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- 1. SITA to Enhance Aeromexico’s Network Connectivity
Aeromexico has selected SITA to provide network connectivity across more than 50 international locations. SITA’s communications services will ensure Aeromexico will have full access to all its IT applications for back and front-office activities, including check-in and departure control, as the airline expands its routes across the world.
- 2. Delta to Acquire Additional Shares of Grupo Aeromexico
Delta Air Lines has unveiled plans to acquire up to an additional 32% of the outstanding capital stock of Grupo Aeromexico S.A.B. de C.V. through a cash tender offer for MXP$43.59 per share. Currently, Delta owns approximately 4.1% of the outstanding shares of Grupo Aeromexico and holds an option to acquire an additional 8.1%.
- 3. Delta Air Lines Invests in Grupo Aeroméxico
Earlier this week, Grupo Aeroméxico received US $65,000,000 from Delta Air Lines as part of this carrier’s investment in Mexico’s flagship carrier’s capital stock. The Mexican Federal Competition Commission (CFC) authorized the operation that allows Delta Air Lines to underwrite and purchase 30,182,855 shares of stock equivalent to 4.17% of Grupo Aeroméxico’s capital stock, paying
- 4. Aeromexico Signs Full Content Agreement with Travelport
Aeromexico has signed a new global full content agreement with Travelport. The new multi-year deal secures full access to all of Aeromexico’s published fares and seat inventory – including fares available on its website, and through its reservation offices and third parties – for all Travelport-connected travel agents and subscribers globally, including all offline travel agencies
- 5. Aeroméxico orders more Boeing Aircraft
Aeroméxico orders more Boeing Aircraft. Aeroméxico, Mexico's largest airline, has ordered two more Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners and 10 more Next-Generation 737-700s.
- 6. Aeromexico Takes Delivery of First Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Aeromexico has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The airplane is the first of nine 787-8 airplanes that Aeromexico will operate, including five on lease from ILFC. The airline will operate a total of 19 Dreamliners, including 10 787-9 models ordered last year.
- 7. Delta Restarting Aeromexico Codeshare Flights
Delta Restarting Aeromexico Codeshare Flights. On 29 December 2010, Delta Air Lines will reinstate codeshare flights operated by SkyTeam partner Aeromexico following the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) decision to upgrade to Category 1 the rating of Mexico's federal civil aviation authority. This rating is required to allow codesharing by any U.S.-based airline on anot
- 8. Delta and Aeromexico Launch Joint Cooperation Agreement
Grupo Aeroméxico and Delta Air Lines have confirmed with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and Mexico’s Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) that they have completed the steps required to launch their joint cooperation agreement (JCA) to operate transborder flights between the United States and Mexico
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