Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, reiterates its goal of increasing its connectivity and announces its second daily flight to Orlando and its fourth daily service to Miami from its main hub at the Mexico City International Airport.
Starting on November 3rd, the airline will add one more daily flight between Mexico City and Orlando, which primary benefit will be seen in the connectivity offered from the nation’s capital to Guadalajara, Monterrey, and Villahermosa in Mexico, and to Lima, Santiago, and Sao Paulo, among other destinations in Latin America.
The aircraft to be used for these flights are Boeing 737 with 124 seats, 12 in Clase Premier, Aeromexico’s business class cabin
In like manner, Aeromexico will add its fourth daily flight to the Mexico City – Miami route as of November 13th, served with Boeing 737 airplanes. This new service will allow U.S.-origin passengers to connect to destinations such as Acapulco, Aguascalientes, and Oaxaca in Mexico, and Bogota, Guatemala, and San Jose, south of the border, among others.
With this new services and the fourth and fifth weekly service from Merida to Miami, which begins in November and December respectively, Aeromexico will offer a total of 48 weekly flights from the Mexican capital city to the State of Florida in the United States, with close to 6,000 seats per week between those destinations.
Aeromexico continues working to provide more and better connectivity options between different cities in Mexico and the United States, as well as increasing its presence in the neighboring country.