MexicanaClick was a regional, low-cost division of Mexican major Mexicana. The airline's largest base was Mexico City International Airport and its primary focus was on the provision of feeder services for it's parent's operations. MexicanaClick operated on Mexicana's thinner routes to 26 destinations in Mexico and Cuba with its fleet of Fokker 100 and Boeing 717 aircraft at the time of closure.
Parent company Mexicana de Aviación filed for Chapter 11-style bankruptcy on 02-Aug-2010 and for Chapter 15 protection of assets in the US on 04-Aug-2010. On 28-Aug-2010, Mexicana and its subsidiaries MexicanaClink and Mexicana Link suspended all operations. On 7-Apr-2014, Mexicana and its subsidiaries MexicanaClink and Mexicana Link were declared bankrupt.
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