After several months in which he was talking about the possible bankruptcy of Interjet, due to the airline crisis in Mexico, Miguel Alemán Magnani, owner of the aforementioned, announced the possible sale of the company to try to rescue it. before the enormous debt that has mounted.
The air situation in Mexico is very complicated, most of the airlines have been recording losses for more than a year, the cost of fuel is getting higher, and this is compounded by the huge controversy over the new airport of CDMX, a subject of which businessmen and politicians do not end up agreeing.
Meanwhile, more than 5 thousand employees of Interjet do not know what will happen to their sources of work, because until a few months ago contemplated the final bankruptcy of the company and the eventual closure of operations.
Aeroméxico and Volaris are two others that have red numbers and add to the airline crisis in the country.
It should be noted that the National Bank of Foreign Trade (Bancomext) already tried to help Interjet with a loan of 150 million dollars, but even with that there is no good future and the debts are accumulating.
Alemán Magnani has said he is negotiating the sale with international airlines to try to reach an agreement, but so far no specific name is being handled.
Despite all the above, it seems that Interjet continues to be a leader in passenger air transport and its problems are not a matter of sales, but of a system that has been broken for several years.
Source: repotur, airliner.net,
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