Compania Mexicana de Aviacian, S.A. de C.V., commonly known as Mexicana, was the first airline established in Mexico and the country"s flag carrier. Today, in addition to domestic services, it is the country"s largest international airline in terms of most passengers transported, operating services to North America, Central America, the Caribbean, South America and Europe. Its primary hub is Mexico City"s Benito Juarez International Airport, with secondary hubs at CancÃºn International Airport, and Guadalajara"s Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport.
Mexicana de Aviación Ceased operations from 2010
Mexicana"s main competitor is AeromÃ©xico, although the two companies "code-share" on several routes and were merged for more than a decade. It is North America"s oldest airline and the world"s third oldest airline operating under the same name, after the Netherlands" KLM and Australia"s Qantas
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The cheapest flights offered by Mexicana de Aviación is for the route Flights from Guadalajara to Mexico City, and the longest flight is on route Flights from Mexicali to Puerto Vallarta which takes 2010.