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Old June 23rd, 2009, 04:59 AM   #201
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Towards the end of this year AeroMexico will go to the new T1 terminal with all the Sky Team companies.
So SKyTeam has a Hub in Barcelonia then, this must be because Air Europe is a member, right? Also is there a way you can post pix of AeroMexico's check in desk in this Airport and possibly more pix of AM in action... Would really apreciated dude!!!!
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Old June 23rd, 2009, 09:27 AM   #202
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I'll try Fern. Maybe I'll take a little walk by T2 looking for their desk...
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Old June 23rd, 2009, 09:33 AM   #203
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I'll try Fern. Maybe I'll take a little walk by T2 looking for their desk...
Tucan, if it becomes a major inconvinience then don't worry about too much. I understand Airport are on high alert and last thing we need is for you to get in any sort of trouble at all. If you can then go with your bad self and handle it...

Well gotta go to sleep it's 11:30pm and tomorrow morning I have a busy schedule!!!
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FYI, translated to English...

The airlines AeroMéxico and Mexicana de Aviacion they initiated the personnel adjustment process with the three unions with who they maintain collective contracts: pilot, sobrecargos and workers of land.


22 June, 2009 - 21:58 CREDITO: María of the Pilar Martínez / El Economista

The airlines AeroMéxico and Mexicana of Aviation they initiated the personnel adjustment process with the three unions with who they maintain collective contracts: pilot, sobrecargos and workers of land.
The arguments that have presented the businesses to the workers are that has not improved the economic situation and does neither have a significant increase in the demand in this middle of transportation.
In the Union Association of Sobrecargos of Aviation (ASSA) the reduction will be 10% of the labor staff, in both businesses.
Although yet it is not defined what people will leave, the Collective Contract of Work establishes that them said good-bye they notice function of the ladder, that is to say, that the most affected would be the of new income, explained Lizette Carnation Sánchez, general secretary of ASSA.
In the meantime, in the Union Association of Pilot Aviators (REEL) the situation not yet is completely defined; nevertheless, in the last assembly of workers was reported that in the case of AeroMéxico, the business maintained that before the economic situation and the reduction in the demand of users will have to descend to land 20 airships, with what there would be that to dispense with the services of at least 170 of its Pilot, of the more than 840 that at present labor.
According to the plan, the number of pilots that would leave almost immediately they are 40 and from September next they will be liquidated 30 workers each month until completing the 170 pilots. While for the Union Independence that groups workers of land, the situation is very different.
Tomás of the Bull, secretary general, commented that although they descend the airplanes "is necessary to give them maintenance and we need the complete labor staff".
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Molinar Horcasitas believes viable fusion of AeroMéxico and Mexicana


El Universal Durango Monday June 22, 2009
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The secretary of Communications and Transportations, Juan Molinar Horcasitas, he assured that is necessary the restructuring of the industry aeronatics of the country to manage to displace a greater number of passengers by Mexican Airlines.
Such it was its answer to the question on the fusion of AeroMéxico and Mexicana, carried out during its visit of supervision to the works of the super highway Durango-Mazatlán.
Molinar referred that before the crisis by which crosses this sector is necessary to do it viable.
It cited that the aviation in the country passed through a crisis in three moments: the world economic recession, the increase in the turbosina and the influenza.
It indicated that already managed to surpass with success the warning by it cited epidemic of the virus AH1N1, and with it began a recovery in the number of passing air mail.
At the same time, stated during the press conference, that took place after maintained a meeting with members of the Mexican Camera of the Industry of the Construction (CMIC) delegation Durango, that the federal government is willing to help in this restructuring of that sector.
On the situation of Aviacsa, established that will be permitted them to resume operations, when they modify their turbines of operation to give guarantees of security.
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Also translated to English...

WEF presses to Mexico labor and educational reforms

June 22, 2009
they Talk Association Publicity and Counsel of the Communication
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The National Association of the Publicity Chapter Mexico, that is the new organization of media, advertisers and creative, yes is in talk with the Counsel of the Communication. Issac Chertorivski and Alberto Roasted have had approaches. The first result is that both groups will continue for separated. There will not be a fusion. And it be planted that each one has different messages inside the private sector. As for being added to a same campaign, did neither there were fruits. Soon the National Association of the Publicity will launch its campaign on employment, and will not go along with the counsel.
Approaches, good will, but will be two different groups.
AeroMéxico, Banamex and AICM (Mexico City International Airport)
AeroMéxico defends of the demand of the International Airport of Mexico City, that has demanded to the airline by pay him not the TUA, the Airport flat Rate.
The of the capital airport indicates that AeroMéxico owes him 390 million pesos, and only along with Aviacsa is the only airline that him not the TUA has paid.
Nevertheless, AeroMéxico, presided by José Luis Barraza and directed by Andrés Conesa, has argued that invested very strong to operate in the Terminal 2 and that the airport has not paid him said total.
The two they are owed. And probably the totals be able "netear".
AeroMéxico continues ahead. It has just decreed its increase of capital. And here it calls the attention that Banamex yes added to the increase of capital. A discussion exists on if Banamex should continue in the airline. At the beginning was indispensable its inclusion to achieve the financing in the purchase of the airline. But at present the bank could leave AeroMéxico and to be maintained as its financial agent. When all is said and done the business of the bank is not to be owner of an airline but the financial mediation.
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Old June 24th, 2009, 09:05 AM   #207
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Reading about the current Mexican Aviation situation. I and like many others are actually wondering what the future brings for AeroMexico. SInce most news/rumors are very un-clear as to what exactly is in store. For example, you hear about a possible merger w/ Mexicana Airlines. Then about a possible fusion between boths airlines. Last you hear about one of them going belly up. Which brings me to this, I do not want AM getting the short end of the stick. I hope they survive for many, many more years and someday incorporate 747-8's into it's fleet...

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Old June 24th, 2009, 11:45 PM   #208
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Aren't they lovely...??? Hahahah...


Here... One AM's Connect EMB 190 at GDL... Not mine...

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Old June 25th, 2009, 01:59 AM   #209
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Here... One AM's Connect EMB 190 at GDL... Not mine...

Nice! So when are the rest of E190's coming in???
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Old June 25th, 2009, 02:02 AM   #210
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This would be a good time for AM to buy the competion off...

Mexicana Airline Seeking Government Loan



MEXICO CITY – Mexicana airline asked the government for a loan of 1.5 billion pesos ($113 million) to deal with a financial squeeze stemming from the country’s recent swine-flu outbreak, CEO Manuel Borja said in an interview published Tuesday in the daily Reforma.

The carrier company requested the funds through the state agency Nacional Financiera because it is having “short term” liquidity problems.

“In Mexicana before the flu we were able to keep a stable cash flow in the company even after investments,” Borja said.

The outbreak of the AH1N1 virus is blamed for more than 100 deaths in Mexico and prompted authorities to impose a five-day shutdown in early May. Tourism revenues are down 43 percent compared with last year.

Borja said this is “the first time we have had to seek special help, and it started with the flu, because what we had been doing before allowed us to stay up to date with payments to our suppliers,” he said.

Nonetheless, Borja seemed confident that the company will get the loan, since the airline has no delinquent debts.

Borja acknowledged nonetheless that in May the company agreed with the companies that lease it some of its airliners not to make its payments this month.

Mexicana also agreed with its management and administrative staff to reduce wages by 20 percent between May and July to meet the difficult financial situation.

The businessman also rejected calls for a merger of Mexicana and Mexico’s other major airline, AeroMexico.

In Borja’s opinion, the economic crisis will hit bottom in 2009, and in 2010 the airline will have a positive year. EFE


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Old June 25th, 2009, 02:23 AM   #211
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What Team the new Airline will be in?

What name will be? Aeromexicana?

I think fusion is now a reality.
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What Team the new Airline will be in?.
That would depend on who buys who, so it's obvious that if AeroMexico stays so will SKyTeam. If the cometition wins then I dunno since they are not currently in any alliance.

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What name will be? Aeromexicana?.
Heck no! That sounds chessy and credits Mexicana more than AeroMexico in the long run. The name should remain for the one that stays afloat and survives (how ever they can) money always talk, right? AM has major financial back-up and the competition, well you can just read post #210

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Thank you, now how will your post number 5 thousand wil be?
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On the verge of settling debts AeroMéxico and Aviacsa



Cecilia fig Tree | Business Wednesday 24 of June, 2009 | Hour of creation: 02:14| Finalizes modification: 02:14

The two only airlines that maintain debits with the International Airport of Mexico City (AICM) are AeroMéxico, with around 380 million pesos, and Aviacsa, with little more than 40 million pesos, confirmed Hector Velázquez Crown, director of the air terminal.
In interview, the executive indicated that with both airlines negotiations are maintained and they go very advanced the talks, in order to that they liquidate you said debits by concept of the Rate of Airport Use (TUA).
In the case of Aviacsa, indicated, "we are negotiating with them, guarantees give us and questions of that type", and although the total is greater, stated, itself would not be able to request that way the Office of the secretary of Communications and Transportations (SCT) be to suspended the operations of the airline directed by Eduardo Moral, "therefore we cannot suspend it because is a matter of a civil trial".
With AeroMéxico, said, there is a proposal that the business did so that be condoned him its debt in exchange for the investments (by around 400 million pesos) that did in the Terminal 2 to be moved, "we are doing an evaluation on the matter and we are going to see what happens".
It interviewed to the term of the firm to create the Committee of Accessibility and Universal Design for the people with Disability, Velázquez Crown referred that the situation of Aviacsa "continues have with its judgments" and the Office of the secretary (of Communications and Transportations) continues with the same.
"That business about the debt and the demand goes walking –added—, the demands go walking, the judge of San Luis Potosí is doing its inquiries, is doing what has to do, and the theme of us of the airport is that we are doing what we should do legally, that is to negotiate so that they liquidate", said

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VERY INTERESTING NOTE...

Air war: Who gives more?

What lacked. An air war between the two main firms: AeroMéxico, property of Banamex, and Mexican of Aviation, of Group Inns, by defining who is who in this market, but, above all, which he is worth more and he can assume the control of the other, given that the national and international situation does not give for more than one large player.
That who is better financially?, or ¿who is worth more? The reality is that the sector to international level is in bad conditions and, this year, the loss that will suffer the guild in Aztec territory and to external level nobody can brake him, even the empequeñecimiento of the fleet.
By some points he can be affirmed that AeroMéxico, that directs Andrés Conesa, he is weaker than Mexican of Aviation, property of Gastón Azcárraga.
AeroMéxico was put out to bid in November of 2007, that is to say, two after Mexican years, for which, permitted to the firm of Azcárraga to have greater time to carry out its restructures.
While AeroMéxico has not been able to conclude with its restructures financier, renewal of fleet and even technological platforms.
Nevertheless, it is a fact that none of the two players crosses for his better moment, and is fundamental that come to an agreement to reach an association or stock transaction, given that is a reality that the competence is outside of the Mexican borders, ¿or will be that we will see to arrive at these two airlines Mexican foreign capital?
The certain thing is that the war that already began between the two most important airlines of Mexico only leaves to make out the weaknesses of both, and gives the opportunity that the foreigners win territory.
The antecedents show us that a fusion of airlines is the most viable exit to surpass the crisis.
This approach limits to the CFC, to the command of Eduardo Pérez Motta, limits the possibility of competence in the sector, although nothing is writing, less in an air slope.
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Airline Aeromexico To Get MXN500 Million Infusion From Investors



MEXICO CITY -(Dow Jones)
June 25, 2009: 06:32 PM ET


Mexican airline AeroMexico, investors have committed to inject 500 million pesos ($37.9 million) into the company to help it cover financial shortcomings resulting from the local outbreak of A/H1N1 influenza, a top official said Thursday.

The flu outbreak caused AeroMexico's load factors to sink to 50% in May, despite capacity reductions the carrier implemented, Andres Conesa, the airline's chief executive, said at a press conference.

Though load factors have since rebounded to 70% - which actually is higher than before the outbreak - Conesa said AeroMexico faces "some other maturities on debt taken on in the past," and the company is looking at ways to finance the payments.

Besides further direct infusions of capital from AeroMexico's investors, possibilities include taking on additional debt from either the private sector or state development banks, or selling assets.

The company is also negotiating with the lessors of its aircraft "to reach the best conditions in the medium term for our fleet," Conesa said, though he added that "it's very probable that some planes will leave our fleet."

On the other hand, he said AeroMexico "has room to borrow," since the company didn't add to its debt last year and has only around $240 million in total debt, compared with $2 billion in annual revenues.

AeroMexico's main local rival, Mexicana de Aviacion, said this week it has requested a MXN1.5 billion credit line from a state development bank to cover a "hole" in its finances resulting from the flu outbreak.

The health scare came at a tough time for Mexico's airline industry. The domestic market remains saturated with small and low-cost airlines challenging the dominance of legacy carriers AeroMexico and Mexicana. High fuel costs last year weighed on companies' balance sheets, and the global economic crisis has been particularly severe in Mexico this year, with gross domestic product contracting 8.2% in the first quarter.

Expectations for a consolidation in the local airline industry remain high among analysts and insiders, and rumors of a merger between AeroMexico and Mexicana have flourished in recent months.

Conesa said that AeroMexico's investors, who include local Citigroup (C) unit Banamex, have explored the possibility of joining up with Mexicana.

"You have to analyze all the options," he said, noting that AeroMexico has also looked at consolidating with other airlines.

"Right now the most important thing, the duty of our board, is to take the necessary measure to guarantee that AeroMexico gets through this alone," Conesa said.

Conesa said the company is financially strong enough at the moment to make decisions "with a cool head."

Regarding a lawsuit filed against AeroMexico by the Mexico City International Airport, Conesa denied wrongdoing on the part of the airline.

Conesa confirmed that AeroMexico owes the airport MXN390 million in fees charged to passengers when they book their reservation. But he said the airport owes AeroMexico between MXN300 million and MXN330 million for investments the company made in the airport several years ago, and the two parties are involved in talks to possibly exchange their debts.

"I don't have the slightest doubt that we're going to reach an agreement," he said.
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Some great news...hope a fusion doesn't happen!!!

Aeromexico rules out merger with rivals for now

Thu Jun 25, 2009 4:32pm EDT








MEXICO CITY, June 25 (Reuters) - AeroMexico said on Thursday that it had no immediate plans to merge with rivals despite media speculation that a deal was in the works as a way to survive a decline in tourism because of the harsh economic climate and the flu outbreak.




In recent weeks, local media had suggested that AeroMexico was considering a merger with Mexicana.
AeroMexico's Chief Executive Andres Conesa told reporters that teaming up with Mexicana was always a possibility, but there was nothing concrete for now. He said Mexicana was an option "as well as many others."
"It is a permanent exercise to explore what you can do," Conesa said, adding that the company was open to everything from a merger in Mexico or abroad to buying a local competitor or selling some assets.
"Right now the most important thing is to take the necessary steps to guarantee that AeroMexico moves ahead alone," Conesa said.
The company's board is also considering accessing debt markets to boost operations but Conesa declined to elaborate.
AeroMexico was bought in 2007 by Citigroup's (C.N) Mexican branch Banamex.
Airlines across the globe have lost business in the financial crisis, prompting some of them to alter routes, halt airplane orders and increase prices.
Several small airlines in Mexico have closed in the past 18 months.
A flu outbreak in late April further pressured airlines as international and local travelers canceled flights to Caribbean resorts like Cozumel and Cancun.
Still, AeroMexico said it planned to transport 12 million passengers by the end of this year, about the same as 2008. (Reporting by Cyntia Barrera and Veronica Sparrowe)
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Aeroméxico seeks that AICM pay him 330 mdp


The airline invested this money in the construction of a platform of maintenance, but then yielded these lands for the terminal 2


Notimex-El Universal Mexico City Thursday June 25, 2009 14:44

AeroMéxico will seek that the International Airport of Mexico City (AICM) pay him the 330 million pesos that invested in the construction of a platform of maintenance, after yielded its lands where would be located for the building of the Terminal 2.
In press conference, the general director of AeroMéxico, Andrés Conesa, detailed that is found in negotiations with authorities of the AICM, "given that we have a debit with them and vice versa, and to end of accounts we expect to arrive at an agreement in the next days".
He stated that AeroMéxico considers an Airport Use Rate debt (TUA) that elevates to 390 million pesos, which they will negotiate with the air terminal.
It explained that they were seen obliged to carry out the construction of a new platform of maintenance from the building of the terminal 2 of the airport for which the resources that invested resulted debt in favor of the business.
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