On Tuesday, Aeroméxico reported that its creditors approved its restructuring plan in a vote that ended on January 7 and the results of which it sent to a bankruptcy court in the United States on Tuesday.
Aeromexico, which like other airlines in the world has been hit hard by a collapse in demand due to the coronavirus pandemic, requested in mid-2020 the protection of the US justice to reach an agreement with its creditors.
“Votes were cast on account of credits for a total of approximately 2,680 million dollars, of which approximately 86% (or the equivalent of approximately 2,300 million dollars) were cast in favor of the Plan,” the company said in a statement. to the Mexican Stock Exchange in reference to the restructuring plan.
The company added that a shareholders’ meeting on the restructuring plan will be held on January 14 and that a hearing in bankruptcy court on the confirmation of the plan is scheduled for January 27.
Aeroméxico shares have suffered a strong swing in recent weeks amid speculation about its restructuring process.
On December 17, after announcing that it would initiate the procedures to carry out a public offer for the acquisition of its shares, its securities hit a record low of 1.16 pesos. Since then, the price has risen 106%, but is still 60% below the price of a year ago.
With information from Reuters.