Aladia Airlines 757-200

Aladia Airlines 757-200

About Aladia Airlines

Aladia Airlines, S.A. de C.V. was a Mexican low-cost chartered airline based in Monterrey, Nuevo León. Commercial operations were commenced in December 2006 using four Boeing 757-200 aircraft on several domestic and international routes.

Due to the Financial crisis of 2007–2008, Aladia Airlines suspended all operations on 21 October 2008.

In 2011, ALADIA group removed Pablo González-Ulloa from his position of chairman of the board of directors and all other positions in the company. They also initiated legal action against him, holding him responsible for mismanagement of the company during his administration. The airline was not officially dissolved, though, and a relaunch may be possible, according to Aladia officials, its license still remains valid.

Aladia´s Destinations

Aladia Airlines served the following destinations:


  • Cancún (focus city)
  • Chihuahua
  • Cozumel
  • Guadalajara
  • Mazatlán
  • Mexico City
  • Monterrey (hub)
  • Puerto Vallarta
  • Puebla
  • Toluca

United States

  • Colorado
    • Vail
  • Florida
    • Orlando
  • Nevada
    • Las Vegas

Other Countries

  • Aruba
  • Brazil
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • Guatemala
Aladia´s Fleet

Aladia Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircrafts:

  1. XA-ACA / Boeing 757-200
  2. XA-CUN / Boeing 757-200
  3. XA-DIA / Boeing 757-200
  4. XA-JPB / Boeing 757-200
  5. XA-MTY / Boeing 757-200
Why Requesting This Livery?

The addition of this airline would bring variety of retro choices to the Infinite Flight Community, and if this one gets added, it´ll not be the first time that we see an extinct airline in the game, as you probably know, we have Northwest Airlines, US Airways, Mexicana and many more… So why not adding this beautiful livery to the game? The 757 has already been reworked and Aladia is ready to get added.

Thanks for Reading

Really well prepared topic! What an interesting livery it was! 🐋

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Thank you! And yes, Aladia could be a very interesting addition to the 757 fleet.

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