Tourism Industry News
AeroMexico Increases National, International Connections
At the 34th annual Tourism Tianguis in Acapulco, AeroMexico’s Executive Director of Commercial Services Francisco Cuevas Feliu, announced that the airline is incrementally increasing its domestic and international connectivity with 38 new daily flights between more than 11 cities, representing an increase of 5 percent of national and international flights.
The airline continues to expand its international service, with new daily flights from Mexico City to Denver from December to April; twice weekly flights between Mexico City and Las Vegas, which started in January; three weekly flights between Chihuahua and Alburqueque; one daily flight between Mexico City and San Francisco, which launched in February; a daily flight between Mexico City and Toronto, which began in March; and two daily flights between Mexico City and Montreal, which began in April.
Also, in the second quarter, the airline anticipates starting three weekly flights between Mexico City and Medellin, Colombia. In July, AeroMexico is planning a daily flight between San Jose, Calif. and Guadalajara, two weekly flights between Los Cabos and San Francisco, one daily flight between Mexico City and New Orleans; and two weekly flights between San Diego and Puerto Vallarta.
In February, AeroMexico Connect began three daily flights between Toluca and Monterrey and three daily flights between Guadalajara and Toluca. In March, the airline inaugurated three daily flights between San Luis Potosi and Mexico City, three more daily flights between Mexico City and Tampico and this month, two daily flights between Mexico City and Ciudad Victoria and two daily flights between Mexico City and Nuevo Laredo.
In July, AeroMexico Connect will further expand service with three daily flights between Mexico City and Tuxtla Gutierrez, one daily flight between Mexico City and Chetumal, one daily flight between Mexico City and Huatulco and three weekly flights between Mexico City and Cozumel. In August, AeroMexico Connect will kick off twice daily service between Mexico City and Colima, Tepic, and Lazaro Cardenas.
Cuevas Feliu also announced the remodeling of Premier Class cabins on AeroMexico’s Boeing 777 and Boeing 767 aircraft. The new concept will include interiors designed by Ezequiel Farca and minipod seats with ergonomic flat-bed-designed seats, lumbar massage, individual laptop connectivity and individual entertainment centers. Additionally, the airline will have the SkyTeam logo painted on all of its planes by year end.