Mexicana ceased operations on August 28, 2010. It was Mexico's oldest airline, having its headquarters at Mexicana de Aviacion Tower, Mexico City, Mexico. With a fleet of 130 aircraft including subsidiaries, Mexicana flights flew to 80 destinations. The airlines had an alliance with Star Alliance, and OneWorld and its frequent flyer program was called - Mexicana Go.
Passengers bought Mexicana tickets to fly to destinations in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Spain, United Kingdom, United States, and more. Mexicana had codeshare agreements with Aeromar, Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Avianca, Condor Airlines, and Lufthansa.
Mexicana fleet comprised (10) Airbus A318-111, (25) Airbus A319-100, (26) Airbus A320-200, (2) Airbus A330-200, (2) Boeing 767-200ER, and (3) Boeing 767-300ER.