MX leaving Star Alliance ?

Old Nov 10, 03, 1:05 pm
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MX leaving Star Alliance ?

Could this be an opportunity for GP to pickup a nice new partner? MX previously belonged to the LatinPass, so there is some history there.
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Old Nov 11, 03, 12:10 am
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This would be a great addition. However, I think Globalpass should try and get some other airlines on board that are strong regionally but would benefit from a global alliance.

Some I would like to see would include:

Royal Brunei Airlines
Air Nauru
Air Mauritius
WestJet (Canada)
Royal Jordanian

Just some hopeful thoughts.
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Old Nov 11, 03, 9:26 pm
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So who is going to replace Mexicana?
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Old Nov 12, 03, 3:53 pm
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Excluding Mexico domestic destination, Taca could fill the spot in Central America and build a link to Varig in South America. Further Taca's planes, operations and service are at level, comparabel or exceeding current * members.

A further interesting question would be what that could mean for GP.
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