Mexicana Airlines Recognized as the Best Airline in Latin America

Excellence has been Mexicana Airlines` trademark throughout its 82 years
of continuous service. Mexicana`s commitment to its clients translates to
providing unparalleled service standards in the tourism industry. This
year, in which Mexicana commemorates being the airline with the most
modern fleet in the world by introducing 40 new aircraft, worldwide
tourism specialists have voted Mexicana as the best airline in Central and
Latin America through a worldwide survey conducted by the World Travel
Awards.
The World Travel Awards held a gala event in New York on October 13, 2003,
honoring the winners of this prestigious accolade, recognizing companies
that render the most valuable tourism products and services at a worldwide
level. Over the last seven years, Mexicana has been awarded as the best
airline in Latin and Central America six times.
The voting process consists of surveying over 80,000 professionals in the
tourism industry in over 200 countries. The World Travel Awards have been
evaluating services around the world since 1983.
Mexicana was recognized for its excellence in service and professionalism
rendered throughout 82 years of continuous operation. Mexicana is the
natural choice for passengers traveling to/from Mexico due to the wide
network of routes and the conveniences provided by its affiliation with
Star Alliance, the largest airline network in the world.
Among other achievements, Mexicana is also considered the airline with the
most modern fleet in the world. Through the renovation of its fleet,
passengers can enjoy greater comfort and safety that its new equipment,
the Airbus A319 and A320 provide.

Mexicana takes great pride in having received the World Travel Award, as
it means that more and more people all over the world are familiar with
the advantages of flying on the most experienced and modern airline in
Mexico.
Mexicana Airlines is the most important international carrier in Mexico,
servicing 55 cities in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean.
As an official member of Star Alliance, the largest airline network in the
world, it provides its passengers important benefits in mileage
accumulation and redemption, access to Executive Lounges, as well as
connections and coordinated schedules among a vast network of routes
composed by over 700 destinations around the world.
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