Mexicana Airlines, which is operating under creditor protection in both the US and Mexico, said yesterday it has restarted selling tickets via its website and ticket offices, and has "made considerable progress" in negotiations with its unions on concessions. The airline this month was forced to suspend mainline ticket sales and indefinitely cut 15 international routes owing to what it described in a statement as "the airline's cash flow problems and precarious financial ...

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