New airline Aerus will give preference to hiring Aeromar personnel


Aerus recognizes the experience of Aeromar workers, an airline that announced the closure of its operations; there will be no maximum time for sending applications.

The new airline Aerus, which plans to start operations in the first quarter of this year, reported that it will preferentially consider Aeromar personnel to hire them.

In a statement, the company indicated that this decision was made because the experience of these workers, who have been in the sector for several years, is recognized.

Aerus, which will have its base of operations at the Mariano Escobedo airport, Monterrey, will make an investment of approximately 98 million dollars in the next three years, which it intends to increase its fleet from three aircraft to 14 by 2025.

In a first stage, the airline will have routes to Coahuila, Tamaulipas, northern Veracruz, and central and southern Texas, United States, with a total workforce of 80 workers.

The planes they will use will be from the manufacturer Cessna with a capacity for 19 passengers, which are perfectly suited for business tourism, which will be the main market they will cover with the company, reported Aerus.

In a second stage, by 2025, they will have 14 Cessna airplanes, plus same number of routes, where the corridor of the Gulf of Mexico, the southeast, and the Baja California, Sonora, and Sinaloa peninsula will be added.

Source: Milenio