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Old June 26th, 2010, 08:47 PM   #501
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Are they bringing back MD-80's? The MD-80 is my favorite plane
80 is for Charter division of AeroMexico Travel only...
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Ahh...I see.

Here is a video of an AeroMexico 767 with a funky landing at Narita.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GoXu...os=GMwA98QjjBw

Similar thing happened to a Korean Air 777 at Narita:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoK_dbLDfA0

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Ahh...I see.

Here is a video of an AeroMexico 767 with a funky landing at Narita.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GoXu...os=GMwA98QjjBw

Similar thing happened to a Korean Air 777 at Narita:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoK_dbLDfA0

Definitely saw them and was amazed no major fuselage damage was actually caused...
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AeroMexico adds Miami-Monterrey service





by: Doreen Hemlock June 28th, 2010 | 10:00 AM



Courtesy of Gran Hotel Ancira in Monterrey, Mexico
Mexican airline AeroMexico is set to begin daily flights today between Miami and Monterrey, the industrial city in northern Mexico.

The airline will use 50-seat Embraer planes for the roughly three-hour trip. Flights depart Monterrey at 10:15 am, arrive Miami at 2:15 pm, depart Miami at 3:15pm and arrive in Monterrey at 5:15pm.

Aeromexico also has added extra flights on Miami-Mexico City routes for summer to meet increased demand.

For more information, visit aeromexico.com.


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Mexican airline (AeroMexico) opens Bogota route




THURSDAY, 01 JULY 2010 17:00

Mexican airline AeroMexico is beginning its operations in Colombia by launching a new route between Bogota and Mexico City, which will open up new inter-continental routes for Colombian travelers.

Mexico's largest airline will start daily flights between the two capitals on July 6, and with other destinations available from Mexico City such as Europe and Asia, Colombians will be able to avoid transiting in the U.S., which requires a visa.

The airline now has six South American destinations which include, Santiago de Chile, Lima, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, and Sao Paulo.

Flights will leave Bogota's newly named Luis Carlos Galan Sarmiento Airport at 1:00 AM, arriving in Mexico at 5:35 AM. The return leg takes off at 5:55 PM in Mexico City, and gets in to Bogota at 10:30 PM.


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THURSDAY, 01 JULY 2010 17:00

Mexican airline AeroMexico is beginning its operations in Colombia by launching a new route between Bogota and Mexico City, which will open up new inter-continental routes for Colombian travelers.

Mexico's largest airline will start daily flights between the two capitals on July 6, and with other destinations available from Mexico City such as Europe and Asia, Colombians will be able to avoid transiting in the U.S., which requires a visa.

The airline now has six South American destinations which include, Santiago de Chile, Lima, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, and Sao Paulo.

Flights will leave Bogota's newly named Luis Carlos Galan Sarmiento Airport at 1:00 AM, arriving in Mexico at 5:35 AM. The return leg takes off at 5:55 PM in Mexico City, and gets in to Bogota at 10:30 PM.


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Nice old pictures...like them all!!!
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FAA Downgrades Mexico Safety Rankings, AeroMexico Responds





Aug 03, 2010 By: Joe Pike TravelAgentCentral
Regarding the announcement by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which informed of Mexico's downgrade from a Category 1 to a Category 2 in their safety ranking, Grupo Aeroméxico issued a statement.

“Aeromexico and its affiliate company Aeroméxico Connect are routinely audited by the FAA in all of its outbound operations to the United States, as is its affiliate, Aeromexico Connect and the highest international standards of operational safety are always fulfilled,” according to the written statement. “Aeromexico is the first Mexican airline that has received its third consecutive IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) re-certification given by the International Air Transport Association, IATA.”

The statement notes that the “result of this audit exclusively refers to the Mexican aeronautics authority and does not reflect the level of safety that national airlines maintain.”

The statement concludes with Aeromexico urging to “cooperate with the aeronautics authority to reestablish the Category 1 rating and will work hard to mitigate the effects and inconveniences that this measure could cause its passengers in Mexico and the US. All domestic operations of Aeromexico as well as flights to Central and South America, Europe and Asia will remain unaffected.”

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Groupe Aeroplan and Grupo AeroMexico announce closing of strategic alliance and investment and launch of Premier Loyalty & Marketing, S.A.P.I. de C.V, owner and operator of the Club Premier loyalty program


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GAPFF | 9/21/2010

MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Sep. 21, 2010 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX News Network) --
Leveraging expertise to transform Club Premier, Latin America's pioneer frequent flyer program into a coalition loyalty program
Groupe Aeroplan Inc. (TSX: AER), a leading international loyalty management corporation headquartered in Canada and Grupo Aeromexico and Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V. (Aeromexico), the leading Mexican transcontinental airline, today announced the closing of the first tranche of Groupe Aeroplan's strategic investment in Aeromexico's frequent flyer program, Club Premier. Groupe Aeroplan and Aeromexico also officially launched the operations of Premier Loyalty & Marketing, S.A.P.I de C.V. (PLM), as a stand-alone entity, created on September 13(th), tasked with the ownership, operation and transformation of Club Premier into Mexico's first broad base coalition loyalty program.
"We are very proud to launch this new entity, as it reflects the power of the Aeromexico brand, our internal talent and our members' preferences. Our partner, Groupe Aeroplan has proven expertise and skill sets in transforming a frequent flyer program into a stand-alone broad based coalition loyalty program," said Andrés Conesa, Chief Executive Officer of Aeromexico. "Our common objective is to replicate with Groupe Aeroplan the successful transformation of Air Canada's program, Aeroplan, here in Mexico and build Club Premier into Latin America's best loyalty program."
Club Premier is the leading frequent flyer program in Mexico with approximately 2.5 million members and over 50 partners. As a member of the global airline alliance SkyTeam, Club Premier members have the opportunity to earn and redeem points on airlines such as Delta, the largest airline in the world, and Air France-KLM, the largest airline in Europe.
"We are very excited to work with Aeromexico and PLM's talented management teams on the evolution of Club Premier into the first Mexican coalition loyalty program," said Rupert Duchesne, President and CEO, Groupe Aeroplan. "This is our first investment in an international frequent flyer program. As a result, this transaction represents a strategic breakthrough for our company, marking the export of Aeroplan Canada's successful business model. We believe Mexico is an important and growing market and one of the target countries of our strategy. This investment not only assures us a presence in the significant Latin American market, but reaffirms our position as a global leader in loyalty management, and allows us to participate in the transformation of a frequent flyer program into a broad base coalition loyalty program. With Aeromexico, a first class airline, premium credit card and retail partners all already present under Club Premier's umbrella, there is a great opportunity to broaden this strong base and provide unparalleled value to the millions of Club Premier members," added Duchesne.
As initially announced on April 26, 2010, Groupe Aeroplan will complete the second tranche of its minority investment upon completion of certain performance milestones.
About Groupe Aeroplan Inc.
Groupe Aeroplan Inc., a global leader in loyalty management, owns Aeroplan, Canada's premier coalition loyalty program, Carlson Marketing, an international loyalty marketing services, engagement and events provider headquartered in the U.S., as well as Nectar, the United Kingdom's leading coalition loyalty program. In the Gulf Region, Groupe Aeroplan holds a 60 per cent interest in the Air Miles Middle East programs in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain. Groupe Aeroplan also operates LMG Insight & Communication, a customer-driven insight and data analytics business offering international services to retailers and their suppliers, and it has a majority 75 per cent ownership position in Nectar Italia, the first independent loyalty coalition program uniting leading retailers in Italy.For more information about Groupe Aeroplan, please visit www.groupeaeroplan.com.
About Grupo Aeromexico
Grupo Aeromexico consists of four subsidiaries: Aeromexico, the largest transcontinental airline of Mexico, Aeromexico Connect, Aeromexico Travel, its charter operation and EMA, which is dedicated to airline maintenance. With a new generation aircraft fleet consisting of Boeing 777, 767,737, MD80, as well as Embraer 145 and 190, Grupo Aeromexico has its operational hub in Terminal 2 of Mexico City's international airport and operates more than 500 daily flights to many destinations in Mexico, the United States, Central and South America, as well as Europe and Asia. www.aeromexico.comAeromexico is a founding member of the SkyTeam, a global airline alliance with 13 other carriers: Aeroflot, Air Europa, Air France, Alitalia, China Southern, CSA Czech Airlines, Delta Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Kenya Airways, Korean Air, Tarom Romanian Air Transport and Vietnam Airlines. SkyTeam offers its member airline passengers an extensive global network with more destinations, more frequencies and increased connections. Passengers may accumulate and redeem miles with the different loyalty programs of the member airlines and enjoy access to 415 VIP lounges around the world. SkyTeam offers its 393 million annual passengers, over 13,000 daily flights to 884 destinations and 169 countries. SkyTeam celebrates its 10(th) anniversary. www.skyteam.com
About Premier Loyalty & Marketing, S.A.P.I. de C.V.
Premier Loyalty & Marketing, S.A.P.I. de C.V. is a subsidiary of Grupo Aeromexico, it owns and operates Club Premier, the first frequent flyer program established in Latin America. The company's objective is to reward the preference and loyalty of the Club Premier members through the accrual and redemption of Premier Kilometers. Members earn Premier Kilometers for flying with Aeromexico, Aeromexico Connect, SkyTeam airlines, LAN or Copa Airlines and for using American Express co-branded cards or a variety of services from other loyalty partners. Members primarily use their Premier Kilometers to obtain flights on Aeromexico and other affiliated airlines.
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Certain statements in this news release may contain forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are included in this news release. These forward-looking statements are identified by the use of terms and phrases such as "anticipate", "believe", "could", "estimate", "expect", "intend", "may", "plan", "predict", "project", "will", "would", and similar terms and phrases, including references to assumptions. Such statements, by their nature, are based on assumptions and are subject to important risks and uncertainties. Any forecasts or forward-looking predictions or statements cannot be relied upon due to, amongst other things, changing external events and general uncertainties of the economy and the business of Groupe Aeroplan and its partners. Results indicated in forward-looking statements may differ materially from actual results for a number of reasons, including the factors identified throughout Groupe Aeroplan's public disclosure record on file with the Canadian securities regulatory authorities. The forward-looking statements contained in this discussion represent Groupe Aeroplan's expectations as of September 21, 2010, and are subject to change after such date. However, Groupe Aeroplan disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required under applicable securities regulations.

Source: http://www.stockhouse.com/News/USRel...aspx?n=7881816
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Mercator says “Bienvenido” to AeroMéxico

22.09.2010

Mercator, a Dubai-based global leader in business technology solutions for the airline and transportation industry, has spread its wings further across the globe this month, implementing its loyalty solutions CRIS (Customer Relationship Information System) and CASA (Customer Affairs and Service Audit) in Latin America with Aeroméxico.
Aeroméxico and its subsidiary, Aeroméxico Connect, together operate more than 500 daily flights. Mercator’s CRIS solution will be used worldwide to manage Club Premier, Aeromexico's award winning loyalty programme, as well as its Club Premier Corporativo and Salon Premier schemes. Introduced in 1992, Club Premier was the first Frequent Flyer Programme to be introduced in Latin America and it now has more than two million members.
Mercator’s CRIS product will optimise the airline’s loyalty services and enhance the overall customer experience. It will also reduce costs and improve communications with customers. In addition, the CASA solution will allow Aeroméxico to raise customer loyalty as the airline becomes more customer focussed and creates rewards to ensure their continued business with the airline. The migration of Aeroméxico’s loyalty system to Mercator's solution is part of its continuous improvement strategy to provide high quality products and services.
After the recent contract signing in Mexico City by Patrick Naef, Head of Mercator and Ricardo Sanchez Baker, CFO, Aeroméxico, Patrick said: “This partnership is very significant for us, as Aeroméxico is our launch customer for both our CRIS and CASA products in Latin America. We really want to help airlines differentiate themselves from the competition and respond to the needs of their own customers by empowering them with a complete view of the customer.”
Jeremy Rabe, Director of Club Premier, Aeroméxico said: “We are always looking for ways to provide a superior customer experience at every touch point. Having a state-of-the-art loyalty solution is one of many steps we are taking towards this goal. The implementation of CRIS will allow us to enhance our customer knowledge, implement more frequent promotions and increase our speed in handling customer requests.”
CRIS, created and developed by Mercator’s dedicated team in Dubai, has been designed to effectively manage customer relationship and frequent flier programmes in a single integrated system. The loyalty solution is versatile and flexible and can also be used for non-aviation businesses. Recently the solution was implemented at Etisalat, the U.A.E.’s largest telecommunications provider.

Source: http://www.transportweekly.com/pages...rticles/75860/
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Lufthansa Technik to Provide Component Services for AeroMexico


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September 27th, 2010

Aeromexico and Lufthansa Technik have signed a contract regarding component services for a total of 34 aircraft. In the coming ten years the Mexican airline will be provided with Lufthansa Technik´s comprehensive Total Component Support TCS® for its entire fleet of Next Generation Boeing 737-700s and -800s. The first services for Aeromexico have already begun.
Under the Total Component Support TCS® agreement Lufthansa Technik's experts will take care of all aspects of supplying Aeromexico with components for the airline's daily operations, from access to the pool of components, repair and overhaul of the units removed from the aircraft on to engineering and troubleshooting support.
"We are happy to work with Lufthansa Technik in order to improve our component support supply chain, reduce our cost of material ownership and receive a reliable service from a sound partner," said Miguel Uribe, Senior Vice President Supply Chain of Aeromexico.
Aeromexico. Grupo Aeromexico is comprised of four different affiliates: Aeromexico, Mexico's largest transcontinental airline, Aeromexico Connect, charter airline Aeromexico Travel, and EMA, the Group's airline maintenance company. Its fleet includes Boeing 777, 767, 737, and MD80 aircraft, and next generation Embraer 145 and 190 airplanes. The Group operates over 500 daily flights to different destinations in Mexico, the United States, Central and South America, Europe and Asia.
Lufthansa Technik: The Lufthansa Technik Group, with more than 30 subsidiaries and about 26,000 employees worldwide, is one of the leading manufacturer-independent providers of services for the aviation industry. In 2009, the Group's overall revenues stood at 4 billion euros. Lufthansa Technik is licensed internationally as a repair, production and development enterprise. The Group's portfolio encompasses the entire spectrum of services in the areas of maintenance, repair, overhaul, modification and conversion, engines and components.

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AEROMEXICO TO INCREASE BUENOS AIRES SERVICE FROM OCT 2010

Posted 10/09/2010

AeroMexico starting 10OCT10 is gradually increasing Mexico City - Buenos Aires service. 4th weekly service, departs Mexico City on Mondays (return on Tuesdays) is in effect from 10OCT10. 5th weekly service, departs Mexico City on Saturdays (return on Sundays), is in effect from 15NOV10.

Source: http://www.routesonline.com/news/29/...from-oct-2010/
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AEROMEXICO RELAUNCH SCHEDULED SERVICE TO CANADA FROM DEC 2010 WITH MONTREAL FLIGHT


Posted 25/10/2010

AeroMexico from 15DEC10 relaunches service to Canada, offering Daily scheduled Mexico City - Montreal service on board Boeing 737 aircraft. (Note the word "Scheduled" is used due to the Skyteam carrier already operates charter service to Canada for Canadian tour operators)

Schedule below:

AM680 MEX0105 - 0700YUL 737 D
AM681 YUL0815 - 1330MEX 737 D

Source http://www.routesonline.com/news/29/...ntreal-flight/
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AeroMexico cuts Premier Class fares

October 27, 2010
AeroMexico reduced Premier Class rates, by 45% on flights from Chicago to Mexico City and as much as 39% on Chicago-Guadalajara service, for example.

Also, Premier Class rates are as much as 53% lower on tickets to Mexico City from San Francisco and a 27% from Houston. In addition, Mexico City-Los Angeles Premier fares are down 14%, and Mexico City-Phoenix are down 31%.

Meanwhile, AeroMexico partnered with the NH hotel at Mexico City Airport/T2 (Terminal 2) to provide services for those flying Premier Class or Aeromexico Plus.

Those passengers may take advantage of a three-hour room stay, so they can rest, take a shower and refresh from a redeye flight. This offer is valid from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. for passengers on flights from Chicago, San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles.

Passengers flying economy class are offered the three-hour stay at a special rate of $85, tax included, by showing their boarding pass at the NH T2 Airport Hotel.

Source: http://www.travelweekly.com/article_ektid223516.aspx
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AeroMexico increases capacity on several US routes




By Brendan Sobie
DATE:27/10/10
SOURCE:Air Transport Intelligence news


AeroMexico has unveiled plans to increase frequencies on five US routes and resume services on two others.

The SkyTeam carrier announced today it will operate additional flights starting 6 December from Mexico City to Chicago O'Hare, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami and New York JFK. Each route will be operated with one additional daily flight except Las Vegas, which will receive four additional flights per week.
The carrier says it is also restarting daily service from Guadalajara to Ontario in California from 20 November. AeroMexico is also resuming seasonal service on the Mexico City-Denver route with three weekly flights from 15 December through April 2011.
The additional flights help fill the void left by Mexicana, which competed against AeroMexico on all these routes prior to suspending operations in August. AeroMexico first opened Denver as a new seasonal winter-only gateway in early 2009.
Mexican carriers are currently prohibited by the US FAA from launching new services to the US because Mexico falls under category 2 under the FAA's international aviation safety assessment (IASA) programme. But an FAA spokeswoman says Mexican carriers are allowed to adjust frequencies on routes they are already authorised to operate as long as their total US capacity does not increase.
She says the capacity cap is calculated as an annual figure and is determined based on the number of flights operated when Mexico was downgraded to category 2 at the end of July. AeroMexico will need to secure FAA approval to implement the schedule changes announced today but as long as the carrier still falls under the annual cap and sticks to existing routes - including routes which had been temporarily suspended - the changes will be approved.

Source: http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...us-routes.html
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AeroMexico partners with Discover the World Marketing to push APAC expansion




By Angelia Seetoh on Oct 27, 2010
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Mexican airline AeroMexico has recruited global travel and marketing representation company Discover the World Marketing to facilitate a greater push into Asia-Pacific


AeroMexico has partnered with US-headquartered firm Discover the World Marketing to broaden its sales and marketing efforts in Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia and Singapore.

Discover the World Marketing will be responsible for the airline’s sales efforts, including reservations and ticketing, as well as marketing communications efforts for the region.

AeroMexico’s marketing expansion is believed to drive awareness of its direct flights from Shanghai and Tokyo to destinations in Mexico. A spokesperson from Discover the World said that part of the messaging would be that Asia-Pacfic offers a more convenient gateway to Mexico, but marketing efforts would be developed together with the airline.

Discover the World Marketing operates a global network consisting of 84 offices in more than 60 countries, and represents various hotel and airline companies in countries they do not currently reach.

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AeroMexico resumes flights at Ontario Airport




10:00 PM PDT on Wednesday, October 27, 2010

By KIMBERLY PIERCEALL
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AeroMexico will resume international flights at Ontario International Airport starting in late November.

According to the airline's website, the first flight from Guadalajara, Mexico, should arrive Nov. 20 at 11:45 p.m. and depart from the Inland airport the next day at 1:15 a.m. Fares for the flights linking Ontario and Guadalajara range from $138 to $253 each way, according to the site.

The airline was the only carrier offering international service at the airport, one daily flight, before it left in early February, expecting to return in July.

An airport spokeswoman confirmed the airline's return and described it as "wonderful." The number of passengers using Ontario airport has plummeted 32.2 percent since 2007.

Maria Tesoro-Fermin, a spokeswoman for Los Angeles World Airports which owns and operates Ontario airport and LAX, said the airline's service has been described as "indefinite" and not seasonal.

Officials with AeroMexico could not be reached for comment.

Ontario airport has had just 5,908 international passengers in the first nine months of the year, an 89 percent drop compared to a year prior, according to statistics from Los Angeles World Airports, the city agency that owns and operates Ontario airport and Los Angeles International Airport.

Aeromexico had stopped flying at the airport in early February and an airline spokeswoman said then that the airline intended to resume seasonal flights in July and August. It didn't.

Overall, Ontario airport had 379,478 passengers in September, 1.6 percent fewer travelers than a year prior, according to statistics from LAWA.

Southwest Airlines had a total of 203,624 passengers arriving and departing from the airport in that month.

The Inland airport has had 1.2 percent fewer passengers in the first nine months of the year. A total of 3.61 million travelers have used the airport between January and September.

LAX had 4.1 percent more passengers in September, a total of 4.7 million compared to a 4.5 million a year prior. The Los Angeles airport has also had a total of 44.3 million passengers in the first nine months of the year, or 4.3 percent more passengers than the year prior.

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Aeromexico to start service to Sacramento with direct flights to Guadalajara begining July 16.

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