Aeromexico is leveraging network discipline and new ancillary revenue generation to offset rising fuel costs, domestic inflation, a weakening peso and overcapacity in some key markets, with its second-quarter results offering solid evidence that its strategies are reaping the intended benefits. The Mexico City-based carrier posted a second-quarter MXP112 million ($5.7 million) consolidated net profit, reversed from a net loss of MXP555 million in the year-ago quarter. Revenue for the ...

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