As of July, this summer, the carrier will offer more than 5,000 additional seats a week on its domestic and international routes. - Some of the destinations featuring its increased flight frequencies include Cancun, Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta in Mexico and Miami, San Antonio and Orlando in the United States.
Aeromexico, Mexico's global airline, announced an increase in the number of flights it offers between Mexico City and major destinations such as Acapulco, Cancun, Huatulco, Los Cabos, Merida, Oaxaca, Puerto Vallarta and Zihuatanejo in Mexico and Miami, Orlando and San Antonio in the United States, for this summer season.
The airline will, therefore, add over 100 flights a week to its connectivity network, with more than 3,000 seats per week for the domestic market and over 2,000 additional seats for the international market.
Cancun is one of the busiest tourist cities in Mexico, so Aeromexico will add an average of four daily flights from Mexico City and six weekly flights from Monterrey to enhance its daily flight services.
Moreover, Aeromexico recently also reported an increase of its offer on international routes such as London, Madrid, Shanghai, Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro, reaffirming its commitment to create greater connectivity for Mexico.
Grupo Aeromexico, S.A.B. de C.V., is a holding company whose subsidiaries are engaged in commercial aviation, in Mexico, and the promotion of passenger loyalty programs. Aeromexico, Mexico's global airline operates more than 600 daily flights and has its main hub in Terminal 2 at the Mexico City International Airport. Its destinations network spans to 79 cities on three continents, including 44 destinations in Mexico, 16 in the United States, 13 in Latin America, three in Europe, two in Asia and one in Canada.
The Group's fleet of more than 115 aircraft is comprised of Boeing 787, 777, 767 and 737 jet airliners and next generation Embraer 145, 170, 175 and 190 models. In 2012, the airline announced the most significant investment strategy in aviation history in Mexico, to purchase 100 Boeing aircraft including 90 MAX 737 jet airliners and ten 787-9 Dreamliners.
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