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Old January 16th, 2010, 05:20 AM   #441
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They really need to paint all the fleet in the same livery...
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Old January 17th, 2010, 12:53 PM   #443
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^ Very interesting indeed...I was unaware of the trade between Vietnam & South America. Hopefully this helps Vietnam Airlines enter this market in a near future. It would be great to catch those blue liveries here on this side of the continent. But as far as North America, There's 3 countries in that continent. Are you referring to United States, Canada or Mexico???

One last question, Vietnam Airlines has enter membership w/ SkyTeam???
I meant USA, mainly LAX & SFO

Where have you been! Vietnam Airlines is expected to join SkyTeam in June this year, only a few months to go!
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Where have you been! Vietnam Airlines is expected to join SkyTeam in June this year, only a few months to go!
^ I knew about Vietnam Airlines joining SkyTeam, but was unaware of the status. anyhow, do they might launch LAX or SFO, cool! We will have our ear and eyes open...
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AeroMexico Streamlines its Operations with Global Crossing




FLORHAM PARK, N.J., Jan. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/
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-- Global Crossing (Nasdaq: GLBC), a leading global IP solutions provider, today announced that it is helping AeroMexico, the global airline of Mexico and Latin America, improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its business by providing the airline with a full suite of data and voice services to support more than 30 of its locations worldwide. AeroMexico, which has signed a three-year contract with Global Crossing, chose the company over its incumbent provider of 11 years.
AeroMexico connectivity and Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) to connect 22 United States locations, including Chicago, Miami, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Diego, and eight international locations, including Brazil, Chile, France, Mexico City, Peru, and Spain. Global Crossing's managed IP services will enhance the airline's entire operations globally, including its in-flight scheduling and baggage systems. Global Crossing's toll-free and long-distance services will support the airline's reservation systems and enhance its call center operations.
"Since implementing Global Crossing's converged IP services several months ago, we've already improved services to our customers and have seen cost savings of more than 40 percent annually on our telecommunications expenses," said Jaime Pocasangre, chief information officer at AeroMexico. "By migrating our international operations to Global Crossing services, we're significantly enhancing the efficiency of our business and the quality of the customer experience we deliver."
"We're proud that AeroMexico has chosen Global Crossing's converged and managed IP services to help streamline its operations," said Neil Barua, Global Crossing's managing director for North America. "We appreciate the opportunity to bring them enhanced services and look forward to providing them with additional capabilities as their business evolves."
"Having AeroMexico as one of Global Crossing's customers is a great distinction and opportunity to demonstrate our ability to provide top-notch services to one of the leading airlines in the region," said Hector Alonso, Global Crossing's managing director for Latin America. "By connecting their various locations while at the same time making their business more efficient we are continuing to demonstrate our ability to service and expand into the airline industry."
Global Crossing Converged IP Services enable high-quality any-to-any connectivity. The service consistently delivers essential levels of latency, jitter and packet loss to ensure the successful concurrent handling of multiple types of traffic, especially voice and video. It is backed by comprehensive service-level agreements (SLAs) covering the overall performance of the service, and online access to real-time and historical service-performance reports.
Global Crossing is a Tier 1 global Internet provider, and its DIA service offers connectivity to all domains worldwide, optimizing traffic routing. Global Crossing's global, fully meshed IP Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) network provides unrivaled reach with state-of-the-art flexibility and availability.
Global Crossing is recognized as an experienced, leading provider of seamless, reliable, quality communication services around the world and its commitment to delivering on customer expectations is second to none. Its Managed Network Services are available in more than 60 countries. The service provides end-to-end data management services for Global Crossing transport services, such as Managed IP Virtual Private Network (VPN) and Managed DIA.
Global Crossing's Service Delivery team manages the end-to-end implementation plan, working with customers to ensure on-time service delivery. In addition, a Customer Service Management team provides access to a single point of contact for life-cycle service needs. MNS is supported by Global Crossing's customer portal, uCommand®, which directly provides 24x7 online access to provision, troubleshoot, control, monitor, support, and manage the service.
End-to-end management includes support for industry-leading Service Level Agreements for service availability and mean time to respond.
ABOUT AEROMEXICO
AeroMexico and its subsidiary, AeroMexico Connect, currently operate more than 600 daily flights through the airline's new Terminal 2 at its Mexico City International Airport hub to 40 destinations in Mexico, 16 U.S. locations in 11 states, as well as major cities that include Tokyo, Paris and Buenos Aires in 12 other countries worldwide. U.S. cities served are Los Angeles, Ontario (Ca.), San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Denver, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Seattle-Tacoma, Houston, San Antonio, Atlanta, Chicago, New York City, Orlando and Miami; as well as Toronto and Montreal in Canada. AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages. The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through its SkyTeam global airline alliance with nine full member carriers and two associate carriers.
AeroMexico has been recognized for its award-winning style of personalized in-flight service, one of the world's best on-time flight records, the highest safety and quality standards ratings, outstanding reliability and baggage handling performance, and exceptional value based on its competitive fares and superior service. Additional information is available at www.aeromexico.com or 1-800-237-6639.
ABOUT GLOBAL CROSSING
Global Crossing (Nasdaq: GLBC) is a leading global IP and Ethernet solutions provider with the world's first integrated global IP-based network. The company offers a full range of data, voice and collaboration services. Global Crossing delivers an industry leading customer experience to approximately 40 percent of the Fortune 500, as well as to 700 carriers, mobile operators and ISPs. It delivers converged IP services to more than 700 cities in more than 70 countries around the globe.
Please visit www.globalcrossing.com or blogs.globalcrossing.com/ for more information about Global Crossing.
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Delta and SkyTeam Issue Statement of Support for Japan Airlines



TOKYO, Jan. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/
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-- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) and SkyTeam today issued the following statement in response to the announcement that Japan Airlines (JAL) has entered into court-led financial restructuring under the guidance of the Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corporation of Japan (ETIC).
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"Delta and SkyTeam fully support Japan Airlines and stand ready to provide assistance and support in any way possible. Delta fully expects that JAL, with the support of ETIC, will be successful in its restructuring and return the airline to a position of prominence. Delta went through a similar restructuring process, and as a result emerged in 2007 as one of the most financially sound and the world's largest airline.
"JAL customers should continue to book their travel on the flagship carrier of Japan as they will not notice any impact to service as a result of the restructuring.
"Delta has been in discussion with JAL in hopes of forming a strategic SkyTeam partnership that would provide significant benefits for JAL and all of its stakeholders."
SkyTeam members include Aeroflot, AeroMexico, Air France, Alitalia, China Southern, Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air and associate members Air Europa and Kenya Airways.
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Old January 20th, 2010, 09:50 AM   #448
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I'll fly these days, not on AM, but still i promise pictures. That of above must be quite recent, from this week of rainy days at TIJ. I hope i can still catch some rainy shots...
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This 145 ran off the runway right after landing at Tijuana Intl. Airpt., after a week of severe storms that continue today.
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AS I promised a long time ago, there's a pic of the ticket office at BCN airport. It was located at the old T2 terminal, so I guess this image is kind of historic. Now Sky Team is located at the new T1. After T2's reforms, AF-KLM will come back to it. I don't know if AeroMexico and all the other Sky Team airlines will go with them.

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This 145 ran off the runway right after landing at Tijuana Intl. Airpt., after a week of severe storms that continue today.
^ what happened??? IS that Emb-145 done for life???
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AS I promised a long time ago, there's a pic of the ticket office at BCN airport. It was located at the old T2 terminal, so I guess this image is kind of historic. Now Sky Team is located at the new T1. After T2's reforms, AF-KLM will come back to it. I don't know if AeroMexico and all the other Sky Team airlines will go with them.

^ So they've moved to the new SkyTeam hub, eh? Thanks for the pix, many, many, many months later...
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The 737 looks nice and shinny and the 762 looks very chubby on the last pix... Thanks for sharing Oasis-Bangkok!!!
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Ontario loses foreign flight


10:27 AM PST on Friday, January 22, 2010
By KIMBERLY PIERCEALL
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Inland travelers wanting to fly to Guadalajara won’t be able to use Ontario International Airport between Feb. 5 and July 1.

AeroMexico, the airport’s only international airline, is ending its year-round service at the airport to switch to a seasonal schedule. The airline plans to fly daily into and out of Ontario between July 1 and Aug. 28.

The airline will still be offering 11 weekly non-stop flights to Guadalajara from LAX, said Veronica Villalon with Paco Communications, a public relations agency that represents Aeromexico.

LAX is owned and operated by Los Angeles World Airports which also owns and operates Ontario Airport.

She said the airline constantly reviews their routes and examined the profitability of each.

“This is one of them that they had to adjust,” she said of the Ontario route.

AeroMexico offered one daily flight, about 124 seats, at Ontario Airport.

Reach Kimberly Pierceall at 951-368-9552 or [email protected].
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Mexico's domestic market shrunk 11% in 2009

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Mexico's domestic market contracted by 11% last year as the combination of the H1N1 virus and the economic downturn had a devastating impact on traffic figures.
Data released this week by Mexico's DGAC show that the country's airlines ended 2009 with 24.6 million passengers carried in scheduled domestic operations. This represents an 11% drop compared to the 27.7 million passengers carried in scheduled domestic operations in 2008.
For every month in 2009 traffic was down on a year-over-year basis, including an 8% drop in December from 2.3 to 2.1 million passengers. By far the biggest decline was recorded in May, during the height of the H1N1 virus, when only 1.6 million passengers were carried compared to 2.5 million the previous year.
DGAC data show Grupo AeroMexico carrying a market leading 34% of Mexico's domestic passengers last year with rival Grupo Mexicana capturing 29% of the market. The country's two biggest low-cost carriers, Interjet and Volaris, each captured 13% of the domestic market.
Smaller players include low-cost carrier VivaAerobus with 6% market share, leisure carrier Magnicharters with 3% of the market and regional carrier Aeromar with 2% market share.
Mexican carriers also recorded a 7% drop in scheduled international traffic in 2009 from 7.5 million to 7 million passengers. Grupo Mexicana captured 66% of this market, followed by Group Aeromexico with 31%. Volaris, which only launched international services in mid 2009, has already captured 3% of the international market.
Foreign carriers serving Mexico were even more impacted by the unfavourable market conditions, recording a 14% drop from 18.3 million passengers in 2008 to 15.8 million passengers in 2009.
The newly released DGAC data also show traffic declines for all of Mexico's airport operators. Government-owned AICM, which operates Mexico City Airport, saw its total passenger throughput drop 8% from 26.2 million passengers in 2008 to 24.2 million passengers in 2009.
As previously reported by ATI, Guadalajara-based airport group GAP recorded a 13% drop in throughput from 22 million to 19.3 million passengers while Cancun-based ASUR recorded a 12% drop from 17.8 to 15.7 million passengers. DGAC data shows Monterrey-based OMA, which along with GAP and ASUR is publicly traded, with an 18% drop from 14.1 to 11.5 million passengers.
ASA, a government-owned operator of smaller Mexican airports, saw its traffic throughput drop from 1.7 million to 1.6 million passengers.
On the cargo side there was a 16% drop in the domestic market from 110 million tonnes to 94 million tonnes. Mexican carriers also recorded a 4% drop in international cargo traffic to 138 million tonnes while foreign carriers serving Mexico recorded a 14% drop to 234 million tonnes.
Estrafeta was the largest Mexican cargo carrier domestically last year with a 25% share of the market. Internationally, LAN Mexican subsidiary MAS Air was the biggest player among all Mexican and foreign carriers with a 22% share of the total international cargo market.
Despite the big declines in traffic the country's two largest carriers ended 2009 with bigger fleets. According to DGAC data, Grupo AeroMexico's fleet grew last year from 97 to 114 aircraft while Grupo Mexicana's fleet grew from 91 to 112 aircraft. This was driven mainly by the acquisition of regional aircraft which both airline groups have been using to open new routes as well as replace larger aircraft.
Mexico's three low-cost carriers, in comparison, ended the year with only 50 aircraft. This represents only a three aircraft gain compared to 2009 with all three aircraft being added by Volaris.
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As I said, while attempting to land for the 2nd time, the plane ran off the runway... It had to be towed to the hangar to be repaired. The plane remained there as of last week, when I flew, but not these days anymore.

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Slump, flu, visas prompt AeroMexico to withdraw from Canada



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Published on Tuesday, Feb. 09, 2010 12:00AM EST
Last updated on Tuesday, Feb. 09, 2010 4:12AM EST

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AeroMexico is dropping Canada barely a year after introducing its service, a sign of tough times for the Canadian tourism sector.

The Mexico City-based carrier started serving Toronto last March and Montreal last April, but suspended scheduled flights to and from Quebec's largest city in January. AeroMexico's computer reservation system now shows Toronto will be scratched from its network after a final flight on March 24.

William Clark, a Toronto-based aviation lawyer who represents AeroMexico, said in an interview yesterday that the airline has given notice to the Canadian Transportation Agency of the termination of scheduled service to and from Canada.

While the global recession and the H1N1 influenza outbreak hampered Canada's tourism industry last year, the Canadian government's requirement that Mexicans obtain visas to visit Canada, effective last July, hurt AeroMexico just as it sought to establish its new service, industry observers say.

Statistics Canada reports that there were 3,743 visitors from Mexico entering Canada in November, 2009, or a drop of 62.3 per cent from the same month in 2008. The Canadian Tourism Commission warned in a newsletter that trips from Mexico have been "still influenced by the new visa requirements for travellers to Canada."

In first 11 months of 2009, there were 161,399 inbound visitors from Mexico, down 34.9 per cent from the year-earlier period. Mexico registered a sharp decline in January-to-November visitors to Canada last year, with 86,343 fewer travellers than in the same period in 2008.

In November, the total number of international visitors to Canada fell 11.3 per cent to 722,667, according to Statscan data that underscore the slump in inbound tourism. In the first 11 months of 2009, the total slid 7.9 per cent to 14.8 million travellers.

After Mexico, the sharpest percentage drops in the January-November period were overnight trips from Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Australia and Brazil.

The March withdrawal of AeroMexico will leave Mexicana, Air Canada and WestJet Airlines Ltd. to continue serving Canada-Mexico routes with their scheduled flights. There are also a variety of tour operators and charter and regional carriers.

Mexicana recently scaled back its Canadian service, cancelling its non-stop flights to and from Edmonton.

WestJet and Air Canada target Canadian vacationers seeking to escape to a variety of spots in Mexico, and their passenger loads this winter haven't suffered like those of the Mexico-based carriers, which rely much more on Mexican traffic, said Brad Miron, vice-president of business development at holiday retailer itravel2000.

Last April, Canadian tour operators and airlines temporarily cancelled trips to Mexico amid that country's H1N1 outbreak.

But this winter, buoyed by the strong loonie, bookings to sun destinations are expected to improve, said Mr. Miron, who added that some Canadian travellers have switched to Mexico and away from the Dominican Republic after the Jan. 12 earthquake in neighbouring Haiti.

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Tourism slump

Overnight trips to Canada,

Jan.- Nov. 2009, per cent change

-34.9% / Mexico

-29.4 / Japan

-26.3 / South Korea

-17.2 / United Kingdom

-14.6 / Australia

-14.3 / Brazil

-6.2 / U.S.

-3.7 / India

-3.4 / France

-3.1 / Germany

+0.8 / China

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SOURCES / CANADIAN TOURISM COMMISSION

STATISTICS CANADA
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PACO Communications Expands Services to AeroMexico




CHICAGO, Feb. 9 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/

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-- PACO Communications, a Chicago-based multicultural communications agency, recently expanded its services to AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America. PACO Communications became the agency of record for AeroMexico for advertising and e-marketing in May 2009. After a lengthy review process, the agency was just awarded AeroMexico's public relations business for its U.S. and international markets.

"We are thrilled and honored that our relationship with AeroMexico continues to expand," said Ozzie Godinez, CEO and Co-Founder of PACO Communications. "We are energized by the opportunity to develop strategic marketing and public relations efforts to help elevate the airline's position in the marketplace."

PACO will implement AeroMexico's 2010 integrated marketing campaign, which includes public relations, advertising and e-marketing efforts.

"The PACO team has exceeded expectations time and time again with our marketing initiatives, which is why we're pleased to broaden the scope of our relationship," said Lyndelle Nieuwkerk, Marketing Manager - International Advertising and Public Relations. "PACO has been instrumental in helping position AeroMexico as the premier airline of choice for travel to and from Mexico."

About AeroMexico
AeroMexico and its subsidiary, AeroMexico Connect, operate more than 600 daily flights through the airline's hub at Mexico City's International Airport to more than 40 destinations in Mexico, 16 destinations in the U.S. and 10 destinations in nine other countries worldwide. The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through its SkyTeam global airline alliance with 11 other carriers. AeroMexico has been recognized for its award-winning style of personalized in-flight service, one of the world's best on-time flight records, the highest safety and quality standards ratings, outstanding reliability and baggage handling performance, and exceptional value based on its competitive fares and superior service. Additional information is available at www.aeromexico.com

About PACO Communications
One of the fastest growing multicultural agencies in Chicago, PACO Communications doesn't fit the traditional agency description or mold. With client partnerships like Tampico Beverages, Harris N.A., Easter Seals, AeroMexico, Aetna, V&V Supremo Foods and National Pork Board, PACO's experience crosses borders and categories. With a full multicultural and multilingual team, PACO creates ideas that motivate consumers and make brands relevant, not just memorable. The independent agency is 100 percent minority owned and operated. For more information, visit www.pacocommunications.com

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Veronica Villalon, 312.226.7830 (o)
708.721.1493 (c)
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