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March 02, 2009 11:16 AM Eastern Time

[B]AeroMexico to Hold Inaugural Flight Events at Toronto Pearson International Airport on Tuesday, March 3 [/B]

--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AeroMexico:

What:

AeroMexico’s inaugural flight between Toronto and Mexico City, and launch events at airport with brief presentations and ribbon-cutting that celebrate airline’s first service to Canadian market. Presenters will outline the importance of AeroMexico’s new flights in expanding international business, travel and tourism opportunities between two of North America’s largest metropolitan areas. The airline’s strategic growth plans for Canada, its award-winning service and the airport’s expanded international service will also be covered.

When:

7:30 – 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, March 3
7:30 – 8:00 a.m. – Welcome reception for passengers and dignitaries 8:00 – 8:20 am. – Presentations and ribbon-cutting 9:00 a.m. – Departure of inaugural flight to Mexico City

Where:

AeroMexico departure gate C30 in Terminal 3 at Toronto Pearson International Airport (attendees meet at check-in counter 409 for escort to the event)

Who:

Presenters will include Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Operations, AeroMexico; Consul General Carlos Pujalte, Mexican Consulate; Lloyd McCoomb, President & CEO, Greater Toronto Airports Authority; and Ruberman Aldana, Central U.S. & Canada Region Director, AeroMexico.
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Information:

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

Members of the media who are attending the event will need to go to the AeroMexico ticket counter #409 and will be escorted through security to the departure gate. Media representatives will need to bring their media identification with photo IDs to access areas at the airport that require security clearance.


Contacts


for AeroMexico
Nancy Del Regno, 214-206-5629 (c), 214-932-6102 (o)
[email protected]
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Hank Tatum, 214-932-6078 (o), 214-289-6899 (c)
[email protected]





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Compromises Aeroméxico new flight Monterrey - Morelia

10:54:00 02-03-2009 Editing / Quadratín


MORELIA, Mich., March 2, 2009.- Considered as the largest airline of the country, AeroMéxico ratified its confidence and endorsement to the tourist sector Michoacano by means of the opening of a new flight Monterrey – Morelia – Monterrey, five times for week, the days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday.

The Local Manager in Morelia, Carmen Hope, confirmed to the Office of the secretary of Tourism of the State that the service will initiate to leave from the next one 9 of March and that the action seeks to support the commercial exchange between Monterrey and Morelia, since the travelers of business constitute its main segment of market. The flights will be operated with modern, comfortable and silent airplanes of new generation Embraer ERJ145 for 50 passengers and they add to the three direct weekly flights of Morelia to Tijuana and Morelia-Chicago and to the route Morelia - Mexico City. Carmen Hope emphasized that the passengers that travel toward or from Morelia and they have the need to connect to other cities, they will be able it to do thanks to the connection that there are toward Mexico City by means of 17 flights to the week.

The capital of the country constitutes the center of operations of AeroMéxico that connects to United States, Europe, Asia, Central and South America and to all the Mexican Republic. Group AeroMéxico is comprising four subsidiaries:
Aeroméxico, Aeroméxico Connect, Aeroméxico Travel, Business charters and EMA, dedicated to the Air Maintenance. Counts on a fleet of more than 100 airplanes Boeing 777, 767, 737, MD80, as well as Embraer 145 and 190 of the latest generation. Group AeroMéxico has its main center of operations in the new Terminal 2 of the International Airport of Mexico City. It operates around 600 daily flights and transports at more than 11 million passengers to the year. Flies to more 40 cities in the Mexican Republic, to 18 destinies in the United States and Canada, six in Center and South America, as well as to four in Europe and two in Asia. It is member founder of the global alliance SkyTeam that groups to 11 airlines; Aeroflot, Air France, Alitalia, Chinese Southern, Continental, CSA Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, KLM, Korean Air and Northwest, as well as to three associated airlines; Air Europe, Cup Airlines and Kenya Airways. Alliance that offers to its passing benefits of accumulation and redemption of miles, global flights and of connection with a single documentation in all the journey. Besides, a world network with nine centers of distribution in 841 destinies, with 16 thousand 400 daily operations and 400 parlors for frequent travelers. This infrastructure serves at more than 400 million annual travelers everywhere, with multiple options at the outset and connections.
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Aeromexico to continue with Shanghai route

Mar 03, 09 | 11:31 pm

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In-transit passengers en route from South America to China can now obtain required Mexico transit visas electronically. This has led AeroMexico to cancel plans to cancel its flights to Shanghai. Travelers from South America were an important segment of the AeroMexico market, since they were able to make the trip without obtaining U.S. visas required to change planes in Los Angeles or San Francisco. However, shortly after AeroMexico inaugurated its China route, Mexico imposed its own visa rules for in-transit passengers.

Mexico demands that visitors from most countries to hold a visa. The United States and Canada are among the exceptions. Asians and South American travelers at times linger in Mexico too long, some hoping to illegally cross the border with the United States. For this reason, visas are obligatory, but obtaining them can be an expensive and time-consuming chore.
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Aeromexico and OMA Sign Agreement to Move the Group's Airline Operations to the New Monterrey Airport Terminal B

Source: Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte S.A.B. de C.V.

The New Terminal B is Scheduled to Start Operations in September 2009 Aeromexico Will Bring its World Class Service to Monterrey MEXICO CITY, March 4, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --

Andres Conesa, CEO of Grupo AeroMexico, and Ruben Lopez, CEO of Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte, known as OMA (Nasdaq:OMAB) (BMV:OMA), signed an agreement to move AeroMexico's operations to the new Terminal B of the Monterrey International Airport.
Terminal B is scheduled to start of operations by the end of September 2009. AeroMexico and the other airlines of the SkyTeam alliance expect to start operating their domestic and international flights from this terminal at that time.
The new terminal's modern, comfortable installations and state of the art infrastructure will greatly improve the passenger travel experience and help reinforce AeroMexico's positioning in Monterrey.
All the installations of the terminal building will enable AeroMexico to operate more efficiently and more securely, while providing superior service and greater value added to the passenger. Among the amenities that AeroMexico will provide is a new Salon Premier with a full range of services for its Premier passengers. Notably, the Salon will include a "Wine Room," a unique world class service, where passengers will be able to enjoy the best wines from around the world while waiting for their flights.
Terminal B will have 23 check-in counters, 14 boarding gates and six jetways, three baggage claim belts, passenger information systems, automated access control systems, and closed circuit TV. In addition, AeroMexico and SkyTeam passengers will enjoy automated ticketing and flight check-in stations that will enable them to bypass the traditional check-in counters.
The new terminal building has a capacity of up to two million passengers per year, with complete flow separation of arriving and departing passengers. The mix of materials, colors, and open interior spaces in terminal and its modern commercial areas will facilitate the transit of passengers in an atmosphere of spaciousness and efficiency. The terminal is an intelligent building, designed for the efficient use of energy. It meets all national and international standards for safety and security, operations, and environmental sustainability.
About Grupo AeroMexico

Grupo AeroMexico has four subsidiaries: AeroMexico, Latin America's global airline; AeroMexico Connect, the charter carrier AeroMexico Travel, and EMA, which provides Aircraft maintenance services. The Group has a fleet of more than 100 planes, including Boeing 777, 767, 737, and MD80 aircraft, as well as the most recent Embraer 145 and 190 regional jets.
Grupo AeroMexico has its principal base of operations in the new Terminal 2 at the Mexico City International Airport. It operates 600 daily flights and transports more than 11 million passengers per year. It flies to more than 40 destinations in Mexico, 18 in the U.S. and Canada, six in Central and South America, as well as four in Europe and two in Asia.
The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through the SkyTeam global airline alliance with 11 full member carriers-Aeroflot, Air France, Alitalia, China Southern, Continental, CSA Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, KLM, Korean Air and Northwest-and three associate carriers-Air Europa, Copa Airlines and Kenya Airways. The Alliance provides its passengers the benefits of earning and redeeming miles, and global flights and connections that need just one ticket for the whole trip. It is also a global network with nine hubs in 841 destinations, with 16,400 operations per day and 400 lounges for frequent travelers. This infrastructure serves more than 400 million passengers per year around the world, with multiple options for flights and connections.
About OMA
Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte, S.A.B. de C.V., known as OMA, operates 13 international airports in nine states of central and northern Mexico. OMA's airports serve Monterrey, Mexico's third largest metropolitan area, the tourist destinations of Acapulco, Mazatlan, and Zihuatanejo, and nine other regional centers and border cities. OMA employs over 950 persons in order to offer passengers and clients, airport and commercial services in facilities that comply with all applicable international safety, security standards, and ISO 9001:2000. OMA's strategic shareholder members are ICA, Mexico's largest engineering, procurement, and construction company, and Aeroports de Paris Management, subsidiary of Aeroports de Paris, the second largest European airports operator. OMA is listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange (OMA) and on the NASDAQ Global Select Market (OMAB). Please visit our website, www.oma.aero.
This press release may contain forward-looking information and statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts. These statements are only predictions based on our current expectations and projections about future events. Forward-looking statements may be identified by the words "believe," "expect," "anticipate," "target," or similar expressions. While Aeromexico's and OMA's managements believe that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, investors are cautioned that forward-looking information and statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties, many of which are difficult to predict and are generally beyond the control of either company, that could cause actual results and developments to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied or projected by, the forward-looking information and statements. Neither OMA nor AeroMexico undertake any obligation to publicly update their forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events, or otherwise.
CONTACT: OMA Victor Bravo Martin, CFO +52.81.8625.4300 ext.308 [email protected] Zemi Communications Daniel Wilson +1.212.689.9560 [email protected]
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My favorite airline on air...
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Here is a picture of a Retro AeroMexico Tail.
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AeroMéxico will have direct flights from Mexico City to Medellín

Business - Monday 9 of March (19:25 hrs)

This route will be inaugurated April 19 The trips will be offered three times for week

(El Financiero en linea) www.elfinanciero.com.mx

Bogota, 9 of March.- The airline AeroMéxico will inaugurate the next one 19 of April direct flights between Mexico City and Medellín, reported today the authorities of this Colombian city.
The Agency of Cooperation and Investment of Medellín (capital of the department of Antioquia) indicated that AeroMéxico communicated him that the flights, that three times will be offered per week.
It added that this will be the seventh international route to Medellín, arts center, commercial and industrial that has become one of the main attractions of the country for the tourism, given the progress of its infrastructure, the civic order and the recovery of the security.
The air operation will be from Mexico to medellín the Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, and of Medellín to Mexico the Monday, Wednesday and Friday in airplanes Boeing 737-700 with capacity for 124 passengers.
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Thanx, ive got a lot others from my recent trips to MEX... i got some great shots over reforma skyline... i'll place them later...
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Pix of AeroMexico B737-700...

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New Aeromexico route, Mexico-Huatulco.

AeroMéxico carries you in direct flight from Mexico City to Huatulco, Oaxaca.

Effective July 1, 2009 with two daily flights.

Mexico City - Huatulco

Flight:
AM 2572 (ERJ 145) 10:35 11:45 Daily
AM 2576 (ERJ 145) 15:40 16:50 Daily


Huatulco - Mexico City

Flight:
AM 2573 (ERJ 145) 12:15 13:25 Daily
AM 2577 (ERJ 145) 17:20 18:30 Daily

source:www.aeromexico.com


AM ERJ 145
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Aeroméxico announces growth of its fleet

Business - Wednesday 11 of March (14:35 hrs.)
www.elfinanciero.com.mx


It will receive seven Jets regional Embraer 145 with capacity of 50 passengers, in the next six months The airline will maintain its strategy of
expansion and investments, in 2009



Mexico, 11 of March.- Groupo AeroMéxico announced that along 2009 will maintain its strategy of expansion and investments, for it, during next six months its regional line AeroMéxico Connect will receive seven Jets regional Embraer 145 with capacity of 50 passengers.
According to a communication of the company, with the new airplanes plans to offer service to 12 new national routes and thus to cover 48 destinies in the country.
Besides, the group reported that with its new jets regional will include the largest fleet in the composed, Mexican Republic for 105 airships.
As soon as the international market between March and April new routes to Toronto will be initiated and Montreal in Canada, and to Medellín, Colombia.
On the other hand, the business indicated that the next one 15 of June it will withdraw MD-80, that are the oldest.

Group AeroMéxico operates around 600 daily flights and transports at more than 11 million passengers to the year. The company Flies to more 40 cities in the Mexican Republic, to 18 destinies in the United States and Canada, six in Central and South America, as well as four in Europe and two in Asia. (Diana Briseño/Finsat/MCH)
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Very impressive pix of AeroMexico flying over Mexico City (HUB)... Thanks for sharing!!!
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U.S. Bank, AeroMexico forge airline rewards partnership

By Seamus McAfee

U.S. Bank has partnered with Mexico City-based AeroMexico to offer a frequent flier program through the AeroMexico Visa and AeroMexico Visa Signature credit card.
According to a press release from U.S. Bank, customers can earn one AeroMexico Club Premier Mile for every $1 purchase made with the new card. Miles can be redeemed for travel to more than 40 Mexican locations, as well as other cities in the airline's flight network, such as Madrid, Paris, Rome and Tokyo.
Cardholders will also be automatically signed up for Club Premier, the airline's frequent flier program, which gives its members free upgrades and access to AeroMexico's Salon Premier airport lounges.
"The new AeroMexico Visa Card brings the airline's mileage rewards program to a new U.S.-based audience with significant growth opportunities in key markets," said Pat Coll, executive vice president of U.S. Bank Retail Payment Solutions.
New AeroMexico Visa cardholders can get on the fast track to award travel with up to 20,000 bonus miles (for AeroMexico Visa Signature cardholders) and a complimentary companion ticket upon enrollment as well as discounted Web airfare purchases and double miles on AeroMexico ticket purchases using the card.
U.S. Bank has several partnerships with other frequent flier programs. The bank also provides card services for more than 80 other airlines around the world through its subsidiary company Elavon.
Published: March 18, 2009

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AeroMexico jumps into medical tourism


New Mexico Business Weekly

Friday, March 27, 2009, 2:22pm MDT

AeroMexico, which recently launched flights from Albuquerque to Chihuahua City, has formed a partnership with the Medical Tourism Association to help patients traveling to Latin America for medical treatment.
The Medical Tourism Association projects demand among U.S. residents for medical treatment (including elective surgery) in other countries will quadruple from 1.5 million patients in 2008 to 6 million in 2010 as consumers, health insurers and employers seek medical care that is not available here or not as affordable.
By 2017, as many as 23 million Americans could be traveling internationally and spending $79.5 billion per year for medical care, according to “Deloitte Report, Medical Tourism: Consumers in Search of Value.”
Jonathan Edelheit, president of the Medical Tourism Association, said Latin America is poised to become one of the top destinations for medical tourism for U.S. residents.
The Association has designated AeroMexico as the preferred airline for patients of its medical providers in Latin America. These patients are seeking a variety of services, from medical and dental care to cosmetic surgery.
These customers and their travel companions will be eligible for special travel packages through the airline’s designated travel wholesalers, as well as the AeroMexico and Medical Tourism Association Web sites.
The Association cited AeroMexico’s service and its large number of non-stop flights from the U.S. to Mexico City, offering connecting service to other destinations in Latin America.
The Medical Tourism Association is a nonprofit made up of international hospitals, health care providers, medical travel facilitators, insurance companies and affiliated companies.
It is partnering with AeroMexico to support the Latin America Medical Tourism and Health Tourism Congress April 27 to 29 in Monterrey, Mexico.
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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)




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The future 787 w/ AeroMexico livery...


Aeromexico 767...
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