Mexicana Airlines and its pilots have reached agreement on a concessionary labor contract as part of an effort to save the struggling company, Reuters reported, citing media reports in Mexico. The carrier is operating under creditor protection in both Mexico and the US, and CEO Manuel Borja said last week that it is "looking for" a capital injection of "between $100 million and $150 million" (ATW Daily News, Aug. 12). The US judge overseeing MX's Chapter 15 ...

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