Well, so apparently there have been quite a few incidents regarding 6A
The guy who told me that was my teacher at an aviation course I'm taking. He said he had been told by someone who works for 6A
(not a pilot, though; more a dispatcher or something like that). Apparently it was 2 or 3 weeks ago, and he said it had been an AM
73G. Maybe the actual incident was the one with the AM MD
-80 that MX
-330 is referring to? Or maybe there was indeed a different incident; don't know.
OTOH, that incident Pzetaroi is referring to is kind of worrying (and, yes, Pezetaroi, unlike in the US, it's very rare to see any of these incidents reported in the mexican media).
Finally, it's good to hear that 6A
is getting some 733's. I flew one of their 732's ACA
), Mexico">MEX last tuesday, and those planes look quite worn on the inside (I've heard they have good maintenance, though).
I was sitting in the very last row, and it sounded like we were taking off in a rocket.