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This was a turbulent week for the Mexican airline, which signed an decarbonization pact but is being targeted for allegedly abusive practices.
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PROFECO’s response claims that both airlines engage in abusive practices.
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PROFECO began an infraction procedure for both airlines, giving the two suspension stamps.
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Viva Aerobus became the first Mexican airline to sign COP26’s initiative, as the airline joins the global stage to fight climate change.
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The Mexican and Colombian low-cost airlines will allow customers to buy tickets from either one.
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Ultra-low-cost airline Volaris confirmed its participation in Mexico’s new airport. This and more in your weekly roundup!
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While ultra-low-cost airline Viva Aerobus was recognized as the value airline of the year, Mexico City’s airspace continues to raise concerns.
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Changes in capacity are making airlines in the world nervous
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Consumer rights agency PROFECO lists brands it says deceives consumers. López Obrador comments on the progress of the Mayan Train…
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