Thank you very much for the given information! I hope we soon see an official confirmation from Boeing! Interesting to know the status of the current ILFC slots in line, if they already have 1 GE90 perhaps and hopefully they switch 2 more with GE90 for AM
Apparently both Aeromexico and Mexicana were/are looking
at combined aquisition power with aircraft manufacturers.
are looking for different types. While AM
will be going Boeing, MX
will continue the latest tradition and they will continue with Airbus. According to the latest CINTRA gossip, Asia more specifically, China and perhaps Japan will be given to MX
while Europe will continue with AM
Yes, according to the latest semi-official the T7
was due for Jan 06, but they will be postponed one more month to Feb 06. If AM
orders the T7
in January 05 [as what I expect] delivery will take place on Feb 06 and Mar 06 of the first two aircraft. Third aircraft could come on Apr or May 06. In respect to the B73X subject, yes, AM
already determined that 736s, 738s and 739s except for the 739ERX are not as good as the 73G but in Mexico and AM
we can expect absolutely everything!
In respect to MX
A321s, apparently the airline recently renegociate the high lease payments of their 757s and they will be staying around in MX
a bit longer but this is not AM
case, 757s are leaving in 2005.
As soon as the 757s leave AM
's fleet Im not sure what will happen to LIM
. But if 73G has the range for the route I see AM
downgrading the route, or else, there might be possibilities of seeing AM
giving away LIM
will be able to place a 757 or A318/319/320s on the route!
Rumors of AM
are false! I already saw all AM
schedules for 2005 and AM
will keep the route.
Finally, back to the topic, on December 23rd AM
's new CEO sent a letter to all the employee's notifying that AM
's is finally back on track and operating with black numbers, he confirms the arrival of the T7
(and more of this issue will be disclosed in the short term) and more important changes in the near future!