Mexicana Airlines, which ceased operations under severe financial distress over a year ago, will offer charter flights through Nov. 20. Unions are expecting to get legal approval to implement a plan for 20 charter flights eventually to be performed by three of the airline’s Airbus A320 fleet. Crew members have agreed to be paid nothing as a way to contribute to the recovery of the ailing carrier and call the attention of would-be-investors. Mexicana and co-sisters Mexicana Click ...

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