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ESTABLISHED IN 1975. A K A IN ASSOCIATION WITH AEROCOZUMEL AS MEXICANA INTER. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
XOLA 535 PISO 30
COLONIA DEL VALLE
03100 CIUDAD DE MEXICO, YUCATAN, MEXICO
PASEO DE MONTEJO 96 X-17, COL MEXICO
97120 MERIDA, (YUCATAN), MEXICO
Mexico was established in 1821, covers an area of 1,958,201 sq kms, its population is 101 million, its capital is Mexico City, and its official language is Spanish.
APRIL 1996: CINTRA GROUP (CMA) OWNED.
SERVICES TO ACUPULCO, CHETUMAL, COZUMEL, FLORES (TIKAL), HUATILCO, MERIDA, MINATITLAN, OAXACA, PUERTO ESCONDIDO, TUXTLA GUTIERREZ, VERA CRUZ, AND VILLAHERMOSA.
1 DC-9-10 (JT8D-15), EX-INTERCONTINENTAL (ITA).
MAY 1997: 1 DC-9-10 (JT8D-7B), EX-INTERCONTINENTAL (ITA).
MARCH 1998: 1 DC-9-10 (JT8D-7B), EX-ALLEGRO AIR (AEG).
APRIL 1998: 350 EMPLOYEES.
MAY 1998: 1 DC-9-15 FOR TOTAL 5. 5/5 ORDERS JETSTREAM 32EP'S, 19 PAX, TO REPLACE 3 FH-227'S.
SEPTEMBER 1998: 1 MD-83 (49848), ALLEGRO AIR (AEG) SUBLEASED TO AEROMEXICO (AMX) FOR 6 MONTHS FOR OPERATIONS BY AEROCARIBE (AEB).
NOVEMBER 1998: 5 B AE JETSTREAM 32EP'S DELIVERIES, WITH SERVICE FROM CANCUN AND MERIDA HUBS, SERVING 26 CITIES. FEEDS MEXICANA (CMA) AS A MEXICANA INTER AFFILIATE.
DECEMBER 1998: 2 CESSNA 208B GRAND CARAVANS (0525). 4 JETSTREAM 32 (TPE331-12UAR-701H), EX-B AE AMT (910; 912; 915; 916).
MARCH 1999: 1 JETSTREAM 32 (TPE331-12UAR-704H) DELIVERY.
APRIL 1999: 400 EMPLOYEES. SITA: MIQTRMX, QUQDYMX.
OCTOBER 1999: 6 ORDERS (JANUARY 2000) DC-9-31'S, EX-US AIRWAYS (USA), WILL REPLACE 4 OTHER DC-9'S.
DECEMBER 1999: 1 B AE 3201 (920, N920AE), LEASED.
MARCH 2000: NEW ROUTE TUXTLA GUTIERREZ TO TAPACHULA, MEXICO, AND GUATEMALA CITY.
APRIL 2000: 400 EMPLOYEES.
JUNE 2000: IN JULY 2000, PLANS TO EXTEND ITS ROUTE NETWORK BEYOND MEXICO, TO HAVANA. CURRENTLY SERVES OAXACA, ACAPULCO, GUADALAJARA, AND MONTERREY.
JULY 2000: ACCDT: (AEB) JETSTREAM 32 CRASHED 35 MILES SOUTH OF VILLAHERMOSA = ALL 2 (FC)/17 PASSENGER FATALITIES - B AE 3201EP (912-N912FJ).
STARTS SERVICE TO HAVANA.
OCTOBER 2000: 1 B AE JETSTREAM SUPER 31 (TPE331-12UAR-704H) (943, N943AE), EX-CC AIR.
NOVEMBER 2000: 1 DC-9-31 (JT8D-15) (48120, XA-ABR), EX-US AIRWAYS (USA).
JANUARY 2001: ACAPULCO - GUADALAJARA/CANCUN.
1 B AE 3201 JETSTREAM (940, N940AE "MIGUELON").
FEBRUARY 2001: HECTOR COBO, MAINTENANCE MANAGER, EX-MEXICANA (CMA).
JUNE 2001: 1 DC-9-31 (48147), US AIRWAYS (USA) LEASED.
APRIL 2002: MAIN BASE: MERIDA AIRPORT, YUCATAN.
July 2002: Oaxaca to Mexico City.
January 2003: Eduardo Rodriguez Bernal, President replaces Jaime Valenzuela, who is taking a rest from business.
May 2003: Veracruz - Ciudad Carmen - Merida (DC-9, 5/week).
DC-9-31 (48114, XA-TXG), Jetran leased.
June 2003: 350 employees.
September 2003: Ciudad Carmen - Tampico.
October 2003: In July 2004, Mexico City - Austin.
November 2003: Mexicana (CMA) will convert its subsidiary, AeroCaribe (AEB) into a low-fare carrier, without affecting the level of service.
December 2003: In January 2004, Huatulco - Mexico City.
October 2004: Parent, Cintra received government approval to merge Aeromexico (AMX) and Mexicana (CMA) into a single carrier, and also Aerocaribe (AEB) with Aerolitoral into a single carrier, in order to sell both new airlines to 3rd parties.
April 2005: Mexicana (CMA) plans to transform its regional subsidiary Aerocaribe (AEB) into Mexico's first low-cost airline to be renamed "Click Mexicana," (http://www.clickmx.com) starting in July 2005 with 3 F 100's eventually growing to 10 airplanes. Operations from Mexico City to Saltillo, Nuevo Laredo, San Luis Potosi, Oaxaca, Zihuatanejo, Huatulco, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Villahermosa, & Merida. Isaac Volin Bolok, CEO.
(AEB) is the regional affiliate of Mexicana (CMA), operating services under the "Mexican Inter" banner. Code shares with its parent company. Operates almost 120 flights/day.
Parent organization/shareholders: Cintra (99.99%).
Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Cancun; Chetumal; Cozumel; Huatulco; Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo; Mazatlan; Merida; Mexico City; Monterrey; Oaxaca; Puerto Escondido; Tuxtla Gutierrez; Veracruz; & Villahermosa.
International, Scheduled Destination: Havana.
June 2005: 3 F 100's (11384, XA-SGF; 11390, XA-JXW; 11400, XA-KXJ), ex-Mexicana (CMA), DebisAirFinance leased.
December 2005: Cintra SA said its shareholders unanimously approved the sale of Mexicana (CMA) and low-cost airline Click (AEB) to the Grupo Posadas hotel company for $165 million plus the assumption of $294 million in debt and $997 million in airplane lease obligations in the first stage of Mexico's long-anticipated airline privatization. Posadas also will take a 50% stake in other airline units including ground services and cargo, the "Associated Press" reported. The largest hotel operator in Mexico, Grupo Posadas also has hotels in the USA, Argentina and Brazil. Its brands are Fiesta Americana Grand, Fiesta Americana, Fiesta Inn, Caesar Park, Caesar Business and The Explorean.
Cintra, the state holding company for (AMX) and (CMA), made the announcement as it said it will postpone the sale of (AMX), the larger of the two carriers, until next year. Grupo Posadas also bid on 75% of (AMX) while Grupo Xtrta SA bid for all the shares of both airlines. However, Cintra said both bids were too low.
January 2006: Cintra SA, Mexico's airline holding company, is changing its name to Consorcio Aeromexico, according to media repots. Cintra sold Mexicana (CMA) and its Click (AEB) Low-Cost Carrier (LCC) to hotel company Grupo Posadas last month, but opted to retain AeroMexico (AMX).
March 2006: 1 F 100 (11410, XA-), Fokker leased, ex-(PH-KXR).
April 2006: The Latin American Airline Association announced that Low-Cost Carriers (LCC)s Gol (GOT) and Click Mexicana (AEB) have joined, bringing membership to 29 airlines.
Later, the Latin American Airline Association (AITAL) changed its name to Asociacion Latinoamericana de Transport Aereo (ALTA) to reflect its expanding role in representing all of the region's carriers, not simply those that fly internationally, according to Executive Director Alex de Gunten. (ALTA)'s mission also is changing, he explained. In the past, the association was "very focused" on regulatory and governmental issues. These are still important, but (ALTA) is moving aggressively to help members with commercial concerns. "My mandate is to help airlines become more safe and efficient," de Gunten said. For example, (ALTA) facilitated a fuel-purchasing consortium for Latin American and Caribbean carriers in Miami, enabling them to take advantage of volume discounts. It also worked with five of the region's airlines as they negotiated a joint price on carbon brakes for 767s. "Because Latin America is so fragmented, it creates a lot of inefficiencies, not just for airlines but also for their suppliers," he pointed out.
Under de Gunten, who was named Executive Director in November 2003, the organization has nearly doubled its membership from 16 to 29, including two of Latin America's low-fare airlines, Gol (GOT) of Brazil and Click (AEB) of Mexico, both of which joined this month. (ALTA) also has absorbed the formerly independent Cargo Maintenance and Aeronautical Materials Committee. Turning to safety, all (ALTA) members must pass an (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) by the end of 2007 or lose their membership. The association also is leading an effort to standardize safety procedures among member airlines.
September 2006: Click Mexicana (AEB) is a low-cost carrier (LCC) operating domestic services to and from Mexico City, together with a link to Cuba in the Caribbean.
Parent organization/shareholders: Grupo Posada (100%), a hotel chain.
(IATA) Code: QA - 723. (ICAO) Code: CBE.
Main Base: Mexico City Lic Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX).
Hubs: Cancun International airport (CUN); & Merida Lic Manuel Crecencio Rejon International airport (MID).
Domestic Scheduled Destinations: Cancun; Chetumal; Guadalajara; Huatulco; Merida; Mexico City; Minterrey; Nuevo Laredo; Oaxaca; Puerto Escondido; Saltilla; San Luis Potosi; Toluca; Tuxtla Gutierrez; Veracruz; Villahermosa; & Zihuatanejo.
International Scheduled Destination: Havana.
October 2006: Click Mexicana (AEB) inaugurated nonstop service from Torreon to Las Vegas. The airline operates 2 flights a week using a F 100.
Click Mexicana (AEB) inaugurated nonstop service from Torreon to Los Angeles. The airline operates 2 flights a week using an F 100.
F 100 (11420, PH-LXG)leased from Fokker.
December 2006: Mexico's airline industry is facing a significant overcapacity situation following the emergence of several new entrants, Aeromexico (AMX) CEO, Andres Conesa said at the (ALTA) Latin American Airline Leaders Forum. According to Conesa, Mexico currently has an average of eight airlines competing on city-pairs of more than 1 million annual passengers compared to four in the USA. Furthermore, the top 10 busiest domestic routes have 1.8 times the number of seats required to meet demand versus 1.2 in the USA.
(AMX) and its regional affiliate Aerolitoral are part of Consorcio Aeromexico, the renamed Cintra, following Cintra's sale of Mexicana (CMA) last year to Grupo Posadas. Mexican new entrants, all Low Cost Carrier (LCC)s, include Volaris (VLS) and InterJet (AAE) based at Toluca Airport outside Mexico City, Alma in Guadalajara, Avolar (AVL) in Tijuana and Viva Aerobus (VVS) in Monterrey. Additionally, (CMA) subsidiary Click (AEB), the former Aerocaribe, operates as an (LCC). Conesa said he expects a shakeout, with only a few new entrants surviving. "It's hard to think they can all remain," he said.
2 F 100s (11333, XA-SHK; 11337, XA-SHL), Pembroke (PEB) leased, deliveries.
March 2007: F28-1000 (11303, XA-JXT), delivery.
April 2007: F 100 (11341), AerCo (DEA) leased.
June 2007: Inherited a network of 23 cities from its parent, Mexicana (CMA). Has 6% market share of Mexican domestic routes.
+4 F 100s this year.
July 2007: F 100 (11320, XA-MRV), delivery.
August 2007: Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR), the Mexican airport operator, said Cancun, Cozumel and Merida airports closed Monday night, August 20th, due to Hurricane Dean, the intense storm that moved across the Yucatan Peninsula. (ASUR) said that "as of now, the airports' infrastructures have not experienced any significant damage." Flights resumed at Montego Bay and Kingston airports, which had closed earlier this week when the storm passed near Jamaica.
December 2007: Click Mexicana (AEB) suffered a two-day strike by cabin staff (CA), that affected approximately 220 flights. The strike ended when the (AEB) offered a +4.74% salary increase and other benefits, "Reuters" reported.
January 2008: 2 F 100s (11347, XA-MQJ; 11383, XA-MQY), TAM Brazil (TPR) leased.
March 2008: F 100 (11305, XA-MRH), TAM Brazil (TPR) leased, ex-(PT-MRH).
April 2008: F 100 (11285), TAM Brazil (TPR) leased, ex-(PT-MRB).
May 2008: 2 F 100s (11284, XA-MRA; 11348, XA-MRE), ex-(PT-MRA)/(PT-MRE), deliveries.
November 2008: Click Mexicana (AEB) carried the 2nd highest number of September passengers of all Mexican carriers (including parent Mexican (CMA)) with 295,794 (+90%).
March 2009: Click Mexicana (AEB) is an affiliate member of the Oneworld (ONW) alliance.
(AEB) will lease 25 717-2BLs, ex-Midwest Airlines (MWX), from Boeing Capital Corporation (TBC). Delivery will begin this month and the airplanes will replace (AEB)'s F 100s. The 717s will seat 20 in business class (C) and 84 in economy (Y). The contract includes provision of training for flight crew, cabin staff and maintenance technicians, as well as spare parts, by Boeing (TBC)'s Commercial Aviation Services division.
717-2BL (55180, XA-CLB), BCC Leasing leased, ex-(N918ME).
April 2009: Rolls-Royce (RRC) signed a long-term TotalCare engine service agreement worth more than >$350 million with the Mexicana (CMA) Group, covering 25 (BR715)-powered 717-200s operated by its low-cost subsidiary Mexicana Click (AEB).
717-2BL (55169, XA-CLC), BCC Leasing leased, ex-(N905ME).
May 2009: 717-2BL (55190, XA-CLD), BCC Leasing leased, ex-(N924ME).
June 2009: 717-2BD (55178, XA-CLE), BCC Leasing leased, ex-(N916ME). F 100 (11410, XA-KXR), returned to Aircraft Finance & Trading.
July 2009: 717-2BD (55167, XA-CLG), Boeing Capital (TBC) leased, ex-(N903ME).
August 2009: 2 717-2BLs (55177, XA-CLF; 55183, N921ME), ex-Midwest Express (MWX).
September 2009: Mexicana (CMA) and its MexicanaClick (AEB) and MexicanaLink subsidiaries officially will become part of Oneworld (ONW) on November 10, the alliance announced. Mexicana (CMA)'s network spans 67 destinations in 14 countries (including 37 in Mexico). Addition of the mainline and the two subsidiaries, which will join as affiliate members, will add 26 destinations to the Oneworld (ONW) map - - 24 in Mexico along with Oakland and Edmonton. (ONW) airlines currently serve 13 Mexican destinations. Iberia (IBE) has sponsored (CMA) during its membership process. (CMA) operates 26 A320s, 21 A319s, 10 A318s, two A330s, two 767-200s and two 767-300s. MexicanaClick (AEB) operates 24 F 100s and six 717s, while MexicanaLink flies 12 CRJ-200s. (ONW) said S7 Airlines (SBR) is "on track" to join next year.
October 2009: Click Mexican (AEB) has applied to fly to San Juan, Puerto Rico, from Mexico City, via Cancun. The flights are
scheduled to begin in December with 717s, pending regulatory approval.
717-2BL (55194), ex-Midwest Airlines (MWX). F 100 (11420, XA-LXG), returned to Fokker.
November 2009: Mexicana (CMA) and its affiliates officially became the Oneworld (ONW) alliance's 11th member, adding 24 Mexican destinations, Edmonton and Oakland to the (ONW) alliance's map.
Iberia (IBE) Chairman & CEO, Antonio Vazquez, whose airline sponsored (CMA)'s entry, said the (ONW) alliance's newest member "will considerably strengthen (ONW)'s long-established position as the leading airline alliance in the Spanish-speaking world and in Latin America." (LAN) Airlines is the (ONW) alliance's other Latin American member.
All alliance benefits and services are available to (CMA) passengers on the mainline and MexicanaClick (AEB) and MexicanaLink subsidiaries. (CMA) serves 67 destinations in 14 countries. Other (ONW) members currently serve 13 Mexican airports.
"Work is well advanced in linking up Mexicana (CMA)'s Information Technology (IT) systems to those of (ONW)'s established members. This has been eased by (CMA) switching its main platform earlier this year to Amadeus Altea, which is already used by seven other (ONW) airlines," (CMA) said.
The (CMA) mainline operates 26 A320s, 21 A319s, 10 A318s, two A330s, two 767-200s and two 767-300s. MexicanaClick (AEB) flies 24 F 100s and six 717s, while MexicanaLink uses 12 CRJ-200s.
(ONW) said its global network now comprises nearly 750 airports in close to 150 countries, with airlines operating almost 2,500 airplanes on some 8,500 daily flights. Russia's S7 Airlines (SBR) is slated to become the 12th member next year.
717-2BL (55170, N906ME), (TBC) leased.
December 2009: 717-2BLs (55166, N902ME; 55176, N913ME), Boeing Capital (TBC) leased.
January 2010: 717-2BLs (55182, N920ME; 55192, N926ME), Boeing Capital (TBC) leased. F 100s (11266; 11339; 11384), returned to lessor.
February 2010: INCDT: MexicanaClick (AEB) F 100 (11319, XA-SHJ) landed at Monterrey without main landing gear. Most likely will not be repaired.
717-2BL (55191, N925ME), Boeing Capital (TBC) leased.
March 2010: 717-2BL (55193, N927ME), Boeing Capital (TBC) leased. 3 F 100s (11339; 11382; 11384), returned to GECAS (GEF).
April 2010: 717-2BL (55185, N923ME), Boeing Capital (TBC) leased.
May 2010: 717-2BL (55172, N908ME), Boeing Capital (TBC) leased.
August 2010: "Tenedora K is a company formed by a group of Mexican businessmen as a vehicle to capitalize [(CMA), MexicanaClick and MexicanLink], with the aim of rescuing them from the critical financial and operating situation they are in," according to a widely cited statement released by the consortium in Mexico. "Tenedora K stresses this is the first step to establish conditions that could eventually allow for a restructuring process to begin, which would require agreements on labor, operation and financial issues. Without these, it will not be possible to rescue the airlines." Hotel operator Grupo Posadas has sold its interest in (CMA), it said.
Later, Mexicana (CMA)’s new owners appeared content to close down the storied brand rather than relax demands for labor and government concessions. Although there are still many more chapters to the (CMA)’s ongoing bankruptcy, the new owners of (CMA), Click (AEB) and Link on August 27 decided to cease all operations after failing to negotiate a new contract with the mainline operation's flight attendants (CA). The investors, operating through holding company Teledora K, said they would not transfer necessary funds and instead
would “indefinitely suspend operations on all three carriers.”
Grupo Mexicana cited financial problems when it indefinitely suspended operations at its three airlines: Mexicana Airlines (CMA), MexicanaLink and MexicanaClick (AEB). "Today's decision is a painful one for the 8,000-strong Grupo Mexicana family, but we will continue seeking out ways of securing the company's long-term financial viability, so our passengers can once again enjoy the quality services they are accustomed to," a statement from the airline said. "We hope to be back in the air soon and would like to thank everyone involved in this process for their support and understanding."
November 2010: Mexicana Airlines (CMA), which ceased operations in August under severe financial distress, said the Mexican firm Capital PC has agreed to invest more than >$150 million to allow (CMA) to restart operations next month. It said tentative approval of the restructuring plan has been given by relevant Mexican authorities, but its labor unions and creditors must still approve the deal. The company filed for creditors protection in both Mexico and the USA in August, and had planned to continue operating while it restructured, but was unable to meet basic fiscal obligations or reach concessionary agreements with its workers.
"The business plan proposed by PC Capital has as its objective to begin operations in mid-December of this year and projects ordered growth and, above all, sustainability," (CMA) said in a statement. It added that former Aeromexico (AMX) CEO, Arturo Barahona Oyervides will oversee the restructuring effort.
Dow Jones reported that (CMA) plans to return to the skies operating around 30 A320 family airplanes, which would be less than half the size of its mainline fleet at the end of 2009, which included 57 A320 family airplanes as well as other types. Subsidiaries Link and Click (AEB) reportedly would remain grounded.
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17 +8 ORDERS 717-2BL (BR715) (5116-55166, N902ME, 2009-12; 5117-55167, XA-CLG, 2009-07; 5119-55169, XA-CLC, 2009-04; 5120-55170, N906ME, 2009-11; 5121-55171, N907ME, 2009-08; 5122-55172, N908ME, 2010-05; 5126-55176, N913ME, 2009-12; 5127-55177, XA-CLF, 2009-08; 5128-55178, XA-CLE, 2009-06; 5132-55180, XA-CLB; 5138-55182, N920ME, 2010-01; 5140-55183, N921ME, 2009-08; 5145-55185, N923ME, 2010-04; 5149-55190, XA-CLD, 2009-05; 5151-55191, N925ME, 2010-02; 5152-55192, N926ME, 2010-01; 5153-55193, N927ME, 2010-03; 5154-55194, N928ME, 2009-10), EX-(MWX), (TBC) LSD. 20C, 84Y.
0 DC-9-14 (JT8D-7B), EX-(ITA), GROUNDED 2001-09. WFU.
0 DC-9-14 (JT8D-7B) (13-45716, /66 XA-TBX "TLATOANI;" 25-45735, /66 XA-SSW "CHIEF;" 109-47060, /67 XA-SKA "TATAFIEROS"), GROUNDED 2001-09. WFU. 83Y.
0 DC-9-15 (JT8D-7/7A) (128-45783, /67, HK-3720X; 388-47125, /68, XA-SVZ). WFU.
0 DC-9-31 (JT8D-9A HK) (919-48114, /79 XA-TXG "PROGRESO;" 942-48118, /80 XA-ABS "VERACRUZANA;" 943-48119, /80 "YUCATECA;" 949-48120, /80 XA-ABR "REGIOMONTANA;" 1030-48141, /81 XA-ABT "TAPATIA;" 1048-48147, /81 XA-AEB "CHIAPANECA;" 1050-48155, /82 XA-AEC; TATICH;" 1044-48146, /81 XA-TVC "OAXAQUENA"), EX-(USA), JETRAN LSD. 48114 WFU TO TUCSON 2005-07, ST (USB). 48145; 48146; RTND JETRAN 2005-09. 110Y.
0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1592-49848, /89 XA-SWW), EX-(ZPH)/(AEG), WET-LST (AMX) 6 MTHS 1998-09, (AEB) OPS. RTND.
0 FAIRCHILD FH-227-D (DART 532-7L) (576, /71 XA-NJI "TATICH"). 50Y.
17 F 100 (TAY 650-15) (10400, XA-KXI; 11266, /90 XA-TKP; 11284, XA-MRA, 2008-05; 11285, 2008-04; 11303, XA-JXT, 2007-03; 11305, XA-MRH, 2008-03; 11309, /91 XA-SHI; 11319, /91 XA-SHJ; 11320, XA-MRV, 2007-07; 11333, XA-SHK, 2006-12; 11337, XA-SHL, 2006-12; 11339, /91 XA-TKR; 11341, 2007-04; 11347, XA-MQJ, 2008-01; 11348, XA-MRE, 2008-05; 11353, XA-; 11354, XA-; 11355, XA-; 11356, XA-; 11374, /92 XA-TCG; 11375, /92 XA-TCH; 11382, /92 XA-SGE; 11383, XA-MQY, 2008-01; 11384, /92 XA-SGF; 11390, /92 XA-JXW; 11400, /92 XA-KXJ; 11410, /92 PH-KXR; 11420, /92 PH-LXB, 2006-10), EX-(CMA), (DEA) LSD. 11410; RTND 2009-06. 11420; RTND TO FOKKER 2009-10. 11266; 11339; 11384; RTND 2010-01. 11319; DAMAGED IN INCDT IN FEBRUARY 2010. 11339; 11382; 11384; RTND 2010-03.
0 CESSNA GRAND CARAVANS 208B (0525, XA-TFB; 0476, XA-TFA). WFU.
5 + 1 OPT JETSTREAM 32EP (TPE331-12UAR-701H) (910; 912; 915; 916), 910 RTND 2003-11. 19Y.
1 B AE 3201 (920, N920AE), LSD 1999-12 JETSTREAM (940, N940AE "MIGUELON" 2001-02). 940 RTND 2003-12.
1 B AE JETSTREAM SUPER 31 (TPE331-12UAR-704H) (943, N943AE), EX-CCAIR, (FSB) LSD 2000-10.
JESUS ROSSANO, PRESIDENT.
JAIME TAMARIZ, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
ISAAC VOLIN BOLOK, CEO CLICK MEXICANA (http://www.clickmx.com) (2005-04).
EDUARDO SAFAR NIXIE, FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION DIRECTOR.
VICTOR MANUEL LIMON, VP OPERATIONS (firstname.lastname@example.org).
MARTIN VAZQUEZ, FINANCE MANAGER.
ANGELICA DELGADO, COMMERCIAL & MARKETING MANAGER.
MONTSERRAT SANCHEZ, RESERVATIONS MANAGER.
CAPTAIN MARCOS DIAZ ROSADO, CHIEF PILOT.
HECTOR COBO, MAINTENANCE MANAGER, EX-(CMA), (MEQMMMX),
HORNERO AMAYA, MARKETING MANAGER.
LUIS IGNACIO GUERRERO RUIZ, TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVE (MEQMMMX).
ANTONIO BEJERANO, CHIEF AIR SAFETY (email@example.com).
FRANCISCO MORGADO M, CHIEF INSPECTOR (firstname.lastname@example.org).
OMAR GOMEZ ARCIGA, PURCHASING MANAGER (email@example.com).