Mexicana A319. Courtesy, Rob Finlayson.   Mexicana Airlines filed for protection from creditors in Mexico and the US late Monday, conceding in a statement that its "financial and labor situation is no longer sustainable." It said it filed a "voluntary petition to commence a case under the Mexican Business Reorganization Act" and has also filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy protection in the US. Most of the aircraft operated by the airline are leased and court ...

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