|Quoting Flydc10 (Reply 9):|
Aviacsa should get some 5 752 to fly from mex-jfk, and also to open a route to Europe, with a stop in Canada or US, and if this is successfully, they should get some 767.
In my opinion, that aircraft doesn't really serve their purpose at this time. They want to fly MTY
, but a smaller aircraft will be more than sufficient.
On the other hand, I always thought that they should have gotten a pair of 767s and started their own MTY
route to compete with AM
by feeding the flights through their MTY
beat them to it, but they would have kicked a$$. The idea doesn't really go with their business niche, but if Santa Barbara Airlines did it (turn from a regional ATR operator to a transatlantic flag carrier) I don't see why Aviacsa wouldn't have been able to either.
The website looks good. I love the pic of their British Aerospace-146s. It doesn't really mentioned that they merged with AeroExo and that the reasons why they are what they are today is thanks to AeroExo's management, which took over the old Aviacsa name and brand, which was then technically bankrupt if I remember?
Pan Am - The World's Most Experienced Airline.