Mexicana de Aviación has confirmed that it will once again begin selling tickets on January 24 as the airline continues to work toward a return to the skies.
Mexico’s oldest airline has been on hiatus since August of last year when management suspended operations due to concern over mounting debts.
Upon its return, Mexicana will utilize six aircrafts flying on eight routes.
The airline will fly to Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and San Antonio in the United States and to Cancún and Guadalajara in Mexico.
Pilots and administrators as well as flight and ground crew will begin training immediately to revalidate their credentials.
If the re-launch proves successful, Mexican authorities hope the airline will have up to 28 planes in the air by April.