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Old January 24th, 2009, 06:14 AM   #21
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They relocate pilots of Aeroméxico to avoid dismissals

23 of January, 2009 - 18:13 — www.sdpnoticias.com

Mexico, 23 N (Notimex).- The Union Association of Pilot Aviators of Mexico (REEL) confirmed that their unionized hired from 2008 they will be transferred with a salary less than the division AeroMexico Connect of the line AeroMéxico, like a measure of the business to avoid dismissals by the economic crisis. The leader of the guild, Alejandro Nava Vélez, criticized the measure and considered that is turned out of incorrect operating and administrative decisions. It regretted that blame to the world economic situation, therefore recalled that to a year "scarce that AeroMéxico hired pilots today him do not leave the accounts and in the environment of the crisis have that to redefine the commercial and operating strategy with the need to relocate pilots that already had work". During the assembly in which REEL commemorated the "Day of the emancipation of the pilot aviator", qualified as incongruent that while AeroMéxico intends to transfer pilots to the business AeroMexico Connect continue hiring personnel of that type for that business. In the meantime, the spokesman REEL, Leonardo Sánchez, explained in interview that are at least 33 pilots the ones that will be subject to that change, and although they would receive a smaller salary is negotiated a decrease happiness to compensate form. The remainder of them unionized they will not suffer any drop in its perceptions due to a covenant of productivity signed, which guarantees besides that will not have the need to perform technical breakdowns or plans as the one that applies to the sobrecargos, that will have rests even in 30 days without enjoyment of salary, concluded.
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AeroMexico to Expand Las Vegas Service on January 29 with Twice Weekly Flights to Mexico City


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AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, has announced today that it will link two of North America's busiest and most popular travel destinations when it begins non-stop flights between Las Vegas and Mexico City on January 29. Twice weekly flights will be offered on Thursdays and Sundays. In Mexico City, travelers also will be able to connect with AeroMexico

flights to 40 destinations throughout Mexico and cities in 12 other countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia. The airline currently offers weekly flights between Las Vegas and Monterrey, Mexico.


Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Division, AeroMexico, said, "AeroMexico is excited about expanding service in Las Vegas, which is a top destination for people in Mexico. This route will also appeal to people in Las Vegas who appreciate quality travel and entertainment experiences at great prices. With the current strength of the U.S. dollar to the peso, Mexico is definitely one of North America's most affordable destinations."


AeroMexico's new Las Vegas - Mexico City route will serve the travel needs and interests of leisure and business travelers in both markets, which are expected to remain strong in 2009. Las Vegas ranks as one of the top tourism destinations for people in Mexico, according to the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce. Passenger load factors on existing flights averaged 80 percent in 2008, a 17 percent increase over 2007, with more than 40,000 passengers traveling from Mexico to Las Vegas. Mexico is also one of the most popular travel destinations for people in the Las Vegas area, according to the Mexico Tourism Board. Additionally, more than 480,000 Las Vegas-area residents, representing more than 27 percent of the population, are of Hispanic or Latino origin.


Galan added, "AeroMexico is confident that our premier style of service at affordable rates will appeal to travelers in both Las Vegas and Mexico City. We see demand for our service in both the leisure and business travel sectors with the biggest opportunities in the international vacation market."


Flights will depart from McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas at 3:00 p.m. PST and arrive at Mexico City International Airport at 8:45 p.m. CST. Departures from Mexico City are at 12:05 p.m. CST with arrivals in Las Vegas at 2:00 p.m. PST.


The airline will offer the best value available on these routes with its competitive fares and premier style of service, which earned AeroMexico the "Best Airline in Mexico" award for 2008 from both Global Traveler and Business Traveler, two of the world's leading travel magazines. Passengers will travel on spacious, ultra-quiet Boeing 737 jets and enjoy personalized in-flight service that includes complimentary beverages, cocktails and meals at meal times. Travelers will also benefit from attractively priced vacation packages being offered through AeroMexico Vacations.


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, 12 U.S. locations as well as major cities that include Tokyo, 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, Houston, San Antonio, Chicago, New York City, Orlando and Miami. Service will be added to Denver on February 1, Albuquerque on February 9, San Francisco on February 12 and Toronto, Canada, on March 3. AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages. The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through its SkyTeam global airline alliance with 11 full member carriers and three associate carriers. AeroMexico has been recognized for its award-winning style of personalized in-flight service, 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. Additional information is available at www.aeromexico.com or 1-800-237-6639.








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AeroMexico Introduces First Airline Service between Albuquerque and Chihuahua City, Mexico, on February 9


HOUSTON, Jan 27, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, and the New Mexico Economic Development Department announced today that air service between Mexico and New Mexico will become a reality February 9. The first AeroMexico flight from Chihuahua City will depart at 11:05 a.m. MST and touch down at 12:25 p.m. MST at Albuquerque International Sunport. The inaugural flight from Albuquerque to Chihuahua City will depart at 1:10 p.m. MST and arrive at 2:30 p.m. Non-stop service on 50-passenger Embraer ERJ 145 regional jets will be scheduled three days a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Division, AeroMexico, said, "AeroMexico sees a real need for this service between Albuquerque and Chihuahua because it will expand opportunities for growing international business and tourism. We appreciate the support shown by Governor Richardson and other officials in New Mexico and Chihuahua who helped this route take off."
Governor Bill Richardson said, "With connecting flights from Monterrey, Guadalajara and Mexico City, tourists and businessmen from Mexico's largest markets now have direct access to experience all that New Mexico has to offer. And, of course, New Mexicans traveling to Mexico for business or for pleasure can make the same connections."
New Airline Service Will Support Growth of International Business and Tourism
Governor Richardson, as chairman of the New Mexico-Chihuahua Commission, took the lead in negotiations with AeroMexico, the state of Chihuahua, Chihuahua City and Albuquerque, which culminated in the new link that will increase access for international business and tourism.
"Southern New Mexico has been enjoying the growing numbers of Mexican tourists who have been coming to the state over the last several years," said New Mexico's Economic Development Secretary Fred Mondragon, whose department was instrumental in working out the details. "These flights will open the door to make the rest of New Mexico more accessible. Mexico's growing middle class has money to spend and time to travel - and New Mexico has the cultural and language synergy to be good hosts to them."
The New Mexico-Chihuahua link modernizes a portion of a travel and trade route that is as old as the presence of Europeans in the Southwest. The Spanish colonial road El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro linked Santa Fe and Taos in New Mexico to Chihuahua City and on to Mexico City and Veracruz on the coast. It was the backbone of trade and commerce into New Mexico from the late 16th century until the opening of the Santa Fe Trail, linking Santa Fe with Kansas, in the early 19th century.
"Albuquerque is very excited to host this international flight and we know that it will greatly benefit not only our community but the state as a whole," said Albuquerque Mayor Martin Chavez.
"It will enrich the business and cultural experiences of citizens of both countries as this air route brings us closer together," said Governor Richardson.
Airline Offers Excellent Value and Award-Winning Service
This new airline service will provide travelers with excellent value based on AeroMexico's competitive fares and premier style of award-winning service. The airline has been named "Best Airline in Mexico" in 2008 by readers of both Global Traveler and Business Traveler magazines. While on board, passengers will receive complimentary beverages, cocktails and meals at meal times along with attentive, personalized service. In addition, flight schedules provide convenient arrival and departure times to complement the airline's superior, on-time performance record. Attractively priced vacation packages, which include airfare, hotel accommodations and rental car, will also be available through AeroMexico Vacations.

AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages throughout its network. The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through its SkyTeam global airline alliance with 11 full member carriers and three associate carriers. AeroMexico has been recognized for its award-winning style of personalized in-flight service, 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. Additional information is available at www.aeromexico.com or 1-800-237-6639.
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AeroMexico begins daily nonstops to Denver

By Jeff Kass, Rocky Mountain News (Contact)
Published February 2, 2009 at 12:05 a.m.

AeroMexico marked its inaugural flight from Mexico City to Denver with a full plane Sunday and is hoping for many more.

Sunday's flight marked the beginning of daily, nonstop flights between Denver and Mexico City, where the carrier is based.

"Passenger traffic trends also indicate that important, unmet demand exists for this service," AeroMexico's vice president for the U.S. division, Frank Galan, said in a news release. AeroMexico officials could not be reached for more details, but Evergreen aviation consultant Mike Boyd said there is plenty of business and "visiting friends and relatives" travel to justify the route. "This should be a barnburner for them." Boyd has worked with other cities to lure AeroMexico.

AeroMexico's return flight to Mexico City on Sunday was "decently full," Galan said.

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Mexico City-Medellin (Colombia) Pending Approval Notice*

Negocios| 2 Feb 2009 - 11:00 pm

Aires y Easy Fly entraron al mercado troncal
Aerolíneas chicas vuelan alto

Por: Jairo Chacón González

El directivo explicó que se tienen nuevas proyecciones para ruta entre Colombia y otros destinos de Latinoamérica.
La autoridad aeronáutica también aprobó la ruta entre Fort Lauderdale y Medellín a la aerolínea Spirt Airlines, la cual ya opera los trayectos desde Fort Lauderdale a Cartagena y Bogotá.
Según el viceministro de Turismo, Óscar Rueda, se espera que en el primer semestre arranquen los vuelos de Spirt de Fort Lauderdale a Medellín, Armenia y San Andrés.
En otros destinos internacionales, la Aerocivil anunció la aprobación a la compañía Aeroméxico para volar en una frecuencia diaria entre Ciudad de México y Medellín, pero siempre y cuando cumpla con un requisito esencial: suscribir un acuerdo de código compartido con la colombiana Aero República, es decir, las dos aerolíneas llenarían el avión de Aeroméxico. Este permiso es temporal y deberá ser ratificado en la próxima reunión del grupo evaluador de la Aerocivil.
Esta solución se dio para evitar que la autoridad aeronáutica colombiana mantuviera el rechazo a la petición de Aeroméxico, por considerar que de aprobarse la ruta a la estatal mexicana se estaría violando la igualdad a Aero República, empresa a la cual el gobierno mexicano le negó la ruta Medellín-Ciudad de México.


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Business| 2 Feb 2009 - 11:00 pm

Air and Easy Fly entered to the market main small Airlines fly highly

By: Jairo Lizard González The executive explained that they have new projections for route between Colombia and other destinies of Latin America. The authority aeronatics also approved the route between Fort Lauderdale and Medellín to the airline Spirt Airlines, which already operates the journeys from Fort Lauderdale to Cartagena and Bogota. According to the vice minister of Tourism, Oscar Rolls, it is expected that in the first semester they start the flights of Spirt of Fort Lauderdale to Medellín, Armenian and San Andrés. In other international destinies, the Aerocivil announced the approval to the company Aeroméxico to fly in a daily frequency between Mexico City and Medellín, but whenever comply with an essential requirement: to subscribe an agreement of code shared with the Colombian one Aero Republic, that is to say, the two airlines would fill the airplane of Aeroméxico. This permission is temporary and should be ratified in the next meeting of the group evaluator of the Aerocivil. This solution was given to avoid that the authority Colombian aeronatics maintained the refusal to the petition of Aeroméxico, by consider that of be approved the route to the state one Mexican would be being violated the equality to Aero Republic, business to which the Mexican government denied him the route Medellín-Mexico City.

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It expands Aeroméxico presence in the country The nine new routes will be operand between March and July of
this year


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www.eluniversal.com.mx (Mexico)

Mexico, D.F Wednesday February 04, 2009 19:44

The Mexican company of aviation AeroMéxico announced nine new destinies inside its network of conectividad in the country. The new routes will enter operation this year, between March and July. indicated the firm headed by Andrés Conesa.

In a communiqué, is established that AeroMéxico Connect will be the responsible for operating the flights to Tampico, San Luis Potosí, City Victory, New Laredo, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Huatulco, Lazarus Purple, Tepic and Colima.

With this announcement, the company will pass from 37 to 48 national destinies in 2009, every time that in some days, February 9, will initiate the route Toluca-Guadalajara with three daily flights, just like Toluca-Monterrey, with equal number of frequencies.

These routes will be operated with the airships EJR-145 of 50 seats, of which the airline will incorporate seven more to its current fleet.

The route Mexico to Tampico and to San Luis Potosí inciará from March with three daily flights; from Mexico to City Victoria and to Nuevo Laredo two daily flights from April.

In the meantime, there will be three daily flights from Mexico to Tuxtla Gutiérrez and a daily flight to Huatulco from July; as well as two daily flights from Mexico to Lazarus Purple, and equal number of frequencies to Tepic and Colima.

Francisco Caves, commercial director of AeroMéxico, expressed that "we are you consent of the value that has the time for the traveler of business, by this reason is that we have planned the current routes and the new so that the flights permit that the travelers have the option to go and to return the same day, without having that to spend in nights of hotel, as well as food extras".

AeroMéxico counts besides with 15 destinies in the United States, six in Center and South America, as well as four to Europe and two in Asia.
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AeroMexico Compromises to maintain jobs ready for 2009

Wednesday, February 4, 2009, 21:38hs

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MEXICO, February. 4.- AeroMéxico this consents of the responsibility that implies to maintain the jobs in difficult times as the current, because of it achieved agreements with the unions to avoid the dismissal of various workers, indicated Andrés Conesa, general director of the airline.

In interview with Samuel Garcia for "The Financial Observer", the executive commented that since last year they negotiated with pilots, sobrecargos and workers in land, to carry out technical breakdowns and to offer alternatives that avoid the loss of jobs.

"It agreed with sobrecargos that instead of saying good-bye people, there will be smaller crew and groups in a monthly frequency will rotate, the same thing in the case of the pilots.", detailed Conesa.

On the challenges that will have to face this year, the representative of the airline recognized that he there will be smaller demand of passage, so much to the interior of Mexico as the remainder of the world.

He added that other factors that will result in the results of the airlines are the volatility in the exchange rate, since diverse operations are carried out in dollars, and the fall in the price of the petroleum.

Conesa detailed that this year, AeroMéxico will finalize the renewal of its fleet and will be ready to attend to the internal market through AeroMéxico Connect, with a fleet of 105 airships for 48 national destinies.

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AeroMexico to Hold Inaugural Flights Press Conference at Albuquerque International Sunport on Monday, February 9

Last update: 5:28 p.m. EST Feb. 6, 2009

Feb 06, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- AeroMexico:

What:
AeroMexico inaugural flights between Albuquerque and Chihuahua City,
Mexico, and press conference with participation by VIP delegation,
remarks, presentations and ribbon-cutting. Event commemorates the
start of the first-ever international airline service between the
two markets. Brief presentations will explain the importance of
AeroMexico's new flights in expanding economic development
opportunities in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Chihuahua, Mexico,
boosting international tourism and serving the international travel
needs of New Mexico's Latino population. The airline's strategic
growth in the United States in 2009 and its award-winning service
will also be covered.

When:
1:35 - 1:55 p.m.
Monday, February 9, press conference

Where:
Concourse D at the Albuquerque International Sunport

Who:
Presenters will include Jose Luis Barraza, Chairman of the Board,
AeroMexico; Governor Bill Richardson, New Mexico; Governor Jose
Reyes Baeza, Chihuahua, Mexico; and Mayor Martin J. Chavez,
Albuquerque. Other participants include Andres Conesa, CEO,
AeroMexico; Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Operations,
AeroMexico; Ruberman Aldana, Director of Sales, Central USA &
Canada, AeroMexico; Thelma Munoz, District Manager, AeroMexico;
Karla Gutierrez, Market Manager, AeroMexico; and VIP delegations
of other government, civic and business leaders from Albuquerque
and Chihuahua City.

Schedule:
12:30 p.m. - First inbound flight arrives from Chihuahua City
1:35 - 1:55 p.m. - Remarks, presentations and ribbon-cutting
2:30 p.m. - First flight departs to Chihuahua City

Service:
Please email or call the media contacts above. Additional
information about AeroMexico is available at
www.aeromexico.com.

Security:
Members of the media who plan to attend the event need to bring
their media identification and photo IDs to access areas at the
airport that require security clearance. Opportunities to photograph
the plane as it departs will be available. The press conference in
the main concourse will be held in an area that does not require
security clearance.

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Aeromexico expands internal aviatransportations


Aviaport. Ru / news / AeroMexico expands internal aviatransportations
Source: Olga Gridchina // Aviaport. Ru
It is published: 09.02.2009, 09:21

Moscow. On February, 9th. - Airline AeroMexico has declared aviaport opening nine new internal routes which will start to operate during from March till July of this year, Mexican newspaper El Universal informs.

Flights will be carried out from Mexico City in following items: Tampico, Dignity ???? Potosi, ?????? Victoria, ????? Laredo, ??????? ?????????, ????????, ?????? Cardenas, ????? and Colima. Thus, the quantity of internal routes AeroMexico will increase in 2009 with 37 up to 48.

Since March three flights daily on routes to Tampico and Dignity ???? Potosi, and since April two flights daily on routes in ?????? Victoria and ????? Laredo will be carried out

Routes will be served by planes EJR-145 calculated on 50 passengers. Purchase of seven more planes of this type in the near future is supposed.

AeroMexico operates and on the international routes. Planes of the company fly to 15 cities USA, six in Central and South America, four to the Europe and two Asia. In 2009 is supposed to lay new routes in Northern America.
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International flights to begin at Sunport


Posted at: 02/09/2009 8:20 AM
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The Albuquerque International Sunport will truly become international on Monday afternoon when a flight between the Duke City and Chihuahua, Mexico, lifts off.
The AeroMexico flights to and from Chihuahua are scheduled to lift off from Albuquerque three times a week, which the stateís tourism secretary says should be good for the local economy.
ìThe Mexican market is a great market,î says Michael Cerletti. ìThey love to ski, shop and casinos ñ they like to do all the stuff we have available.î
The Sunport has retained its claim as an international airport because it has a customs section, receives and sends international packages and can accommodate international private traffic
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AeroMexico to Hold Inaugural Flights Events at San Francisco International Airport on Thursday, February 12



--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
AeroMexico:

What:


AeroMexico's inaugural flight between San Francisco and Mexico City; launch events at airport with brief presentations and ribbon-cutting will celebrate the airline?s fourth California market, making the state its largest operation in the U.S.; and the fourth new AeroMexico route launched in the U.S. in the last 15 days. Presenters will outline the importance of AeroMexico's new flights in expanding international economic development, travel and tourism opportunities between two of North America?s largest metropolitan areas and in serving the international travel needs of San Francisco?s Latino population. The airline?s strategic growth in the U.S. in 2009 and award-winning service will also be covered.


When:

5:30 ? 7 a.m. Thursday, February 12

5:30 ? 6 a.m. ? Welcome reception for passengers and dignitaries
6 ? 6:20 am. ? Presentations and ribbon-cutting
7 a.m. ? Departure of inaugural flight to Mexico City

Where:

AeroMexico departure gate A7 at San Francisco International Airport

Who:

Presenters will include Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Operations, AeroMexico; Consul General Carlos Felix, Mexican Consulate; Kandace Bender, Deputy Airport Director, San Francisco International Airport; and Giancarlo Mulinelli, U.S. Western Region Director, AeroMexico.

Airline

Information:

Please email or call one of the media contacts below. Additional information about AeroMexico is available at www.aeromexico.com.


Security:

Members of the media who are attending the event will need to bring their media identification with photo IDs to access areas at the airport that require security clearance. Media representatives will need to meet by the aviation museum where they will be escorted to the departure gate for the inaugural flight events.


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Aviaport. Ru / news / AeroMexico expands internal aviatransportations
Source: Olga Gridchina // Aviaport. Ru
It is published: 09.02.2009, 09:21

Moscow. On February, 9th. - Airline AeroMexico has declared aviaport opening nine new internal routes which will start to operate during from March till July of this year, Mexican newspaper El Universal informs.

Flights will be carried out from Mexico City in following items: Tampico, Dignity ???? Potosi, ?????? Victoria, ????? Laredo, ??????? ?????????, ????????, ?????? Cardenas, ????? and Colima. Thus, the quantity of internal routes AeroMexico will increase in 2009 with 37 up to 48.

Since March three flights daily on routes to Tampico and Dignity ???? Potosi, and since April two flights daily on routes in ?????? Victoria and ????? Laredo will be carried out

Routes will be served by planes EJR-145 calculated on 50 passengers. Purchase of seven more planes of this type in the near future is supposed.

AeroMexico operates and on the international routes. Planes of the company fly to 15 cities USA, six in Central and South America, four to the Europe and two Asia. In 2009 is supposed to lay new routes in Northern America.
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^ Well my dignity is usually internal that's for sure.

Getting back to your question, I had this article translated from Russian to English and you know how it's never 100% accurate.
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I am happy to announce that AeroMexico will be launching a second Canadian market this year. First Toronto and now Montreal right after which will give travelers move competitave airfares and most importantly a third option to fly Mexico City-Montreal.source: www.aeromexico.com
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787-8 may fail to meet initial specs: Conesa



DATE:27/02/09

SOURCE:Air Transport Intelligence


By Brendan Sobie


AeroMexico fears the Boeing 787-8, which it now expects to begin receiving in 2012, may fail to meet original performance specifications including the ability to operate non-stop flights from Mexico City to Asia.
CEO Andres Conesa says AeroMexico decided to acquire five 787-8s in 2005 assuming the aircraft could operate its Shanghai, Tokyo and Rome services non-stop. But he says the carrier is now unsure if Boeing will be able to meet the specs outlined in its 787 contract.
"The expectation was that plane could go all the way to Greece," Conesa told ATI in an interview yesterday at AeroMexico's Mexico City headquarters. "It has changed. Today we don't know the final conditions." The distance between Mexico City and Athens is roughly 7,000 nautical miles.
A Boeing spokeswoman declined to directly address Conesa's comments, explaining the airframer has "ongoing conversations with each of its customers on their requirements and as a matter of company policy we do not comment on those discussions".
AeroMexico now routes its Boeing 777 Shanghai and Tokyo services via Tijuana while its Boeing 767 Rome service stops in Monterrey. Conesa says the 777 can operate Mexico City-Rome but is too large for the route, while no aircraft currently in production can operate from the high altitude of Mexico City to Asia non-stop.
"Ideally we would fly it non-stop but there is no plane in the market," he says. "Depending on the final version of the 787 maybe we can provide the service non-stop."
Conesa says AeroMexico will also have to wait two more years for the 787-8 than initially scheduled.
"Originally we were scheduled to receive the first one in 2010 and we were going to complete the transition [from 767s to 787s] in 2012," he says. "With the new calendar we'll probably complete the transition by 2014."
But Conesa adds AeroMexico potentially could move up in the queue if other 787 customers elect to defer their deliveries. "Carriers are probably revaluating things," he says.
Even if the 787 is not able to operate from Mexico City to Asia and all of Europe non-stop, Conesa says AeroMexico remains committed to the aircraft. "We are long-term partners and have a very good relationship with Boeing. I'm sure they will be able to do their best," he says.
"The 787 will be a very good plane for sure. It's a shame it has been delayed. But I think it will be worth the wait."
AeroMexico's long-haul fleet now consists of four 777s and six 767s. Three of the carrier's 787-8s are being supplied by ILFC while the other two are being acquired directly from Boeing.
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AEROMEXICO TO START SERVICE TO SECOND CANADIAN MARKET APRIL 9 WITH TWICE WEEKLY, NON-STOP MONTREAL-MEXICO CITY FLIGHTS


Feb 26, 09 | 10:49 am


AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, will add service to the airline’s second Canadian market on April 9 with twice weekly, non-stop flights between Montreal, Quebec, and Mexico City. This new route is being introduced as part of the airline’s strategic expansion of its North American operations. Montreal-Mexico City flights will begin less than 40 days after AeroMexico launched its first Canadian service in Toronto on March 3 with daily, non-stop flights to Mexico City.

Flights will depart Montreal on Thursday and Sunday at 8:15 a.m. EST and arrive in Mexico City at 12:50 p.m. CST. Mexico City departures will be scheduled at 12:40 a.m. CST with arrivals in Montreal at 7:00 a.m. on Thursday and Sunday.

Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Division, AeroMexico, said, “These flights between Montreal and Mexico City reflect AeroMexico’s commitment to service a growing number of major Canadian markets as we strategically expand the airline’s North American network.

“Excellent opportunities exist to meet the international travel needs of leisure and business travelers alike in Montreal and Mexico City,” he added. “We expect passenger traffic will build to desired levels year round with seasonal volume peaking in the winter months on southbound flights and northbound traffic increasing in the summer months.”

Travelers on this route will benefit from AeroMexico’s winning combination of competitive fares and a distinctive, premier style of service that reflects the airline’s dynamic Mexican heritage. Through AeroMexico Vacations, travelers can book their entire vacation with attractively priced travel packages that include airfare, accommodations at major resort hotels, and rental car and entertainment options to meet a wide range of travel preferences.

The airline has been recognized with major industry awards, including “Best Airline in Mexico” in 2008 by readers of both Global Traveler and Business Traveler, two of the world’s leading travel magazines. On every flight on spacious Boeing 737-700 jets, which comfortably seat 124, passengers will receive complimentary beverages, cocktails and meals at meal times along with attentive, personalized service.

AeroMexico and its subsidiary, AeroMexico Connect, currently operate more than 600 daily flights through the airline’s new Terminal 2 at its Mexico City International Airport hub to 40 destinations in Mexico, 16 U.S. locations in 11 states as well as major cities that include Tokyo, Paris and Buenos Aires in 12 other countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia. U.S. cities served are Los Angeles, Ontario (Ca.), San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle-Tacoma, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Denver, San Antonio, Houston, Atlanta, Chicago, New York City, Orlando and Miami. Service will be added to Toronto, Canada, on March 3, and Montreal on April 9. AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages throughout this network. The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through its SkyTeam global airline alliance with 11 full member carriers and three associate carriers. AeroMexico has been recognized for its award-winning style of personalized in-flight service, 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.

Additional information is available at www.aeromexico.com or 1-800-237-6639.

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AeroMexico to Launch Atlanta Flights to Cancun

AeroMexico is branching out on its own to provide Cancun flights from Atlanta. AeroMexico’s move doesn’t mean Delta is abandoning ATL – CUN. It will continue to ply the route from its Atlanta megahub. Both AeroMexico and Delta are members of the SkyTeam alliance.

Right now, Delta Air Lines uses Delta planes for AeroMexico flights on the Atlanta (ATL) – Cancun (CUN) route. Beginning March 12, AeroMexico plans to fly some of its own aircraft from Atlanta to Cancun, offering travelers another option for vacationing in the popular Mexican beach resort and adding lift to the in-demand destination.


AeroMexico will use new, long-range 737-700 twinjets on the three-times-a-week run. Flights depart Atlanta Mondays, Thursdays, and Sundays. Onboard those 737s, passengers get free beverages - as well as cocktails and meals when it’s time to eat.

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They negotiate pay raise in Aeroméxico-Travel and they conspire strike

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Mexico, 1 Sea (Notimex).- The Union Association of Sobrecargos of Aviation (ASSA) arrived at an agreement with AeroMéxico-Travel, and accepted a direct pay raise to the tab of 4,5 percent, with what conspired the strike that would explode in the first minute on Monday 2.

The general secretary of ASSA, Lizette Carnation Sánchez, reported in interview that this agreement benefits 52 workers of the airline.

It mentioned that during the negotiations with the management part an increase in the traveling of 5,97 percent was obtained also, besides the payment of 66 pesos by each landing for the member of the Commission of Executives of I Undertake and that will benefit 17 workers.

This concept will go adjusting according to the pay raises of the next years, therefore at present they win seven thousand 500 pesos monthly and now they will obtain seven thousand 837 pesos, detailed.

Likewise, it added that two administrative clauses were revised and now the sobrecargos will be able to fly like the passengers with uniform in the airline, of course whenever there be available spaces.

The union leader commented that another point that was revised in the talks with the business was the concept of equilibrium in the incomes among the hard-working base, that is to say, that have more or except the same flying time and that they obtain similar incomes.

It recalled that AeroMéxico-Travel is a line that barely has eight months to be in operations and is the first salary review for these 52 workers, by which can be told that are founders of the union fight in this airline.

"Before complying their first year of works, the workers have achieved an important pay raise", concluded.
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