Mexicana reportedly resumed ticket sales on 09-Feb-2011 via the travel agency network, ahead of the planned resumption of operations (milenio.com, 09-Feb-2011). Separate media reports suggested that travel agencies have not received notice of the move (eluniversal.com.mx, 10-Feb-2011). The Mexican Association of Travel Agents (AMAV) stated it could delay the resumption of Mexican operations slated for 15-Feb-2011 (which was previously delayed from 24-Jan-2011). The airline is expected to resume services with seven A320s and operate to Cancun and Guadalajara from Mexico and some North American routes for which it still holds traffic rights (Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, Chicago and New York JFK).
Mexicana resumes ticket sales
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