Now in DB;
As I post: Right now on flightradar24 planes in the air: AeroMar 1 Aeromexico 10 Interjet 1 VivAerobus 18 Volaris 20 Out from MEX today, compared to 3 weeks ago, a rise of 14%: https://twitter.com/flyAPM/status/1291949808211709952?s=20 Aeromar x 11 Aeromexico x 127 Interjet x 11 VivaAerobus x 24 Vol...Jump to post
It's 2:36pm in Mexico City LT. Aeromexico has 37 planes in the air worldwide and Interjet 0. Please, enlighten me, what am I noooooooot seeing, hearing or reading that with 6 badly configured jets (yes, instead of 93, they should put 99 seats ASAP), will put AM on trouble? How? Later night, I'll pos...Jump to post
Mexican Air Force 787-8 XC-MEX filed VCV-MEX 9AM - 2:18PM as FAM3523 tomorrow (July 22). https://flightaware.com/live/flight/FAM3523/history/20200722/1600Z/KVCV/MMMX What's the story behind it? Back operating for the Mexican Governrnent or is it sold? No one will buy it. USA, Canada? Don't buy used...Jump to post
Oh, nice to know that! NAC is in desperately need to allocate those frames! Good and fast move!
Many Embraer 190s out there are ready to be leased ex Air Canada, American, JetBlue, RAM and many more airlines getting rid of them! Good for Bamboo that will give home to 4 frames.
XA-RBA has been repossessed too. Now siting at Mexicana MRO next to XA-RLM. The only last two Aibus 320 in TLC are XA-DOS and XA-JCV. JCV was going under heavy mx, maybe with a fresh check will be returned to lessor. DOS is here next to FUA and looked under terrible shape: 6058115 FUA is gone, and a...Jump to post
SpaceshipDC10 wrote:I'm not sure whether it's specific at these Pandemic times, but I notice that since a while their CVG-GDL-QRO-GDL-CVG flights (982/981) are operated by AeroUnion and their A306s.
AM-DL alone have the 25% of the MEX-USA traffic. https://thepointsguy.com/news/aeromexico-says-adios-to-the-embraer-e170-amid-plans-to-remove-19-jets-through-bankruptcy/ Aeromexico is the largest airline in Mexico and a close partner of Delta Air Lines. Together with Delta, the two carriers carried ...Jump to post
greg3322 wrote:There are currently six Interjet A321s at Chino, CA (KCNO).
This is as of yesterday morning.
I've listened on frequency, talking in spanish, I think they've leased one or a pair of 767 to MasAir. Can anyone confirm this? I think they're MAA pilots with Cargojet numbers and callsign. Is that possible?
Only reason the US airline industry isn't all running to the courthouse is because of CARES act/funding. Wait for October 1st! The difference is, Etihad has actively destroyed the airlines, they have been invested in. They have tried to modify the airlines to a 100% support airline to transfer the ...Jump to post
Ex all cancellations and ex these, who are not any more counted according ASC 600 accounting rules.... End of May, the MAX was down to official number of unfilled orders of 4232. http://active.boeing.com/commercial/orders/displaystandardreport.cfm?cboCurrentModel=737&optReportType=AllModels&...Jump to post
I beleive we'll see some 1000, or more, B737 MAX' cancelled or converted to others models during 2020. Well, I think you might be right. We are 6 months into 2020 and the MAX is already at 700 cancellations or so. What is MAX current order book as of June 30th 2020? Can someone enlighten me? g77Jump to post
XA-JBA, was the last SSJ100 delivered. It had an engine failure and was STD at MTY since March '19 all the way to late 2019. 6058337 It somehow flew to TLC where it's now standing. I believe it has high chancec we can see it flying with maybe another good engine. XA-RLM has been moved to MXA's MRO a...Jump to post
LATAM Argentina lost -$132 million USD in 2019 alone! This is a huge loss for an airline composed of only 15 aircraft, only compromising 13 A320 and 2 763 for its sole long-haul EZE-MIA route. To put this in perspective, another Latin carrier; Grupo AeroMexico, serving 4 continents with a fleet of ...Jump to post
Who would have thought Interjet would end becoming an SSJ only operator. They are banging the hours out of them flying 14 routes with only three airframes. Kudos to their mx team. Who knew? Miracles DO happen! LOL. Good news. SSJ100 SN95086, XA-MRM will return to the fleet tomorrow. Wow, last fligh...Jump to post
One more frame back to the action.
Airbus A321-211, N389DN.
QRO-YYZ, tomorrow it will start flying YYZ-ATL.
Hello everyone. Any chance Mexicana could make a comeback if Interjet goes belly up? I heard rumors last winter there there were plans on bringing Mexicana back but as a new airline using the Mexicana brand. If Interjet goes bust I think in the near future there could be room for a new airline in M...Jump to post
In Mexico, Aeromonterrey Fokker 100 was being transfered from Mexicana. It was painted outside MX MRO but no picture of it, later on, it went back to the paint shop and adopted MX scheme again.
Few pictures of Aeromar's Arava's. I've only seen two very bad ones.
VCVSpotter wrote:FAM 787-8 XC-MEX flight plan changed, VCV-VCV 9:42AM - 12:06PM
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/FAM ... /KVCV/KVCV
And today one more Airbus 320 is being ferried, Airbus 320-214, XA-YES (4933) MEX-TUS-GYR.
XA-FUA and XA-RLM are due for lessors but those are the ones that were cannibalized in order to keep other flying.
This is what happens when you increase production at stupid levels! Boeing was on the same path, and once MAX is free, they'll have 400 planes ready for delivery, that's A LOT OF SEATS in unmature markets! You're not giving enough time to airlines to grow slowly, today, it's not only new planes, lik...Jump to post
I'm assuming that is all USA service? 4O CUN-MIA MAY 0.6>0 4O DFW-MEX MAY 2.0>0[1.7] 4O GDL-LAS MAY 1.0>0[1.0] 4O GDL-LAX MAY 1.0>0[1.9] 4O GDL-ORD MAY 1.0>0[1.0] 4O GDL-SAT MAY 1.0>0[1.0] 4O GDL-SFO MAY 1.0>0[1.0] 4O IAH-MEX MAY 2.0>0[1.6] 4O IAH-MTY MAY 1.0>0[0.8] 4O JFK-MEX MAY 1.0>0 4O LA...Jump to post
As I write, one more Airbus 320 is leaving the country. The turn of XA-IJA (1244). Was STD since February 19th 2020. Law doesn't allowed a foreign investment over 49% @MaksFly. Really weird even AIJ is returning very OLD FRAMES. I thought that at least they would keep these planes. Maybe some arrang...Jump to post
Does this imply only 21 frames in Mexico? Are these returns (voluntary) or repos? Airfleets shiws 24 A32x and 4 Su100: https://www.airfleets.net/flottecie/Interjet.htm Lightsaber Last SSJ flight happened on Mar.17, I wonder what will happen with the remaining 4 or 5 in operation. As I recall these ...Jump to post
Add 3 more to the list of frames returned.
Today Sunday, April 4th it was the turn of:
Only 23 frames left in Mexico.
So, anyone has the active number of MD88s and MD90s?? g77 Still at 32 MD88's and 10 MD90's. However, stay tuned tomorrow since it looks like the MD90's may be dropping off the schedule. https://www.planespotters.net/airline/Delta-Air-Lines Thanks a lot!!! Wow, that's a very small fleet, I can't bel...Jump to post
Interjet had a wonderful operation for the first 3 years without a problem until told by Sukhoi to ground their aircraft for inspection back in December 19th 2016. It was winter season and Interjet didn't do it UNTIL December 23rd when Sukhoi told them and forced them to do untless there might be an...Jump to post
And today, 3 more Airbus 320 are now heading south to SJO, all from GECAS XA-BIG ln/cn/sn 3631 XA-AYO ln/cn/sn 3644 XA-JMA ln/cn/sn 5665 Fleet down to 31 frames. Now the Q is, what destination will be axed... more frames are due for returning and only 18 will be kept. What will AIJ network will look...Jump to post
As of yesterda, one more A320 was returned XA-BIC. Today, as I post, 2 more A320 on their way back, XA-ZIH along with XA-VTA and last movement from today it's XA-DBR an A321N which after is flying to CNO. I believe in CNO there's a MRO right PRFlyer? Maybe these new frames got a new home already. So...Jump to post
Does anyone seeing Interjet flying in 2022? Even if they get some help to stay afloat i can't see that being anything but temporary. Yes, THIS government will not let them go belly up. Since March 17th 2020, Interjet has grounded their last SSJ100 in the air. XA-VAS XA-PPY XA-VER Since March 19th 2...Jump to post
Any chance we can have the info regarding the E2?
Noshow wrote:AFAIK the supply line has been converted to MAX parts only. And the NG is not as capable and competitive as the (working) MAX.
Those would be -9s, correct? I would love to see AM return to PVG and maybe switch another one of its daily flights to JFK from 738 to Dreamliner. Correct. Flying to PVG is like shooting in your foot now. Economy is going to the drain, just like HKG. If AM ever goes back to China, it definitely has...Jump to post
And yes, more B787s are on their way in 2020. Can't say more... for the moment, last one, XA-MFG just started service this week. A record of 19 B787s are flown today. Thanks Ghost. Yes, 19 is the original orders. Nine -8s and ten -9s. I will venture to say the additional Dreamliners coming on board...Jump to post
Effectively Feb 4th, AM is going daily on MEX-ICN. And yes, more B787s are on their way in 2020. Can't say more... for the moment, last one, XA-MFG just started service this week. A record of 19 B787s are flown today. As for MAX grounding, seems it won't be until maybe February now that comes back. ...Jump to post
Sancho wrote:Regarding GDL-CDG I don’t think it’s going to happen, AM doesn’t have enough widebodies and recently they increased capacity in MEX-CDG. I think the only one that can make GDL-Europe work is IB/UX.
Anytime I confident Aeromexico will soon anounced it's fleet renewal of E190 being the E2 again, more E190, same great plane with more range and more economic to fly!
Wait for it in December! Hopefully they go up for 60.
Forgive my question, but what is MEX's major problem? terminal? slots? runways? location? MEX in 2018 had 47.7M passengers. MEX RANK in the TOP50 throughout the years: 2005 / 43 / 24,115,552 2006 / 44 / 24,727,296 2007 / 44 / 25,881,662 2008 / 44 / 26,210,217 2009 / 50 / 24,243,056 2013 / 49 / 31,5...Jump to post