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Formed and started operations in 2006. A K A Aerotransportes y Servicios de Mexico. Domestic, regional, & international, scheduled & charter, passenger & cargo, jet airplane services.
Ignacio L Vallarta 902 Sur
Colonia El Mirador Centro
64000 Monterrey (Nuevo Leon), 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.
October 2006: 757-25F (30758, XA-JPB), ex-MyTravel (GUE), Thomas Cook (JMA) leased - see photo.
December 2006: 1st flight from Monterrey to Cancun and Puebla.
(ICAO) Code: AYD.
March 2007: 757-2G5 (23928, XA-DIA), EAST Trust-Sub 2 leased, ex-(N750WL).
April 2007: 757-25F (30758, XA-JPB), returned to Thomas Cook (JMA).
September 2007: 757-2YO (25240, XA-MTY), XL Airways (SBE) leased.
March 2008: 757-225 (22612, XA-CUN), XL Airways (SBE) leased.
April 2008: Aladia Airlines (ALD) operates throughout Mexico and to points in the USA, including Denver, Las Vegas, Reno/Lake Tahoe, and Orlando.
(IATA) Code: 9A. (ICAO) Code: AYD.
Main Base: Monterrey General Mariano Escobedo International airport (MTY).
May 2008: 757-2Q8 (25624, XA-ACA), (ILF) leased, ex-SunExpress (SNS), ex-(TC-SNA) - - SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "ALD-757-JUN08."
March 2012: Aladia (ALD) hopes to resume charter services later this year and has also applied for licenses to operate charter flights between Mexico and the United States. It had suspended operations with several 757-200s in the fall of 2008.