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The new law established a trust that by April 30 received requests for support from Aeromexico-Aerolitoral, Mexicana and Aviacsa (now complying with the requisites), according to the Communication and Transport Secretariat (SCT).
In the highly competitive Mexico market, Aviacsa recognizes that by offering their fares and inventory through the Sabre Travel Network, the world's largest global distribution (GDS), they will be able to serve travelers in all travel shopping channels.
The SCT's Direccion General de Aeronautica Civil (DGAC) suspended Aviacsa three times in the span of a few weeks, but the airline twice was able to obtain court orders allowing it to keep operating.
This was due to the exit of Aerocalifornia, Avolar and Alma, in addition to the reduction of frequencies from Aviacsa, Aeromexico, Mexicana and Aeromexico Connect.
Aviacsa has started to cancel flights in Mexico due to a lack of personnel.
It serviced approximately 5 million passengers in 2005 and serves as a regional hub for major carriers such as Aeromexico, Aerolitoral, and Aviacsa.
These airlines include Aviacsa, Aeromar, and Lineas Aereas Azteca.
After receiving studies from the carriers, the Secretariat of Communications and Transport has awarded concessions valid for 30 years to Aeromar, Aviacsa, Aeromexico and Mexicana de Aviacion.
Under a three-year contract Rockwell Collins will provide Aviacsa, a leader in Mexico's airline industry, with repair and maintenance services at a fixed price per repair for their fleet of 23 Boeing 737-200 aircraft.
Aviacsa, the Monterrey-based LCC grounded temporarily by Mexican authorities that accused it of maintenance irregularities, said on its website that it resumed service last Saturday.
These decreases were mainly due to the suspension of the operations of Aerocalifornia, Avolar and Alma, as well as to the reduction of operations from Aviacsa and Mexicana, on routes to and from the previously mentioned cities.
Mexico`s Aviacsa airline is apparently interested in taking over routes previously flown by grounded carrier Transportes Aereos Ejecutivos (TAESA) and has applied for permission to fly the Guadalajara-Tijuana, Mexico-Tijuana and Bajio-Tijuana routes according to El Financiero.