Mexico's flag carriers AeroMexico and Mexicana have seen their share of the domestic market decline from 84% to 50% since 2000, Mexicana Chairman Gaston Azcarraga said last week at the ALTA conference in Cancun. Azcarraga, who also is chairman of the airline's parent company Grupo Posadas, noted that the country is served by 14 domestic airlines--"that's where the problem starts," he told attendees--and that "if this industry is going to make a profit, eventually it has to come through ...

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