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  • Delta keeps investing in Mexico

    Atlanta.-In spite of the economic crisis in Europe and high jet fuel prices, Latin America remains profitable and a business choice for Delta Airlines, which keep their investment in Aeromexico. This was pointed-out by James Sarvies, Director for Latin America and the Caribbean with Delta, who further said that it was the evolution of Latin America’s economic dynamics which encouraged Delta to reinforce their participation in Aeromexico and Gol, from Brazil, two of their most important markets in the zone. In an interview he said that based on the potential growth of emerging businesses in Latin America and their relationship with the United States, Delta has projects to improve service to Hispanic passengers, who represent the largest percentage of their customers. He acknowledged that profit margins in Latin America have been lower than in Europe and Asia, but consistently positive and profitable for Delta.
    Source: Notimex | Date: 18/05/2012