Viva Aerobus Files for IPO Amid Mexico Air Travel Records


An Interjet airplane sits parked in the background while a ground... News PhotoAerospace Industry,Airplane,Airport,Airport Runway,Crew,Finance,Flying,Horizontal,Initial Public Offering,Latin America,Leaving,Mexico,Mexico City,Motion,North America,Preparation,Sitting,Stationary,The Americas,Transportation,Travel,USAPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LPAn Interjet airplane sits parked in the background while a ground crew prepares to move a Grupo Viva Aerobus SAB airplane to a departure runway at Benito Juarez International Airport (AICM) in Mexico City, Mexico, on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. Grupo Viva Aerobus SAB filed for what would be Mexico's second initial public offering of shares by an airline since September as passenger traffic sets annual records. Interjet, Mexico's second-biggest carrier in 2012, may sell shares this year, Executive President Miguel Aleman Magnani said in November. Photographer: Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg via Getty Images