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How can we forget about AeroMexico's past...


Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V.
, operating as AeroMéxico, is an airline based in Mexico City, Mexico. It operates scheduled domestic services and international services to Asia, Canada, Europe, Central America, South America and USA. Its main base is Mexico City International Airport, with secondary hubs at General Mariano Escobedo International Airport, Monterrey and General Ignacio Pesqueira Garcia International Airport in Hermosillo.[1] AeroMéxico is the only Latin American airline that flies to Asia, and was the only airline in Mexico with scheduled services to Europe, until Mexicana initiated its Mexico City to London's Gatwick service in January 2009. Aeromexico was one of the founding members of Sky Team.




New Aeromexico Terminal at the
Mexico City International Airport


Starting January 15th 2008, Aeromexico will offer its world-class service from Terminal 2 (T2), the newest and most modern facilities of the Mexico City International Airport, covering:

Arrivals and departures of all international and domestic Aeromexico and Aeromexico Connect flights.
New and exclusive Salon Premier, Aeromexico's exclusive VIP lounge with ample room to rest, dedicated children´s area, SPA and much more
New and modern desks to simplify the check-in procedure
Departure and arrival concourses arranged at different street-levels, to improve traffic flow
Airtrain for passengers on flights with a connection between T1 and T2
Ample parking facilities





HOW TO GET IN AND OUT OF THE NEW TERMINAL 2




Departures

Aeromexico passengers should proceed directly to T2 to check in and board their flights.

Inside Terminal 1 (T1), Aeromexico will have connection and information desks available at gates 7 and 19, as well as a ticket sales and passenger check-in office, located at Gate A,
for those traveling with carry-on items only. There will also be two automatic check-in machines located on the airtrain's access bridge, where passengers can print their boarding passes.









Connections

Those arriving at T1 with connecting Aeromexico flights, or vice-versa, may take the airtrain or an aircoach to T2 or T1, depending on their needs; aircoaches are available for passengers with short connection times.



Code Shares

Passengers with an Aeromexico code-share flight in conjunction with an airline operating out of T1 should check in with the airline that operates the flight, as is the current procedure.



Baggage Check-In on Connecting Flights

Whenever possible, on flights with a connection between T1 and T2, passengers should check their bags to their final destination from their point of departure. If circumstances do not permit it, passengers will need to claim their bags, take them to the corresponding terminal and recheck them.



The Airtrain

The airtrain will depart every 12 minutes from either terminal (T1 and T2).
The airtrain is exclusively for the use of passengers with connecting flights who have their ticket or boarding pass and carry-on bags only, as well as airline employees and other properly accredited airport service providers.
The airtrain is ideal for layovers of two hours or more.



Aircoaches

The aircoach is ideal for passengers with less than 120 minutes connecting time and who have checked their luggage to their final destination.
The aircoach can be boarded inside the airport (in the sterile zone), which facilitates the process. Aircoaches will make continuous trips between the two terminals.
The aircoach is exclusively for the use of passengers with boarding passes and short connection times, as well as for flight crews.



T2 Parking

T2 has ample parking, so to save time, it is recommended that Aeromexico passengers park there.
If parking in T1 is necessary, passengers should then use ground transportation to travel between terminals.
Aeromexico will have automatic check-in machines available in the airtrain's access bridge for those who do not yet have a boarding pass. Please remember that only carry-on baggage is allowed aboard the airtrain.









T2 Taxi Service

This service will operate as it does in T1, with ticket booths and an area reserved for taxis for passengers to hire.




Aeromexico's Fleet
Get to know our fleet and the technical information of each of our planes.
SAAB 340 B

Details
Made in Sweden19.7 meters long21.4 meters span33 seats13.2 tons maximum takeoff weight530 km/h Cruise Speed



ERJ-145

Details
Made in Brazil29.8 meters long20 meters span50 seats22 tons maximum takeoff weight833 km/h Cruise Speed



MD 82

Details
Made in USA45.1 meters long32.9 meters span142 seats67.8 tons maximum takeoff weight820 km/h cruise speed



MD 83

Details
Made in USA45.1 meters long32.9 meters span142 seats69.0 tons maximum takeoff weight820 km/h cruise speed



MD 87

Details
Made in USA39.8 meters long32.9 meters span109 seats67.8 tons maximum takeoff weight820 km/h cruise speed



MD 88

Details
Made in USA45.1 meters long32.9 meters span142 seats69.0 tons maximum takeoff weight820 km/h cruise speed



EMB-190

Details
Made in Brazil36.2 meters long28.7 meters span99 seats47.8 tons maximum takeoff weight830 km/h cruise speed



Boeing 737-700

Details
Made in USA33.6 meters long35.8 meters span124 seats67.13 tons maximum takeoff weight830 km/h cruise speed



Boeing 737-800

Details
Made in USA39.5 meters long35.8 meters span150 seats79 tons maximum takeoff weight830 km/h cruise speed



Boeing 767-200 ER

Details
Made in USA48.5 meters long47.6 meters span181 seats175.5 tons maximum takeoff weight850 km/h cruise speed



Boeing 767-300 ER

Details
Made in USA54.9 meters long47.6 meters span209 seats184.6 tons maximum takeoff weight850 km/h cruise speed



Boeing 777-200 ER

Details
Made in USA63.7 meters long60.9 meters span277 seats297.5 tons maximum takeoff weight850 km/h cruise speed





Aeromexico mainline Airline Destinations...



China
Shanghai (Shanghai Pudong International Airport)

Japan
Tokyo (Narita International Airport)

Europe

France
Paris (Charles de Gaulle Airport)


Italy
Rome (Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport)

Spain
Barcelona (Barcelona Airport)
Madrid (Barajas Airport)

North America

Canada

Ontario
Toronto (Toronto Pearson International Airport)

Quebec
Montreal (Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport) [begins April 2]

Mexico

Aguascalientes
Aguascalientes (Lic. Jesús Terán Peredo International Airport)

Baja California
Tijuana (General Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport) Focus City

Baja California Sur
Los Cabos (Los Cabos International Airport)

Coahuila
Torreón (Francisco Sarabia International Airport)

Chihuahua
Chihuahua (General Roberto Fierro Villalobos International Airport)

Ciudad Juárez (Abraham González International Airport)

Federal District
Mexico City (Mexico City International Airport) Hub

Guanajuato
León (Del Bajío International Airport)

Guerrero
Acapulco (General Juan N. Álvarez International Airport)

Jalisco
Guadalajara (Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport) Secondary Hub

Puerto Vallarta (Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport)

Michoacán
Morelia (General Francisco J. Mujica International Airport)

Nuevo León
Monterrey (General Mariano Escobedo International Airport) Secondary Hub

Quintana Roo
Cancún (Cancún International Airport)

Sinaloa
Culiacán (Federal de Bachigualato International Airport)

Sonora
Hermosillo (General Ignacio Pesqueira Garcia International Airport)

Tabasco
Villahermosa (Carlos Rovirosa Pérez International Airport)

Yucatán
Mérida (Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport)

United States

Arizona
Phoenix (Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport)

California
Los Angeles (Los Angeles International Airport)

Ontario (LA/Ontario International Airport)

San Diego (San Diego International Airport)

San Francisco (San Francisco International Airport)

Colorado
Denver (Denver International Airport) [seasonal]

Florida
Miami (Miami International Airport)

Orlando (Orlando International Airport)

Georgia
Atlanta (Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport)

Illinois
Chicago (O'Hare International Airport)

Nevada
Las Vegas (McCarran International Airport)

New York
New York City (John F. Kennedy International Airport)

Texas
Houston (George Bush Intercontinental Airport)

Utah
Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City International Airport) [ends April 12]

Washington
Seattle/Tacoma (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport)


South America

Argentina
Buenos Aires (Ministro Pistarini International Airport)

Brazil
São Paulo (Guarulhos International Airport)

Chile
Santiago (Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport)

Colombia
Medellín (José María Córdova International Airport) [begins June 15]

Peru
Lima (Jorge Chávez International Airport)


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AeroMexico Connect Information:

AeroMéxico Connect is AeroMéxico's flight offering that serves travelers in Mexico, primarily with charter flights.

AeroMéxico Connect - formerly Aerolitoral - started operations in 1991 with a fleet of 27 Fairchild Metro III/23 aircraft, and soon became the largest regional carrier in Mexico. The airline initially opened its head office in Monterrey and now has operational bases in Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, and Hermosillo.

The AeroMéxico Connect concept to regionalize markets provides a successful solution for travelers who need to fly to destinations the major carriers do not serve. This is especially true for business travelers and their important need for itineraries that help them save time.



The convenience airline


AeroMéxico Connect is aware of the fact that time and a solution for different situations are key success factors, and is determined to meet the needs of business travelers, executives and tourists alike, by offering them a large variety of convenient flight options.

AeroMéxico Connect moves travelers from low-density markets through the most direct routes and without putting them through the inconvenience of having to change planes; it offers connections for passengers traveling from large cities to medium and small towns with single-day round-trip options. This and much more, make AeroMéxico Connect your convenience airline.




AeroMéxico Connect Attributes

Versatile 50 to 100 seat passenger jets
Great coverage
Great variety of flight options per day
More and better itineraries
Convenient connections to network flights
Convenient connections to network flights
Competitive fares based on low cost operations
Part of AeroMéxico's powerful flight network and traditional world-class service
Punctuality
16 years of experience as the number one regional airline in Mexico
The right airplane for the right market



Relevant Facts

Destinations: 37 in Mexico and 7 in the USA
Operations: 285 daily flights - the Mexican airline with the largest number of flights in the domestic market
Transports 2.5 million passengers per year
AeroMéxico Connect Fleet

Four 99-seat Embraer EMB-190 jets configured in two classes to include Clase Premier
28 Embraer ERJ145 50-passenger jets
Seven 33-seat SAAB 340B aircraft



Operational bases in Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Hermosillo
Work force: 1,200 employees
Integral part of AeroMéxico
IOSA certified since 2006, based on its main concern to provide quality service on safe flights










North America

Mexico

Aguascalientes
Aguascalientes (Lic. Jesús Terán Peredo International Airport)

Baja California
Mexicali (General Rodolfo Sánchez Taboada International Airport)

Tijuana (General Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport)

Baja California Sur
La Paz (Manuel Márquez de León International Airport)

Loreto (Loreto International Airport) [begins July 2]

San José del Cabo (Los Cabos International Airport)

Campeche
Campeche (Ing. Alberto Acuña Ongay International Airport)

Ciudad del Carmen (Ciudad del Carmen International Airport)

Chiapas
Tapachula (Tapachula International Airport)

Tuxtla Gutiérrez (Angel Albino Corzo International Airport) [begins July 1]

Chihuahua
Chihuahua (General Roberto Fierro Villalobos International Airport) Hub

Ciudad Juárez (Abraham González International Airport)

Coahuila
Torreón (Francisco Sarabia International Airport)

Durango
Durango (General Guadalupe Victoria International Airport)

Estado de Mexico
Toluca (Lic. Adolfo Lopez Mateos International Airport)

Federal District
Mexico City (Mexico City International Airport) Hub

Guanajuato
León (Del Bajío International Airport)

Guerrero
Acapulco (General Juan N. Álvarez International Airport)

Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo (Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport)

Jalisco
Guadalajara (Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport) Hub

Puerto Vallarta (Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport)

Nayarit
Tepic (Amado Nervo National Airport) [begins August 3]

Nuevo León
Monterrey (General Mariano Escobedo International Airport) Hub

Oaxaca
Huatulco (Bahías de Huatulco International Airport) [begins July 1]

Oaxaca (Xoxocotlán International Airport)

Puebla
Puebla (Hermanos Serdán International Airport)

Querétaro
Santiago de Querétaro (Querétaro International Airport)

Quintana Roo
Chetumal (Chetumal International Airport) [begins July 1]

San Luis Potosí
San Luis Potosí (Ponciano Arriaga International Airport)

Sinaloa
Culiacán (Federal de Bachigualato International Airport)

Los Mochis (Federal del Valle del Fuerte International Airport)

Mazatlán (General Rafael Buelna International Airport)

Sonora
Ciudad Obregón (Ciudad Obregón International Airport)

Hermosillo (General Ignacio Pesqueira Garcia International Airport) Secondary Hub

Tabasco
Villahermosa (Carlos Rovirosa Pérez International Airport)

Tamaulipas
Matamoros (General Servando Canales International Airport)

Nuevo Laredo (Quetzalcóatl International Airport) [begins April 1]

Reynosa (General Lucio Blanco International Airport)

Tampico (General Francisco Javier Mina International Airport)

Veracruz
Poza Rica (El Tajín National Airport)
Veracruz (General Heriberto Jara International Airport)

Yucatán
Mérida (Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport)

United States
California
Los Angeles (Los Angeles International Airport)

Nevada
Las Vegas (McCarran International Airport)

New Mexico
Albuquerque (Albuquerque International Sunport)

Texas
Houston (George Bush Intercontinental Airport)

San Antonio (San Antonio International Airport)

Central America

Honduras
San Pedro Sula (Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport)

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AeroMexico Travel


Servicio Mexicano de Vuelos de Fletamento S. A. de C. V., operating as AeroMéxico Travel, is a charter flight subsidiary of AeroMéxico, and started operations on June 2, 2008 with the inaugural flight AM6771 from Mexico City to Cancún. The airline will be in charge of charter flights from Mexican resort destinations to several cities in the United States and Canada.

( I don't have much info on AeroMexico's Travel Division, but as soon as I get it I will post)




One of the Engines in the mighty 777...


The future 787 w/ AeroMexico livery...


Aeromexico 767...





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In other news...

AeroMexico Wins "Best Airline in Mexico" Award From Business Traveler for Third Consecutive Year


Posted : Mon, 22 Dec 2008 13:00:52 GMT
Author : AeroMexico
Category : Press Release
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HOUSTON, TX -- 12/22/08 -- AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, has been selected as the "Best Airline in Mexico" for 2008 by the readers of Business Traveler magazine. This marks the third year the award has been bestowed and AeroMexico has received top honors every year. The airline was recognized at a special awards ceremony on December 11 in Los Angeles, along with honorees in other airline, hotel and business-travel related categories.
Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Division, AeroMexico, said, "AeroMexico is extremely proud to accept the 'Best Airline in Mexico' award for the third consecutive year from Business Traveler's readers. Winning this award every year it has been presented is a real testament to our employees' relentless focus on delivering outstanding customer service."

Eva Leonard, editor in chief at Business Traveler magazine, said, "AeroMexico stands out because the airline excels at meeting the specialized needs of business travelers to Mexico, and provides the highest levels of service, comfort and convenience, as well as an extensive route network."

Galan added, "Our goal is to make flying on AeroMexico an exceptional experience every time someone gets on board one of our planes -- and that takes a real team effort, every day, by our more than 6,000 employees. It's especially gratifying that AeroMexico has earned this vote of confidence from the readers of Business Traveler because they include some of the world's most discriminating business travelers."

This year marks the 20th year of the "Best in Business Travel" awards at Business Traveler (www.btusonline.com). More than 4,000 readers of its U.S. edition were surveyed and asked to choose their favorite airlines, hotels, airports and other business-travel service providers in 55 categories. The survey consisted of open-ended questions with no suggested company names or choices given.

With a circulation of 150,000 for its U.S. edition and global circulation of 500,000 through 10 editions, Business Traveler is read widely by executives who are frequent domestic and international travelers.

Through these and other honors, AeroMexico has been recognized for its distinguished style of attentive, personalized in-flight service, which includes complimentary amenities, meals at meal times and beverages, including cocktails. The airline has also distinguished itself with one of the world's best on-time flight records, the highest safety and quality standards ratings, outstanding reliability and baggage handling performance, and exceptional value based on its competitive fares and superior service.

AeroMexico and its subsidiary, AeroMexico Connect, currently operate more than 600 daily flights through the airline's Mexico City International Airport hub to 40 destinations in Mexico, 15 U.S. locations as well as major cities that include Shanghai, Paris and Buenos Aires in 12 other countries worldwide. U.S. cities served currently are Los Angeles, Ontario (Ca.), San Diego, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Seattle/Tacoma, Salt Lake City, Houston, San Antonio, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, New York City, Orlando and Miami. AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages. The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through its Sky Team global airline alliance with 11 full member carriers and three associate carriers. Additional information is available at or 1-800-237-6639.

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AeroMexico Travel Division gets approval Canada/Mexico Charter Flights*

CTA Home : Rulings : Decisions : 2008

Decision No. 621-A-2008

December 19, 2008

APPLICATION by Servicio Mexicano de Vuelos de Fletamento, S.A. de C.V. carrying on business as Aeromexico Travel pursuant to subsection 73(2) of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10, as amended, for a licence to operate a non-scheduled international service to transport traffic on a charter basis between points in Mexico and points in Canada.

File No. M4212/A1088-2

Servicio Mexicano de Vuelos de Fletamento, S.A. de C.V. carrying on business as Aeromexico Travel (the applicant) has applied to the Canadian Transportation Agency (the Agency) for a licence to operate the service set out in the title. The application was complete on December 18, 2008.

The applicant filed an affidavit attesting that within the twelve months preceding the filing of the application it did not contravene section 59 of the Canada Transportation Act (the CTA) in that it has not sold, caused to be sold or publicly offered for sale in Canada transportation in respect of the applied for air service without holding the required licence. The applicant has also undertaken in respect of the air service applied for that it will not contravene section 59 of the CTA prior to the issuance of the applied for licence. The Agency is not aware of any evidence that the applicant contravened section 59 of the CTA within the preceding twelve months.

The Agency has reviewed the application and is satisfied that the applicant meets the requirements of subsection 73(2) of the CTA.

Accordingly, the Agency will issue to the applicant a licence authorizing it to operate a non-scheduled international service to transport traffic on a charter basis between points in Mexico and points in Canada.

Pursuant to subsection 74(1) of the CTA, the Agency deems it appropriate to include the terms and conditions set out below in the licence to be issued pursuant to this Decision.

The licence to be issued pursuant to this Decision shall be subject, in addition to the conditions prescribed by the Air Transportation Regulations, SOR/88-58, as amended (the ATR), to the requirements to hold a Canadian aviation document issued by the Minister of Transport and to have prescribed liability insurance coverage as set out in section 7 of the ATR, and to the following terms and conditions to which the licence is made subject pursuant to subsection 74(1) of the CTA:

1. The Licensee is authorized to transport traffic on a charter basis between points in Mexico and points in Canada.

2. The Licensee is prohibited from carrying local traffic between points in Canada.
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AeroMexico will launch daily flights from Mexico City to Toronto and San Francisco, both on Feb. 2, and to Denver on March 2.

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Special Paris-Mexico City fair.

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AeroMexico propose Paris Mexico à 350 euros pour les agents de voyages



AeroMexico propose un tarif spécial aux agents de voyages pour un aller retour Paris Mexico.

La compagnie mexicaine fait un petit prix pour les vendeurs et leur propose le vol Paris Mexico à 420 euros TTC, soit 350 euros HT + taxes aéroportuaires en classe économique. Cette promotion est valable jusqu'au 20 mai 200 pour des départs du 15 janvier au 31 mai 2009 (dernier retour). Les vols sont au départ de Paris CDG à destination de Mexico City en Classe L. Un supplément de 50 euros est à prévoir pour une arrivée sur une autre ville mexicaine desservie par la compagnie. Les billets sont nominatifs, non échangeables et non remboursables. Pour en bénéficier il faut adresser une attestation Iata ou une attestation licence pour les agences non Iata à l’agence AeroMexico (01.55.04.90.10). Un tarif accompagnateur (+ 100 euros) est également prévu.

vendredi 09 janvier 2009 (13h43)


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Transport - Air AeroMexico proposes Paris Mexico City with 350 euros for the agents of voyages › AeroMexico proposes a preferential rate with the agents of voyages for an outward journey return Paris Mexico City. The Mexican company makes low-costs for the salesmen and the flight Paris Mexico City with 420 euros including all taxes proposes to them, that is to say 350 euros HT + airport taxes in economic class. This promotion is valid jusqu' at May 20, 200 for departures of January 15 to May 31, 2009 (last return). The flights are at the beginning of Paris CDG bound for Mexico City City in Class L. a supplement of 50 euros is to be envisaged for an arrival on another Mexican city served by the company. The tickets are personal, nonexchangeable and nonrefundable. To profit from it is necessary to address a Iata certificate or a certificate licence for the agencies not Iata to the agency AeroMexico (01.55.04.90 .10). A tariff guide (+ 100 euros) is also envisaged. Friday January 9, 2009 (13h43)
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Congrat's AeroMexico's CEO!!!

Lorena Ochoa to Marry AeroMexico's CEO in December




One of the world's best woman golfers, Lorena Ochoa, will marry AeroMexico CEO Andres Conesa in December, Golfweek reported on Wednesday.
With her 24 lifetime victories in the U.S. LPGA Tour, this 28-year-old Mexican golfer is a superstar. Conesa is a millionaire with a PhD in Economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and two Banamex National Prizes in Economic Research in Mexico. The news of her engagement made a splash in Mexico. This will be her second marriage for Conesa, who has three children from his 13-year previous marriage.

The two became close in Dec. 2007 when AeroMexico sponsored the Lorena Ochoa Invitational. She may retire prematurely, as Ochoa maintains she puts family before golf and would retire before she gives birth. If Ochoa, touted as the successor to Annika Sorenstam, who retired at the end of last season and married recently, does retire, it will create a power vacuum in the women's golf scene.

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Yeah it was a great livery but it just seemed dated. The new Euro-White livery looks much classier and fresh. Although I would get rid of the red calligraphy type design in a minute...
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AM 2X1 Promo For New San Francisco/Denver Destination*

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Only the Best Airline in Mexico, as voted by reader of Global Traveler and Business Traveler magazines, offers you more. Now for a limited time only, you can buy two (2) AeroMexico airfare tickets for the price of one (1). Offer is only valid for travel from our new destinations, San Francisco and Denver, to any of our destinations in Mexico.

San Francisco Schedule Flight:

SFO-MEX-AM 665
7:00 a.m.
1:20 p.m.

Daily

MEX-SFO-AM 664

7:05 p.m.
10:15 p.m.

Schedule subject to change.

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Denver Schedule Flight:



DEN-MEX-AM 659

1:25 p.m.
6:20 p.m.

Daily

MEX-DEN-AM 658

9:30 a.m.
12:25 p.m.

Schedule subject to change.

AeroMexico, Latin America's global airline, operates from its center of operations in Mexico City's International Airport more than 600 daily flights to 40 destinations in Mexico, 15 in the United States, 6 in Central and South America, 4 in Europe, and 2 in Asia.

For reservations or more information, please call 1-800-237-6639.
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Yeah it was a great livery but it just seemed dated. The new Euro-White livery looks much classier and fresh. Although I would get rid of the red calligraphy type design in a minute...
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Not a good picture, but I took this at Cancun Airport (CUN)

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Nice Pix of AM's B737 with the previous Livery, GlasgowMan...

On a side note.. Cancun seemed a bit gloomy that day.
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Possibly Route Mexico City-Shanghai/Pudong To Be Put On Hold...

AeroMéxico studies to annul flight to China The economic conditions are not favorable for the air business to the Asian nation; the demand of passengers toward Shangai was reduced passed from November.

It published to the 14:41 Tuesday, January 20, 2009 More news of Business

The crisis has affected the business of AeroMéxico. (Photo: Reuters) Articles related" Airlines descend prices of the tickets AeroMéxico foresees zero growth The strike in AeroMéxico remains conspirator AeroMéxico requires changes to sobrecargos Mexico City (CNNExpansión com) — what began as a festival does less than one year today is a sad reality, AeroMéxico reported that analyzes to stop flying temporarily to Shangai, Chinese. "Due to the conditions of the world economic environment and, chiefly, by the deceleration that has been given in the growth of the economies of the Asian countries", said
in a communiqué AeroMéxico.

The firm said that still there is not a final decision but according to the applicable regulatory nature, in passed days the airline notified to the General Direction of Civil Aeronatics, the notice by the one that would suspend operations to China in a temporary way, from April 20 next.

"The airline is evaluating all the possible alternatives for cancel not happinesses operations and, in case to do it, to resume them as quick as be possible, even in the next summer", said AeroMéxico.

Since its sale in 2007 to a headlines investors group by Banamex, subsidiary of Citigroup, initiated the plans of internacionalización and its expansion to Asia with the flight to Shangai, from May of last year.

Nevertheless, it given the deterioration of the world economic environment, from November the activity factors have been reduced sensitively.

The firm said that additionally the drop in passengers I am accentuated with the migratory disposition -applicable from passed November first - that impedes to transport passengers in traffic without visa in this type of flights.


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Here is an interesting pix of an AeroMexico 777 in China. Great shot by the photographer...
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Lack Of Customs Agents Keeps Passengers Aboard Diverted AeroMexico Flight In Portland For Four Hours



January 22, 2009 6:36 a.m. EST


Linda Young - AHN Editor
Portland, OR (AHN) - Lack of customs agents kept passengers aboard an international flight after bad weather caused it to be diverted to Portland, OR.

Passengers aboard the AeroMexico flight to the U.S. became upset when airport officials forced them to stay inside the plane on the tarmac because there were not enough customs agents to process passengers on an international flight.

The AeroMexico flight was headed to Seattle, WA from Mexico City, Mexico, but was diverted to Portland, OR after thick fog closed the Sea-Tac International Airport.

When the plane landed, the passengers were not allowed to leave, with the exception of a few passengers with medical emergencies. Passengers spent four hours on the tarmac Tuesday night, with many of them complaining about the situation. Sympathetic firefighters brought McDonald's hamburgers in for the passengers.

After passengers became angry, officials threatened some of them with arrest if they didn't calm down and finally ordered the plane to leave.

That caused even greater concerns among some of the passengers who reportedly worried that the pilots had already been at the controls too long to safely fly back there, because the delay and return turned the normally 6-hour flight into 16 hours. In addition, no food was stocked onto the plane for its return flight.

Some U.S. passengers were upset when the flight returned to Mexico because AeroMexico did not offer them food or hotel vouchers during the wait for the next flight, according to reports.

There is a proposed passenger bill of rights working its way through the U.S. Congress, which would require allowing passengers off delayed flights on the ground, and also require they be given food and water.

However, it is unclear if that would have helped in this situation, because this was a foreign airline landing at an airport that it did not serve, so it had no gates there. In addition, because it was not an international airport, there were not enough customs agents to comply with Homeland Security protocol.

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AM's Statement on above's ^^ scenario...

AeroMexico statement about Flight # 670

08:45 AM PST on Thursday, January 22, 2009
Media Statement About Flight # 670, 1-20-09


AeroMexico deeply regrets that our passengers on flight #670, bound from Mexico City to Seattle-Tacoma, were inconvenienced by an unfortunate set of circumstances on Tuesday, January 20, that were beyond the airline’s control.


Before the flight departed from Mexico City, the pilots had received authorization from Seattle to proceed. Heavy fog conditions developed later in the Seattle-Tacoma area, which forced Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to close its operations for all arrivals and departures. Due to these circumstances which were outside the airline’s control, the plane had to divert and went to Portland, which was the closest international airport. Passenger safety is AeroMexico’s number one priority and diverting the flight was both the required and prudent action to take in this situation.


When the plane landed in Portland, there were no U.S. Customs and Immigration agents available to handle the passengers so they were required to remain on the plane, which was also outside the airline’s control. Federal regulations do not allow international flights to be completed unless all passengers go through U.S. customs.


The plane was parked at the airport for approximately four hours. When it became apparent there would be no customs agents available in Portland to process the passengers and the weather in Seattle-Tacoma was not improving, it was decided that the best alternative that would minimize additional time for passengers was to return to Mexico City.


On the flight back to Mexico City, the pilots and crew members were operating within the legal limits for hours on duty at all times. Food was brought on board in Portland for this return flight.


In Mexico City, new crew members boarded the plane for its flight back to Seattle-Tacoma on Wednesday, January 21. The flight reached its final destination without further incident.


AeroMexico is reviewing the incident on January 20 to determine if the circumstances could have been handled in a more effective way. We will seek an explanation about why the customs agents were not available to assist the plane and its passengers in Portland.


Our airline prides itself on service to its passengers. While the airline was dealing with several circumstances beyond its control, we intend to take all steps necessary to help avoid an incident of this nature in the future. We will also take appropriate steps to thank the passengers who were inconvenienced by this situation for their patience and understanding.



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Innagural flight between Denver & Mexico City w/ AM

Airline ready to start DIA-Mexico City flights

The Denver Post

Posted: 01/23/2009 12:30:00 AM MST

Officials from AeroMexico on Thursday touted their planned service between Denver and Mexico City. The service, set to begin Feb. 1, includes daily nonstop flights between the cities, with connecting service to 40 other destinations throughout Mexico and cities in 12 additional countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia.

Flights will depart from Denver International Airport at 1:25 p.m. and will arrive at Mexico City International Airport at 6:20 p.m. CST. Departures from Mexico City are scheduled at 9:30 a.m. CST, with arrivals in Denver at 12:25 p.m. MST.

AeroMexico also is expanding operations to Toronto and San Francisco.
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Businesses Assures AeroMéxico stability, despite debt 160 mdd MEXICO

Invertia - Last News Friday, January 23, 2009, 15:57hs

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Consortium AeroMéxico has a debit with its different service providers of 160 million dollars, recognized Andrés Conesa, general director of the airline.

Nevertheless, it said that this debit is not to be worried, since the annual total incomes surpass the 2 thousand million dollars.

"The conditions of liquidity right now in the economy are very bad, there is not credit for any business neither in the aviation neither in the sector of autotransporte, commercial or of service.

"Then right now one must take care of a lot the liquidity, and we enter to these problems with a level of low debt; with debt in pesos did not affect us the depreciations of the exchange rate and upside down, with incomes in good dollars, that upon being depreciated to 14 pesos, has permitted us to cover the needs in dollars that have and puts us in a very good position with respect to ours competitive", expressed.

Conesa ruled out that the technical breakdowns that carry out the sobrecargos of this business extend the pilots, with who they negotiate some plans to avoid dismissals.

The executive emphasized that is a financially complicated moment for all the businesses to national and international level, although trusted in which the airline will continue being fortified in the air market of passengers.

After it to be questioned on the possibility to suspend temporarily their route Mexico-Shanghai, said that in these moments the Consortium considers that there is not good opportunities for long-range routes, although found opportunities for domestic routes that operates their subsidiary one AeroMéxico Connect.

Source: GROUP REFORMS By: Lilián Cross
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