mexico’s aviation industry is still recovering but pressure keeps mounting as authorities order airlines to return unused airport spots.
Airplane
News Article
Mexican airline Interjet continues pilling up problems as a Judge in New York ordered it to pay its debt to the Bank of Utah.
Mexico City's Airport
Weekly Roundups
Two major Mexican airlines face contrasting realities; FEMIA’s Carlos Robles analyzes the industry. This and more in the weekly roundup!
Airport
News Article
Interjet expects to cover its main obligations by January 2022, ending an ongoing strike.
Plane
Weekly Roundups
Bombardier celebrates 15 years of operations in Mexico but Interjet may file for bankruptcy. This and more in your weekly Aerospace Roundup!
Bankruptcy
News Article
The Mexican airline is preparing to file for bankruptcy, but it announced a recovery plan.
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