A serious airline with services to all the major tourist destinations within Mexico plus intercontinental flights to Europe, Asia, North, South and Central America.Aeromexico is a founding member of the global Skyteam alliance.
As a way to the parts of Mexico other airlines cannot reach Aeromexico is without parallel. From its major hub at Mexico City International Airport you can fly either directly or through one its secondary hubs to 25 cities within Mexico: Aguascalientes, Tijuana, La Paz-Baja California, Los Cabos, Torreon, Tapachula, Chihuahua, Ciudad Juarez, Durango, Leon, Acapulco, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, Morelia, Neuva Leon, Puebla, Cancun, Culiacan, Mazatlan, Hermosillo, Villahermosa, Matamoros, Reynosa and Merida; and 3 within South America (Sao Paulo, Santiago and Lima). Entry points to the Aeromexico network include Madrid and Paris in Europe, Tokyo- Narita in Japan, Ontario in Canada and Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Diego, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Orlando, Chicago, Boston, Las Vegas, New York (JFK), Austin, Houston and San Antonio.
The fleet is all Boeing, although some aircraft are from the era before Boeing took over McDonnell Douglas. Aeromexico has firm orders for the new Boeing 787 and has already started operating 777-200 ER aircraft.
Mexican style sometimes in a land where the unexpected is the norm you need an organisation which quietly delivers what it promises. As Mexican aviation explodes with many new low cost carriers, we recommend you consider buying your ticket with the one which has been around since 1934; has gone through many ups and downs and since its de-merger from Mexicana early in 2006 has stood alone as the best in Mexican aviation. Plus according to Wikipedia is the only airline in the world to have shown "Airplane!" as an in-flight movie. (Note to movie buffs - we’d also like to record the little known fact that "Grease" was originally released as "Vaselino" in Mexico.
Aeromexico signed codeshare agreement with WestJet Aeromexico ,the flag carrier of Mexico City,will now serve major Canadian destinations with WestJet connectivity options.
Aeromexico launched Mexico City-Tokyo Narita route Aeromexico serves 87 destinations with 617 international daily flights.
Aeromexico adds a sixth flight from London Heathrow to Mexico Aeromexico plans to add a sixth flight from London Heathrow to Mexico City starting in June for three months.
Aeromexico introduces new route to Amsterdam Amsterdam will be the newest addition to Aeromexico's European destinations.
Aeromexico competes Air Canada with new route from Mexico to Vancouver Aeromexico decided to expand their services and flights to Canada after successfully serving Montreal and Torondo.
The expanding world class carrier and Skyteam member, Aeromexico, has announced the launch of a new service between its home base in the nation's capital, Mexico City and the first city of the Domincan Republic, Santo Domingo.
Aeromexico, the national flag carrier of Mexico based in Mexico City, has reported that, from April 2015, the frequency of its London Heathrow to Mexico City service will increase from 3 times a week to four times and then to five times from June 2015.
Mexican airline Aeromexico is launching a new scheduled flight between Bogota and Mexico City from July 6th 2010.
AeroMexico will offer new direct flights to San Jose, Costa Rica from Mexico City from March 2010.
Grupo Aeroméxico, S.A.B. de C.V. (Mexico: AEROMEX.MX) and Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) today begin their joint cooperation agreement (JCA) to operate transborder flights between the United States and Mexico. Delta and Aeromexico have confirmed with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and Mexico's Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) that they have completed the steps required to launch the JCA.
The carriers are writing a new chapter in the history of aviation in the Americas with the first immunized transborder alliance between Mexico and the United States. This partnership will allow the carriers to expand competition and serve new destinations. Additional service and more convenient schedules will benefit customers of both companies, while deepening the relationship the airlines have shared for more than 20 years.
Starting today, Delta and Aeromexico will work together to enhance the customer experience on the ground and in the air by investing in airport facilities, boarding gates and lounges. The two companies will also be able to implement joint sales and marketing initiatives in both countries.
"The ability to cooperate fully with Aeromexico brings additional competition to one of the most dynamic transborder markets in the world," said Delta's CEO, Ed Bastian. "Our opportunity to leverage Delta's experience and our proven record of successful joint ventures, together with a long history of working with Aeromexico, will make this a great JCA. We are now well positioned to provide significant benefits to our customers, our businesses and our employees."
Aeromexico CEO Andres Conesa said, "This historic agreement is very important for our customers, who will benefit from a greater choice of flights and connectivity between both countries. For our employees, it represents an extraordinary opportunity for growth and the adoption of best practices that will make us the best alliance in the region. We are also pleased that this agreement will help strengthen the relationship between Mexico and the United States by offering greater connectivity between the two countries than ever before."
Delta will provide service in the United States through its connecting hubs in Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New York, Salt Lake City and Seattle; Aeromexico will offer greater access to Mexico through its hubs in Mexico City, Monterrey and Guadalajara.
Delta and Aeromexico have a long history of working together. They launched their first codeshare in 1994. In 2011, Delta entered into an enhanced commercial agreement with Aeromexico, and in 2012, Delta invested USD$65 million in shares of Grupo Aeroméxico, the parent company of Aeromexico. In 2015, Delta and Aeromexico filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) seeking approval of the JCA covering transborder flights between the United States and Mexico. In 2016, both airlines accepted the conditions set by the authorities, and in 2017, they implemented the actions necessary to comply with the required remedies.
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