Aeromexico's capacity adjustments to offset weakness in its home market appear to be paying off, as the carrier boosted domestic revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) and load factor in April, even as it continued to trim capacity. The Mexico City-based carrier flew 4.2% more domestic RPKs last month, even as available seat miles dipped 0.2%. Its load factor was up nearly four points to 84.9%. Year-to-date domestic RPKs are up 3.8% on a 4% capacity decrease. Domestic-market weaknesses ...

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