Aeromexico Announces Increased Frequencies and New International Services
- The carrier will add frequencies to destinations like Bogota, Sao Paulo and
- Starting in June and working in a joint effort with Apple Vacations,
Aeromexico will start to provide new service from Cancun and Huatulco to Los
Angeles, California in the USA.
- The new flights and frequencies will increase the number of seats the
carrier offers to Mexico and its connection network to attract more tourists.
PUEBLA, Mexico, March 20, 2013
PUEBLA, Mexico, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Aeromexico, Mexico's global
airline, made several announcements at 2013 Tianguis Turisticotravel trade
show, including additional frequencies on its international routes and new
service to key destinations in Mexico.
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As of June and August, Aeromexico will offer a second flight on the Mexico
City-Bogota, Colombia route in response to strong demand in both Latin
American capitals, plus two additional frequencies between Mexico City and Sao
Paulo, Brazil for a total of nine weekly flights on the route, along with
three new frequencies on the Mexico City-Madrid route for a total of ten
flights per week.
The airline also announced new seasonal service from Cancun and Huatulco to
Los Angeles, California starting in June, to leverage summer travel in both
Aeromexico and its partner Apple Vacations will offer three weekly flights on
the Cancun-Los Angeles route, along with the Huatulco-Los Angeles service they
will offer on Fridays.
Both routes will be served with Boeing 737-800 jet airliners with 160 seats,
so passengers in both Mexican destinations can travel to Los Angeles and
beyond to other cities in the United States, thanks to the Aeromexico and
Alaska Airlines codeshare agreement.
The airline will also start to serve the Puerto Penasco-Las Vegas route in
June, building new and significant ties between both nations.
During 2013, Aeromexico is also working on consolidating its extensive network
of domestic and international routes by continuously strengthening
connectivity from different regions in Mexico with the 45 destinations it
serves in this country, 19 in the United States, 11 in Latin America, three in
Europe, two in Asia and one in Canada.
About Grupo Aeromexico
Aeromexico, S.A.B. Ltd., is a holding company whose subsidiaries are engaged
in commercial aviation in Mexico, and the promotion of passenger loyalty
programs. It has a fleet of Boeing 777, 767, 737 aircraft and the latest
Embraer 145, 170 and 190 models. As of 2011, an important expansion plan began
that includes the incorporation of 20 new planes and properties over the next
24 months. In 2012, Aeromexico announced that it signed a letter of intent to
purchase 100 Boeing aircraft, 90 Boeing 737 MAX and 10 Boeing 787-9
Dreamliners, making it the largest investment program in Mexican aviation
Grupo Aeromexico operates its main hub out of Terminal 2 in the Mexico City
International Airport. The Group's airlines operate more than 600 daily
flights to different cities in Mexico, the United States, Canada, Central and
South America, as well as Europe and Asia.
Aeromexico is a founding member of SkyTeam, the global airline alliance
partnering the following 19 airlines: Aeroflot, Aerolineas Argentinas,
Aeromexico, Air Europa, Air France, Alitalia, China Airlines, China Eastern,
China Southern, CSA Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Kenya Airways, KLM Royal
Dutch Airlines, Korean Air, Middle East Airlines, Saudia, TAROM Romanian Air
Transport, Vietnam Airlines and Xiamen Air. SkyTeam offers all partner airline
passengers a large global network with more destinations and frequencies and
improved connectivity. Passengers can earn and redeem miles with the different
partners' loyalty programs and enjoy the convenience provided at 525 airport
lounges worldwide. SkyTeam offers its 552 million annual passengers more than
15,000 daily flights to 1,000 destinations in 187 countries.
Contact: Hector Aburto, +011-52-55-9132-4551, firstname.lastname@example.org
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