Mexicana Airlines Cancels Nearly One-Third Of LAX Flights As It Files For Bankruptcy
Mexicana airlines has canceled nearly one-third of its flights out of LAX as it filed for bankruptcy amid labor troubles this week.
The Daily Breeze reported that four of its 15 daily flights out of LAX, including two to Guadalajara, one to Mexico City and one to Puerto Vallarta have been nixed.
According to Reuters the company filed for bankruptcy in New York and Mexico City, apparently after flight attendants and pilots working demonstrated at Mexico City's airport following the airlines threats of cutbacks.
The airline will "will continue to operate normally" while it reorganizes, according to a Mexicana statement.
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