In case you missed them, here are the highlights of last weeks’ aviation and aerospace news:
Mexican airlines triple their revenue thanks to extra charges for luggage, seat selection, internet, passenger insurance and sales of foodstuffs during flight.
VivaAerobus reports higher cash flow even after higher fuel costs thanks to a larger number of passengers.
Boeing releases its second quarter report showing smaller revenue but a stronger cash flow.
Airbus cuts production of its A380 for a second time as orders fall short. The OEM also put pressure on the engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney for a series of delays in the production of the GTF engine used in the A320neo.