The Rest Of Aeromexico Ended

Thu Jun 15, 2000 10:01 am

I´m from mexico i can give some information from
aeromexico mexicana ex taesa aviacsa etc
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Thu Jun 15, 2000 10:08 am

I believe he's trying to say that he is from Mexico and will be able to answer any questions about Mexican airlines that we may have.
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Thu Jun 15, 2000 10:57 am

It's good to see someone can react to a friendly offer of information... without a contemptuous, sneering response.

So, AM 767.. a few years ago, I flew AeroExo DFW-Cozumel; the 727 was white livery, with very large "Aero Exo" on the side, and some of hte lettering looked VERY much like Pan Am writing; did Aero Exo take some Pan Am aircraft and utilize certain of the existing paint/lettering?

It looked good, not making fun. But the timing was right, not too long after Pan Am folded.

Also, is "AeroExo" the same thing as Aeroejecutivos?

Stick with us, 767; some of us are with you... I'm writing to you from what used to be Northern Mexico... Dallas.
...three miles from BRONS, clear for the ILS one five approach...
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Aeromexico 767

Thu Jun 15, 2000 11:19 pm

Hey aeromexico 767! I was just wondering about TAESA. Did they ever find anyone to pump cash to get the airline back into business? Or did they just let the airline go under?
Thanks, Tony
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AeroExo & Taesa Questions.

Fri Jun 16, 2000 5:18 am

AeroExo was indeed Aero Ejecutivos. This airline purchased Aviacsa and decided to keep the Aviacsa logo and name because it was much better for commercial purposes than AeroExo. The last livery that AeroExo used was kind of weird. I don't think that AeroExo's livery had anything to do with Pan Am's.
Maybe it just looked a bit similiar to you.

If you want more info on the Taesa story just go to today's news. From my oint of view, they will never fly again!

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Sat Jun 17, 2000 7:17 am

A group in Mexico decided to buy the group
Transportes Aereos Ejecutivos Sociedad Anonima
and decided to restart the flights the 1st of july with the few fleet in good conditions, but the secretary of permissions in Mexico failed the oportunity.

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