Mexican Airline Startup Aerus Plans to Operate Regional Cessna Flights


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The Mexican airline company start-up Aerus obtained permission from the particular authorities to introduce commercial operations. Aerus is attempting to fly within the north of the country with a fleet of Cessna airplanes, altering into a local operator.

” Our vision is to cover 100% of the nationwide area with domestic flights, along with global flights by 2030 and this to do it in a sustainable method, not just in ecological problems, however that we have a favorable influence on the neighborhoods where we will have existence which business design is practical to be able to continue providing our services,” worried Aerus CEO Javier Herrera García.

The brand-new airline company intends to begin operations in the 2nd half of2022 Aerus will utilize Monterey International Airport (MTY) as a local center. It takes a look at locations in close-by states such as Tamaulipas, Kauaila, Veracruz and even Texas in the United States.

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