I think in the long term would benefit 6A
. Aviacsa in their early days they start to dominate the south. Now, being based at MTY
they have grow and entered new markets. Remember when 6A
launched flights to MIA
? Everybody was comparing 6A
and people here forecast a failure on the route. Now just look at them; still flying the route and with good load factors.
would be expanding to the Pacific which I think 6A
have a very little presence. About the aging Dc9s, I think it wouldn't be a problem to return them all to the lessors. Or in case JR
owes them, they could sell them to companies in Central and South America or Africa.
For the first days or at least 2 months after the merger you could still fly those Dc9s with JR
crews. But at the same time you are training pilots and f/aÂ´s and getting more 737s for replacement. I don't know if 6A
staff got similar salaries but I would accept and prefer to stay with 6A
than going out to the streets.
Aviacsa would be risking a lot.... but I think at the very end they would have success. It would be amazing to see something like this happening in the mexican aviation. I don't remember of any big merger before. Does anybody knows any situation like this before in our aviation?