|Quoting Sflaflight (Reply 18):|
There's another thread floating around that AM is to get rid of 10 frames. How are they going to do that!
Well, this is very true, AM
's CEO wants to cut by 10 frames mainline fleet, remember AM
has something near to 105
frames including its regional partner Aerolitoral, more over, this last one, keeps growing its network and fleet, plus either some E190's arriving... AM
desperatedly wants to cut the ASK's in the domestic market. AM
''s proposal was to ground 150 pilots, 300 f/a's and 500 employee's in several other areas. AM
and 5D's labour is near to 8,500, if they reduce the number to 7,500 it will still be VERY HIGH!! MX
as well as QA
have something near to 7,000 employee's, they have less planes in fleet and its revenue was higher vs AM
last year as well as they flew more pax. MX
alone, last year carried 8.8M pax with QA
they reached the 10.2M mark, this year, MX
goal alone, is to carry more than 10M pax and do 2.5M with Click. Things aren't that good at AM
. But nobody has to worry, as long as it is government owned, AM
's losses won't hurt any investor or its administration.
|Quoting Jfk777 (Reply 21):|
How is the Mexico-Tijuana-Tokyo route working fro AeroMexico ? With the extra 777 coming what routes are they going to fly?
It's doing good. Hopefully it stays! The so awaited 4th B777 should come and AM
should keep focusing on the international market. The domestic side battle should be left to Aerolitoral. If PP
goes somewhere else, then discard any other change in the long haul fleet at the moment. Who knows what will be of AM
by 2010 if they keep this heading.....