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Unfortunately, in 2010, Mexicana ceased flying operations. Mexicana de Aviacion was Mexico's oldest airline and Mexico's biggest and flagship airline before ceasing operations in 2010. In addition to domestic services, Mexicana operated flights to international destinations in North America, Central America, the Caribbean, South America and Europe. Mexicana's primary hub was Mexico City's Benito Juarez International Airport with secondary hubs at Cancun and Guadalajara. 
 
The Mexicana group of airlines which included Mexicana Click and Mexicana Link joined Oneworld in 2009. Mexicana codeshared with Aeromar, Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Avianca, Condor and Lufthansa. Mexicana's old fleet consisted of Airbus A318-111, A319-100, A320-200, A330-200 and B767-200ER and B767-300ER. Mexicana's main competitors were Aeromexico and low-cost carriers such as Interjet and Volaris. Mexicana offered "Clase Elite", or business class, on all flights. Warm meals were served on all domestic and international flights longer than 40 minutes. Passengers also received snacks throughout the flight, selection of meals, and refreshments. The seats on the Boeing 767-300ER were 23 inches across and recline 160°; while seats on the Airbus 320 were 22 inches across and recline approx 100° degrees. The seats were dark blue with small Aztec logos embossed on the seat with a white headrest cover displaying Mexicana's logo in black.
 
In 2005, Aerocaribe was renamed Click Mexicana and replaced its fleet of McDonnell DOuglas DC-9-30s with Fokker 100 twin jet aircraft. Click was a wholly owned subsidiary of Mexicana de Aviacion. Mexicana rebranded Click Mexicana as MexicanaClick with the announcement of the new corporate livery in November 2008. Mexicana operated a frequent flyer program called Mexicana Go to reward regular passengers with Mexicana. Mexicana previously flew to many destinations including Acapulco, Bogota, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Edmonton, Hamilton, Havana, Leon, Lima, London, Panama City, San Antonio, San Jose, Monterrey, San Francisco, San Juan, Las Vegas and many others. 
 
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Mexicana is one of Mexico’s largest airlines and is based in Mexico City. Mexicana Airlines Mexicana operates both domestic and international scheduled services. It has a long 85-year history and since 2005 has been separately owned from its arch competitor, Aeromexico. This is a big airline flying to the US (16 destinations), Canada (Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto), South America (Bogotá, Caracas and Buenos Aires), Central America (Havana, San Jose, San Salvadore, Guatemala City and Panama City) as well as 23 domestic destinations Mexicali, Tijuana, Los Cabos, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico City, Leon, Acapulco, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, Morelia, Monterrey, Oaxaca, Cancun, Culiacan, Mazatlan, Villahermosa, Cuidad Victoria, Tampico, Minatitlan, Veracruz, Merida and Zacatecas. Flights to Mexico on Mexicana NEWS UPDATE: MEXICANA FLIES TO DIRECT LONDON-GATWICK FROM JAN 2009. " LOOK AND BOOK" NOW We love Mexico ! It is one of the most exciting and rewarding destinations on our crowded planet. But you need to travel around to really experience the full diversity of people, places and cultures. Mexicana’s punctual and efficient domestic services are the perfect to travel from the ruins of Chichen Itza to the beautiful bodies of Acapulco; from the period silver city of Oaxaca to the noisy 24-hour adrenalin of Mexico City itself. Take our advice plan your trip carefully, plan it soon, pack as much in as you can afford and enjoy the adventure. Mexicana B757 Mexicana operate a mixed fleet of 63 modern aircraft 60 Airbuses (A318, 319, 320’s) plus 3 Boeings (757 and 767). Mexicana Airlines offers two different classes of service, Elite and Tourist class. Both allow you to relax in a safe welcoming environment with superb in-flight service. Elite class offers you fine wines and food with a business class menu that has been selected by Chef Enrique Olvera.


Mexicana ask for Government loa

Mexicana airlines has asked the government for a loan of 1.

Mexicana cancels European flights and files for bankruptcy

Mexicana, a member of the prestigious OneWorld alliance  will be canceling all European services from 01st September 2010, this includes the  daily service to Madrid as well as the service between Mexico City and London Gatwick also from 01st September 2010.

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