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AEROGAL_A319_N872MX_MIA_0111_JP_small.jpgAfter Mexicana's unfortunate demise, the airplanes went to different carriers all over the world. This A319 went on to serve Aerogal of Ecuador, still reflecting the original Mexicana registration before re-register to HC- reg.
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MEXICANA_A319_N925MX_JFK_1208_JP_small~0.jpgMexicana A319 holds on runway 22R on a bone chilling winter morning before receiving takeoff clearance
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MEXICANA_A320_F-OHMK_LAX_0799_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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MEXICANA_A320_N347TM_LAX_1204_JP_small.jpgMexicana A320 about to touch down on runway 25L as Southwest 737-700 is seen on the North complex on final approach to runway 24R. In the background are American 767-200 and Kitty Hawk 727-200F
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ATI_VARIG_MEXICANA_ATLAS_MIA_1211_JP_small.jpgWhat a gorgeous selection of airplanes and color schemes. First we have an ATI DC8, followed by a Varig 767-200, a Mexicana 767-300 and finally with only the tail showing is an Atlas Air 747F
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aerogalA319N866MXMIA1210.jpgFormer Mexicana A319, prepped for new service with Aerogal
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mexicana319miaoct2010.jpgSad to see these relatively young A319's devoid of titles and engines. These are some of the remains of Mexicana, which went belly up recently, leaving numerous airplanes repossessed and ultimately prepped for new operators
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mexicana_A319_LAX_0210jp.jpgTough shot to process, given the black nose and tail with white middle, but in the end it came out nice
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mexicana319inaug0704.jpgMexicana A319 enters terminal 4 at Kilo and receives a water canon salute signifying Mexicana's return to JFK after a multi-year absence
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mexicana0704.jpgAlain Maca, president of JFK-IAT Terminal 4 JFK beams with pride as he hand flies the Mexicana A319, while the actual Mexicana A319 is parked just down the jetway, having just been bathed in a water canon salute welcoming Mexicana back to JFK
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mexicanan368mxlaxfeb09.jpgSome people stongly dislike this color scheme, some people love it. I personally love it, especially compared to Mexicana's previous color scheme which was pretty boring
     
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