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Weekly Roundups
Airbus and Viva Aerobus presented positive 1Q22 results amid industry recovery. Read this and more in the weekly roundup.
Alejandro Arias
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Alejandro Arias
General Manager Mexico and Central America
Lufthansa Group
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As it moves past the pandemic, Lufthansa aims to expand its Mexican destinations, says General Manager for Mexico and Central America Alejandro Arias.
Aeroméxico plane
Weekly Roundups
Aeroméxico’s shares fell almost 15 percent after a 10-percent surge in volatile trading. Read this and more in your weekly roundup!
Frank Nozinsky
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Frank Nozinsky
Director of Sales & Handling in Mexico, Central America, Caribbean, South America and West Coast
Lufthansa Cargo
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As demand for exports rises, air cargo is becoming increasingly important, says Lufthansa Cargo’s Frank Nozinsky.
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News Article
The three airlines announced flights to Mexico City and Cancun this week, increasing Mexico’s operations and flight routes.
Airport
Analysis
The aviation industry is going through its worst crisis in history and its troubles put other economic activities at risk.
Felipe Bonifatti
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Felipe Bonifatti
Senior Director and Head of Sales Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean
Lufthansa
During these uncertain times, Lufthansa aims to offer a complete travel experience while keeping its passengers safe.
Panel - Competition, Collaboration and Destination Marketing
News Article
Rather than offering a transportation service, airports and airlines need to deliver a customized experience for a more demanding customer profile.
Federico Patiño
Roundtable
Federico Patiño
Director General
Grupo Aeroportuario de la Cuidad de Mexico (GACM)

NAICM is one of the world’s most intricate infrastructure projects and when completed will become Mexico’s door to the rest of the world. According to the National Infrastructure Plan, NAICM is intended to be an international hub as well as a global logistics platform that will spark the country’s economic and socialdevelopment. This international flagship also will demonstrate the country’s ability to develop immense projects in an efficient and transparent manner and will become an economic focal point, creating a balance between the west and east of the city. One of the biggest challenges we will face will be finishing both on time and on budget, which is a challenge for any megaproject. Of all of the megaprojects constructed around the world, only 6 percent are actually finished on time and on budget but we are optimistic the new airport will be one of them.

Travelers flying to or out of Mexico City on any Friday night or Monday morning will immediately understand one of the airport’s main problems:
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