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Old December 15th, 2009, 03:56 AM   #421
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Business Traveler Magazine Names AeroMexico “Best Airline in Mexico” for 4th Consecutive Year



Posted on 12/14/09 at 7:01pm
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For the fourth consecutive year, AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, has been selected as the "Best Airline in Mexico" for 2009 by the readers of Business Traveler magazine.
"AeroMexico is proud to accept the 'Best Airline in Mexico' award for the fourth consecutive year, affirming our commitment to unparalleled customer service,” said Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Division, AeroMexico. “We strive to be ‘a tus ordnenes’ (at your service) from the moment our guests book their flights all the way through baggage claim. It’s incredibly gratifying that Business Traveler’s discerning readers have given us their vote of confidence once again.”
AeroMexico has earned top honors in the “Best Airline in Mexico” category every year since the award began in 2006.
"As a premier airline, AeroMexico stands out because it excels at meeting the particular needs of business travelers to and from Mexico, and provides the highest levels of service, comfort and convenience," said Eva Leonard, editor in chief at Business Traveler magazine. “We are thrilled to honor AeroMexico with this award for the fourth consecutive year, a true testament to their position as a market leader.”
Through this and other honors, AeroMexico has been recognized for its distinctive style of attentive, personalized in-flight service, which includes complimentary beverages, cocktails and complete meals. The airline has further 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.
This year marks the 21st annual "Best in Business Travel" awards at Business Traveler, a magazine that reaches 500,000 frequent domestic and international travelers. 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.
To learn more about the “Best in Business Travel” awards, visit www.btusonline.com, or for more information about AeroMexico, visit www.aeromexico.com.

About AeroMexico
AeroMexico and its subsidiary, AeroMexico Connect, operate more than 600 daily flights through the airline’s new Terminal 2 at its Mexico City International Airport hub to more than 40 destinations in Mexico, 17 U.S. cities in 12 states, two cities in two Canadian markets, and 10 other destinations that include Tokyo, Paris or Buenos Aires in nine other countries worldwide. U.S. cities served are Los Angeles, Ontario (Ca.), San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle-Tacoma, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Denver, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, Chicago, New York City, Orlando and Miami. AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages throughout the airline’s service network. The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through its SkyTeam global airline alliance with 14 other 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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Apparently, well, not that apparent, rather actually, AM is now stripping the NRT/PVG-TIJ route from its in-bound section... This means 777 will no longer stop 4x week at TIJ (NRT/PVG-TIJ-MEX), with 2 freq. to each dest. as it used, but now it keeps only one NRT-TIJ-MEX per week...

Out-bounds (MEX-TIJ-NRT/PVG) seem to remain the same...
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Apparently, well, not that apparent, rather actually, AM is now stripping the NRT/PVG-TIJ route from its in-bound section... This means 777 will no longer stop 4x week at TIJ (NRT/PVG-TIJ-MEX), with 2 freq. to each dest. as it used, but now it keeps only one NRT-TIJ-MEX per week...

Out-bounds (MEX-TIJ-NRT/PVG) seem to remain the same...
^ Yeah I've read something about slashing the Tijuana leg from Narita. Which actually makes a whole lot of sense since this stop adding more time on this long haul route. I also read Customs/Immigration/Airport in Tijuana is a wreck anyhow. So for those flying to Mexico City can actually enjoy a direct non-stop. Makes you even wonder why the Rome route did so horrible with the stop @ Monterrey...
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^ Yeah I've read something about slashing the Tijuana leg from Narita. Which actually makes a whole lot of sense since this stop adding more time on this long haul route. I also read Customs/Immigration/Airport in Tijuana is a wreck anyhow. So for those flying to Mexico City can actually enjoy a direct non-stop. Makes you even wonder why the Rome route did so horrible with the stop @ Monterrey...
Yeah, hard to admit, but Customs in MX is still a huge burden...
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Yeah, hard to admit, but Customs in MX is still a huge burden...
^ Now the question is, the flight still needs to make a technical stop to Tokyo from Mexico so would it pick up travelers on this leg??? I understand the leg from Tokyo to Mexico City is non-stop so those going to Tijuana would need to catch another flight???
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^ Now the question is, the flight still needs to make a technical stop to Tokyo from Mexico so would it pick up travelers on this leg??? I understand the leg from Tokyo to Mexico City is non-stop so those going to Tijuana would need to catch another flight???
They'd need a NRT-MEX-TIJ...
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AeroMexico may join Mexicana in launching Dulles service




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AeroMexico is considering launching service to Washington Dulles, which last month became the newest US gateway for rival Mexicana.
AeroMexico earlier this week submitted an application with the US Department of Transportation for permission to launch a daily Boeing 737-700 service from Mexico City to Washington Dulles. In the application the carrier stated it already has approval from Mexican authorities to operate the route, and last month it received designation under the US-Mexico bilateral to serve Dulles from Mexico City.
Mexico City-Washington is currently only served on a nonstop basis by United Airlines, which according to Innovata operates one daily flight on the route using Airbus A319s. In December, Mexicana launched daily service on the Mexico City-Cancun-Washington Dulles route using A319s.
AeroMexico and Mexicana are arch rivals and in recent years the two have started offering competing services to several North American destinations. Historically the carriers have had complementary rather than overlapping international route networks.
An AeroMexico spokesman confirms the SkyTeam carrier has applied for the Mexico City-Washington Dulles route, but he says there is no consideration yet of a start date.
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AeroMexico Offers Luxury Ground Transport for JFK to Mexico City fliers





January 9, 2010 - New York, New York - The Mexico Tourism Board’s New York Office and AeroMexico, Mexico’s largest transcontinental airline, is now offering ground transportation service between John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and downtown Manhattan, effective immediately. This Shuttle Express service provides a comfortable, fast and safe way to get to and from the airport, and is available exclusively for AeroMexico’s passengers. Convenient schedules are timed to support the arrival and departure of the airline’s three daily round-trip, non-stop flights between New York City and Mexico City.

Passengers can take advantage of this new ground transportation service for unmatched fares of $20 one-way and $30 round-trip. A 25 percent discount on the regular fares applies for Gran Plan (AeroMexico Vacations packages) passengers and groups of four or more people.

Shuttle riders travel in style on modern, luxurious, 50-passenger buses, which are equipped with airplane-like seating, collapsible tables, on-board restrooms, Wi-Fi connections, six, 17” tv/video screens, individual heating/air conditioning, and a bottle of Poland Springs water for every passenger. Each bus is easily identifiable with colorful AeroMexico images wrapped around the exterior.

The shuttle routes include bus stops at the following strategically chosen Big Apple locations: Hotel Marriott Eastside, Hotel Marriott Marquis, Hotel Hilton New York & Towers, Hotel Warwick and Grand Central Terminal (this stop only available one-way for passengers arriving from JFK). At JFK, the shuttle pick up/drop-off point is located just steps away from the airline’s check-in counter. Passengers can simply pay their fare when they board the bus at one of its regularly scheduled stops.

Because New York City is one of AeroMexico’s largest markets, the “Eagle Knight” airline wants to make the entire travel experience as enjoyable as possible for the thousands of passengers who travel to and from the city for business or leisure every year. As the only airline to offer this service at JFK, AeroMexico is ensuring that its passengers, on top of being safe and comfortable, are at ease knowing that well-trained personnel are waiting on the ground to greet and whisk them to and from the airport.

New York City, like all major metropolitan areas, has considerable ground traffic so the journey from JFK to Manhattan can, in the best case scenario, involve one hour of travel. The complimentary Internet connections and entertainment system on board each Shuttle Express bus allow passengers to make their ground journeys as productive and enjoyable as possible. Passengers headed to Manhattan or on their way from the city to JFK can count on AeroMexico for the best possible trip on the ground and in the air.

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Is there any chance Aero Mexico might launch flights to SGN & maybe code-share with fellow SkyTeam member Vietnam Airlines?
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Is there any chance Aero Mexico might launch flights to SGN & maybe code-share with fellow SkyTeam member Vietnam Airlines?

In the immediate future not likely to have direct flights to "Ho Chi Minh City Airport" since AM is expanding in it's wings in Aisa. They service Narita & SHanghai and word is they might start South Korea also another ST hub. I believe ones Vietnam Airlines becomes a full member, not sure where excatly it is in the process. AM can code-share with Vietnam Airlines from either Narita/Shanghai airports and vice-versa.

Let me ask you this, what about Vietnam commencing a flight to Mexico City (SkyTeam Hub) with code-share fligths to the rest of Latin America or Cancun? What are Vietnam's future expansion routes??

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China lifting ban on flights from Mexico


By Sandra Dibble, UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at 12:01 a.m.


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Gao Shoujian, the Chinese consul in Tijuana, listened Monday as Baja California's deputy tourism secretary, Ives Lelevier, discussed the planned resumption next March of the Tijuana-Shanghai AeroMexico flight.


Direct commercial flights between Mexico and China will be reinstated in March, nearly 11 months after they were suspended by the Chinese government because of fears that passengers flying in from Mexico could carry the H1N1 virus.
Operated by the Mexican airline AeroMexico, the flight originates in Mexico City and stops in Tijuana before the 15-hour stretch to Shanghai. Service is scheduled to resume March 26.
“This flight will be a very important bridge,” Gao Shoujian, the Chinese consul in Tijuana, said yesterday during a news conference at A.L. Rodriguez International Airport. “We are prepared to offer complete collaboration.”
Although China’s ban was lifted within weeks, AeroMexico’s timing responds to renewed demand for the service, said Mario Rosas Martínez, head of international sales for AeroMexico. Within three months of the flight’s relaunching, AeroMexico expects to have enough passengers to keep the 277-seat Boeing 777 filled to 75 percent of capacity, he said.
In Baja California, the resumption of service is fueling hopes of closer ties with China and increased investment in the state, which has suffered from the effects of global recession and a drop in U.S. visitors. Last year, Baja California sent delegations to promote its products in Hong Kong and China, and for the past two years has maintained an office in Shanghai.
Launched in April 2008, the Tijuana-Shanghai flight was one of two direct flights to Asia from Tijuana, a final refueling stop before crossing the Pacific. In 2006, the company began direct service from Tijuana to Tokyo’s Narita International Airport; the thrice-weekly flight continues to operate.
The Mexico City-Tijuana-Shanghai flight marked the only direct connection between Latin America and China. For passengers from Mexico and other Latin American countries who did not hold U.S. visas — and thus could not cross to the United States to board flights to China — the connection saved them lengthy detours through other countries.
In May, Chinese authorities ordered the cancellation of Mexico flights and quarantined passengers from Mexico, fearful that they would spread the H1N1 virus. The action by China and other countries prompted protests from President Felipe Calderón’s administration, which said the measures were unjustified.
In Tijuana yesterday, the tone was amicable when Shoujian joined Baja California authorities and AeroMexico representatives in promoting the flight.
With an estimated 40 million Chinese traveling abroad each year, “our hope for now is to have just a little piece of the pie, and making it grow as time goes by,” said Ives Lelevier, Baja California’s deputy tourism secretary.
Shoujian said China is studying “some projects to bring more people, to promote greater knowledge, not just of Baja California, but all of Mexico.”
Sandra Dibble: (619) 293-1716; [email protected]
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AeroMexico to Offer Its Passengers Greater Comfort with Boeing 787


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HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AeroMexico, Mexico’s largest transcontinental airline, announced that it has ordered a total of five Boeing 787 planes to be used on long distance flights, giving passengers an unparalleled flight experience. This comes following the first successful test flight of the Boeing 787 jetliner, held last month in Seattle, Washington.
With its state-of-the-art technology, the Boeing 787 will use 20 percent less fuel while offering 45 percent more baggage storage capacity. Passengers will also benefit from a number of innovative interior services including purer air, larger windows, greater carry-on storage space, as well as the excellent onboard service for which AeroMexico is known.
Boeing is scheduled to conduct a total of six test flights for the 787’s test program in the months to come.
AeroMexico expects to receive its first Boeing 787 within the next two years, continuing its reputation of having one of the most modern and updated fleets of aircraft in the world.
About AeroMexico
AeroMexico and its subsidiary, AeroMexico Connect, operate more than 600 daily flights through the airline’s hub in the new Terminal 2 at Mexico City’s International Airport to more than 40 destinations in Mexico, 16 U.S. cities in 11 states, two cities in Canada, and 10 other destinations including Tokyo, Paris and Buenos Aires in nine other countries worldwide. AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages throughout the airline’s service network. The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through its SkyTeam global airline alliance with 10 other 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.

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AeroMexico-Mexicana Merger?



Mexico could be left with a single airline brand, but that would require approval based on its impact on competition

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January 14, 2010
The federal government has proposed the merger of the nation's two signature airlines: AeroMexico and Mexicana, which are owned by two different private groups. However, the Federal Competition Commission said that before approving such a transaction it should be reviewed, point by point, in order to prevent a concentration in one single market player, which could lead to a spike in travel tickets. According to information from the Communications and Transportation Department, this past Nov., national airlines conducted 34,392 transactions, of which 71% corresponded to AeroMexico and Mexicana or their affiliates, revealing the possibly heavy impact of a business merger.
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In the immediate future not likely to have direct flights to "Ho Chi Minh City Airport" since AM is expanding in it's wings in Aisa. They service Narita & SHanghai and word is they might start South Korea also another ST hub. I believe ones Vietnam Airlines becomes a full member, not sure where excatly it is in the process. AM can code-share with Vietnam Airlines from either Narita/Shanghai airports and vice-versa.

Let me ask you this, what about Vietnam commencing a flight to Mexico City (SkyTeam Hub) with code-share fligths to the rest of Latin America or Cancun? What are Vietnam's future expansion routes??

BTW, I love Vietnams Livery...
Vietnam Airlines is expanding aggrssively, they want to launch direct flights to Sth America to further boost trade between Vietnam & Sth America which is growing, I bet when the 787's arrive they might introduce a direct link, but my first guess for their Sth American flights would be in Venezuela or Chile, but who knows, with Aero Mexico in SkyTeam they might launch flights there!

But First they need to fly to Nth America first! & receive their planes!
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Vietnam Airlines is expanding aggrssively, they want to launch direct flights to Sth America to further boost trade between Vietnam & Sth America which is growing, I bet when the 787's arrive they might introduce a direct link, but my first guess for their Sth American flights would be in Venezuela or Chile, but who knows, with Aero Mexico in SkyTeam they might launch flights there!

But First they need to fly to Nth America first! & receive their planes!
^ Very interesting indeed...I was unaware of the trade between Vietnam & South America. Hopefully this helps Vietnam Airlines enter this market in a near future. It would be great to catch those blue liveries here on this side of the continent. But as far as North America, There's 3 countries in that continent. Are you referring to United States, Canada or Mexico???

One last question, Vietnam Airlines has enter membership w/ SkyTeam???
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