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Old November 8th, 2014, 12:37 AM   #621
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Aeromexico B737-800 (WL), "Corona Beer" (reg. EI-DRA)

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Old November 8th, 2014, 07:25 AM   #624
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Continuing down memory lane (with your previous photo)

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This thread has been merged with an older, more established AM | Aeromexico thread (which has been dead for months) so that discussions can be made more efficient and easier in the long-run.
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That's definitely a doable idea!
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Here is the information about the new Mexico City Airport (AeroMexico/SkyTeam Hub) in construction phase 1.

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Here's something new...

Aeromar ATR 42-500 (reg. XA-TRJ)

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AeroM้xico seeks closer partnership with Delta

AeroM้xico*(AM,*M้xico City) will pursue closer ties withDelta Air Lines*(DL,*Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) should ongoing talks between the United States and Mexico lead to a viable Open Skies agreement. Speaking to FlightGlobal, CEO Andres Conesa said that once a treaty has been signed between the two countries, AeroM้xico will pursue antitrust immunity for its planned partnership with Delta.

Closer cooperation with the US carrier, which together with Delta Master Trust owns a 9.1% stake in AeroMexico, will improve the Mexican carrier's overall competitiveness, Conesa added.

Over the years, AeroM้xico and Delta have collaborated extensively culminating in the signing of a commercial alliance in 2012. Since then, the two have opened Latin America's largest heavy Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) facility at*Quer้taro*in addition to investing equal amounts in a project to move work to*Guadalajara*and expand MRO capabilities for their own aircraft and other carriers.*

Delta has also advised the Mexican carrier on the development of its*M้xico City*hub operations with the overall aim of developing it into a core hub for travel between the Americas as well as to Asia.


http://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/ne...hip-with-delta
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Aeromexico Begins its Seasonal Flights to Denver

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MEXICO CITY,*Nov. 20, 2014*/PRNewswire/ -- Aeromexico,*Mexico'sglobal airline, has announced that onDecember 15th, it will again be operating its traditional seasonal service betweenMexico City*and Denver, offering 17 flights a week for passengers interested in enjoying winter skiing at leading resort destinations, such as*Vail*and*Aspen.

This new service will be operated with the following flight schedules:

Mexico City - Denver*


Denver - Mexico City*

Flight

Departure

Arrival

Frequency


Flight

Departure

Arrival

Frequency

AM0658

9:49 a.m.

12:45 p.m.

Daily


AM0659

2:00 p.m.

6:53 p.m.

Daily

AM1658**

9:19 a.m.

12:15 p.m.

**


AM1659**

1:30 p.m.

6:25 p.m.

**

AM1360**

8:20 a.m.

11:18 a.m.

**


AM1361**

12:33 p.m.

5:27 p.m.

**


*All times shown are local times and are subject to change without prior notice.

**Visit*www.aeromexico.com*for the exact dates on which these flights will be operated.


Also, and in order to offer additional flight choices to customers, Aeromexico will operate seven direct flights from*Guadalajara*to Denver between*December 18th, 2014 and*January 4th, 2015.

Anko van der Werff, Senior Vice President of Revenue Management at Aeromexico said "The*Mexico Cityflights are scheduled to connect passengers from other domestic destinations, such as*Bajio-Leon,*Morelia,Veracruz*and Villahermosa, as well as those connecting from international destinations, such as*Bogota*andGuatemala, among others; while the*Guadalajara*flight schedules to Denver will offer connections for passengers traveling from*Monterrey,*Puerto Vallartaand*Tijuana."

These new routes will be served with Boeing 737 aircraft with 124 passenger seats, including 12 in the Clase Premier cabin. Aeromexico also features its Gran Plan*packages to*Vail*that include hotel accommodations, round trip ground transportation between the airport in*Denver*to the hotel in*Vail, tours and a four-day lift ticket package.
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U.S., Mexico Agree on Greater Access for Airlines

The deal still falls short of the so-called “Open Skies” partnerships, which the U.S. has been pursuing since 1992. Under those agreements, governments have no say in commercial airline decisions on routes, capacity and pricing

The two countries have been trying to build stronger economic ties despite issues on drugs and illegal immigration. Last year, the countries formed the so-called High Level Economic Dialogue to promote economic growth. The aviation agreement, U.S. officials said, is a “key element” under that pact by easing trade and tourism.

Cargo airlines, for the first time, will have more opportunities to provide service to destinations that had not been allowed before, the State Department said.

Read more @ http://m.wsj.com/articles/u-s-mexico...10075?mobile=y
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I really hope that it will happen so that so much more flights between the two nations can be developed... I mean, Aeromexico, Interjet, and Volaris will be big beneficiaries of the "Open Skies" proposal since it will allow those three major carriers to expand their services to the US, and it will further enhance trade and economic relations between the two nations. I hope that will happen so that additional flights from cities throughout the country, especially those in California, Arizona, Texas, Illinois, Florida, and New York, can be covered.

And by the way, which Mexican destinations would you like to see San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles, and San Diego serve to?

Aeromexico B767-300ER (WL) (reg. XA-APB)

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I really hope that it will happen so that so much more flights between the two nations can be developed... I mean, Aeromexico, Interjet, and Volaris will be big beneficiaries of the "Open Skies" proposal since it will allow those three major carriers to expand their services to the US, and it will further enhance trade and economic relations between the two nations. I hope that will happen so that additional flights from cities throughout the country, especially those in California, Arizona, Texas, Illinois, Florida, and New York, can be covered.

And by the way, which Mexican destinations would you like to see San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles, and San Diego serve to?

Aeromexico B767-300ER (WL) (reg. XA-APB)


Yeah you would think everyone would be on board with open skies and whatnot. Unfortunately the only willing to accept was AeroMexico but proposal was shot down.

All those cities you mentioned are serve thru Mexico City/SkyTeam hub for AeroMexico. Another upcoming east coast city that was requested recently with the DOT was Boston to be service daily once again in 2015.
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Hmmm... Volaris could have been a beneficiary too, especially it has a LCC model. And by the way, if it is done, airlines like American, Delta, and United will definitely mount even more flights to Mexico from its US hubs.
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Hmmm... Volaris could have been a beneficiary too, especially it has a LCC model. And by the way, if it is done, airlines like American, Delta, and United will definitely mount even more flights to Mexico from its US hubs.
Volaris is a low cost airline by mouth only these days. Prices are pretty much up there for the most part.

Also you can bet American Airlines is salivating on open skies for the longest. They being trying to get into major routes that leaves big dollars. LAX-MEXICO, JFK-Mexico, SFO-Mexico and ORD-Mexico...
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