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Aeromexico and other airlines navigate the cost of 737 MAX grounding

Aeromexico is one of a multitude of airlines worldwide working through significant challenges stemming from the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX.

The airline has been forced to postpone and cancel new routes, and is battling weakness in yields as the grounding creates challenges in selling tickets closer to travel dates. The company expects its grounded MAX jets to re-enter service during early Nov-2019, but there is no guarantee that recertification will occur to meet that targeted date.

As the airline's challenges from the grounding continue to mount, Aeromexico is publicly declaring that it intends to seek compensation from Boeing for the financial headwinds created by the aircraft’s removal from service. 

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