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Aeromexico is ramping up its route network to the U.S. starting December 2023.
The increase in services has been made possible by Mexico once again achieving a Category 1 safety rating from the FAA.
Here’s more on Aeromexico’s increased U.S. frequencies.
From December of this year, the number of Aeromexico flights operated between Mexico and the United States will increase significantly.
To start with, Mexico City (MEX) will be the only airport to see more U.S.-bound Aeromexico-operated flights.
|Destination Served From MEX||Number of Additional Weekly Flights|
|Denver (DEN)||5 (from 17 to 22)|
|Houston (IAH)||8 (from 17 to 25)|
|Las Vegas (LAS)||3 (from 12 to 15)|
|Los Angeles (LAX)||3 (from 29 to 35)|
|Miami (MIA)||14 (from 21 to 35)|
|New York (JFK)||7 (from 21 to 28)|
|Orlando (MCO)||9 (from 23 to 32)|
Aeromexico doesn’t have enough aircraft to manage such a huge frequency increase without making some cuts elsewhere.
The routes affected will be nonstop services between Mexico City and San Francisco (SFO), as well as between Guadalajara and the cities of Chicago (ORD) and Los Angeles (LAX), which will all see 3 fewer weekly flights.
Currently, Aeromexico operates nonstop service to 17 cities across the U.S.
While the majority operate through the airline’s base in Mexico City, some U.S. airports only have Aeromexico connections to cities other than the nation’s capital, such as:
If you’re planning a visit to Mexico City, you might want to consider staying at one of the city’s relatively new properties: Andaz Mexico City Condesa, Hyatt Regency Insurgentes, and Mondrian Mexico City Condesa. Extending the reach a little further, here are some great value points hotels around the country.
Now that Mexico is back in the FAA’s Category 1, it’s likely only a matter of time before other Mexican carriers, such as low-cost Viva Aerobus and Volaris, start increasing the frequency of U.S.-bound flights
Who knows, we may see a slew of new route announcements, too!
From December, Aeromexico’s increased frequencies on U.S. routes will provide even more connectivity for those wishing to travel between the bordering nations.
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