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Old November 22nd, 2014, 08:56 AM   #641
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Remember DFW-Mexico as well (despite the fact that American Eagle operates quite a handful of flights to Mexico too)...
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Old November 22nd, 2014, 09:05 AM   #642
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Very true indeed.

Eventually Open-Skies between Mexico and The United States will take effect much sooner than later.
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Old November 22nd, 2014, 09:10 AM   #643
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I think some of the greatest beneficiaries (airports-wise) would be:

United States:
- New York (JFK and Newark)
- Los Angeles
- Chicago (O'Hare)
- San Francisco
- Dallas/Fort Worth
- Houston
- Miami
- Washington DC (Dulles)
- San Diego
- Phoenix
- Sacramento
- Seattle (especially with Alaska Airlines)

Mexico:
- Mexico City
- Cancun
- Guadalajara
- Monterrey
- Tijuana
- Puerto Vallarta
- Oaxaca
- Leon/Guanajuato
- Cozumel
- La Paz (Baja California)
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Old November 22nd, 2014, 08:17 PM   #644
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http://m.utsandiego.com/news/2014/ju...ana-san-diego/


^ I'm not too certain on San Diego Airport with the new bi-national airport in Tijuana Airport. This new joint airport will be opening soon and it is expected to take traffic away from LAX. Due to the SD Airport limitions of arrivals/take offs TIjuana International will become a 24/7 operation.

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OTAY MESA*— A cross-border pedestrian bridge linking San Diego with Tijuana’s A.L. Rodríguez International airport is set to open next summer, the project’s U.S. developer announced Monday.

The privately funded and operated $120-million project would create a port of entry limited to toll-paying airline passengers that is unique on the U.S. border. It consists of an enclosed 390-foot-long bridge with divided north/south corridors that will allow passengers to walk across between the United States and Mexico, avoiding lengthy lines at the San Ysidro and Otay Mesa ports of entry.
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Old November 23rd, 2014, 12:28 AM   #645
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Old November 23rd, 2014, 12:41 AM   #646
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So, when you said the upcoming Tijuana-San Diego International Airport is on its way, then possibly, it can really help in boosting trade relations between the two countries, and it can help passengers on either side of the border to catch either Mexican or US domestic flights, as well as establishing more long-haul intercontinental flights... perhaps that airport could be the biggest beneficiary of such an Open Skies move.
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Old November 23rd, 2014, 12:54 AM   #647
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So, when you said the upcoming Tijuana-San Diego International Airport is on its way, then possibly, it can really help in boosting trade relations between the two countries, and it can help passengers on either side of the border to catch either Mexican or US domestic flights, as well as establishing more long-haul intercontinental flights... perhaps that airport could be the biggest beneficiary of such an Open Skies move.

based on article it does state the bridge into Mexico From the US will be functioning in Summer 2015. With that said SD Airport will be transferring all flights into Tijuana International Airport with more available slots than SD.
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Old December 6th, 2014, 07:03 AM   #648
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Aeromexico is going to add a non-stop flight to Boston from Mexico City.

AeroMexico Adds Boston Service from June 2015

On a sad note however Aeromar is dropping it's nonstop service to Austin from Mexico City (that being said that route probably would have much more success if Aeromexico flew that route instead).

Aeromar Ends Mexico City – Austin Service from Jan 2015
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New Routes for AeroMexico:

Panama City
Boston
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Aeromexico announces new Toronto - Mexico City route

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Aeromexico, Mexico's global airline, announced that it will offer a new daily flight between Toronto and Mexico City as of May 4th, 2015, becoming the second destination it serves in Canada.

The new route will be operated with Boeing 737-700 aircraft configured with 124 passenger seats, including 12 seats in Clase Premier —the Aeromexico Business Class cabin— with the following schedules:

Toronto - Mexico City Mexico City - TorontoAM 693 08:30 a.m. 12:35 p.m. Daily AM 692 01:06 a.m. 06:46 a.m. Daily

* Times are published in local time and are subject to change without notice.

This new flight will connect with Aeromexico service to Cancun, Guadalajara, Huatulco, Los Cabos, Monterrey and Puerto Vallarta in Mexico; and Bogota, El Salvador, Guatemala and Lima in Latin America, among others.

Aeromexico EVP of Revenue Management Anko van der Werff said "Being able to offer our clients more and better network connectivity is one of our most important goals. This is why we are adding Toronto to our announcement of new routes for 2015, as Canada's economic capital and one of the top financial centers in the country. This new destination will increase the exchange of business and tourism for the Mexican economy and the connectivity between Canada and Latin America."

These increased destinations confirm Aeromexico's effort to strengthen its international presence by offering 28 flights to and from Canada with this new route that will include an offer of more than 3,400 seats per week, in addition to the 16 destinations it serves in the United States of America, 16 in Latin America, three in Europe and two in Asia, thus maintaining its status as the airline that connects Mexico with the world.


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Old December 11th, 2014, 08:17 PM   #651
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It was only a matter of time that Aeromexico would serve Toronto as well as Montreal with the demise of Mexicana.
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Old December 12th, 2014, 01:01 AM   #652
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It was only a matter of time that Aeromexico would serve Toronto as well as Montreal with the demise of Mexicana.

Next should be Vancouver, Calgary and then Edmonton... That should make it easier for those "snow birds" who reside in Mexico F/T & P/T to connect to their homes in the Republic.
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Aeromexico starts operating its new flight New York - Monterrey

NEW YORK -*Aeromexico*reiterates its goal to increase connectivity in New York by starting its new daily and non-stop service to Monterrey, Mexico one of the carrier's largest airport hubs.

From now on, the airline's passengers can enjoy daily service between the Big Apple and Monterrey on Embraer 190 jet airliners with 99 passenger seats, 11 of which are in Clase Premier, Aeromexico's business class cabin.*

Anko van der Werff, Aeromexico EVP of Revenue Management said:*"We are very proud to start operating this new flight between New York and Monterrey. This service extends our network connectivity to cities in Mexico like Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, Bajio-Leon, Queretaro, and Aguascalientes. At the same time, U.S. passengers can now connect from more destinations like Boston, Buffalo, Cleveland and Cincinnati, thanks to the Delta Air Lines codeshare flights, and to cities in Europe like Rome and Barcelona."

Monterrey enjoys a privileged geographic location, in the north of Mexico and very close to the border with Texas. The city has earned renown worldwide for a variety of reasons, principally for its business climate with some of the leading corporates in Mexico, strong entrepreneurial culture, prestigious institutions of higher education and a world-class health sector with leading medical centers. The city has much to offer in terms of tourism - listed as one of the top three sites worldwide to practice canyoneering, and a lot of alternatives among canyons, mountains, ziplines, bungee and ponytail -, entertainment and culture, as well as extensive infrastructure for holding congresses and conventions.
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Aeromexico B737-700 (WL), "Breast Cancer Awareness" (reg. XA-GOL)

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I would had thought that AM would had been more creative than this livery. Something in the lines of painting pink all the blue color for a more creative livery.
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You could ask Aeromexico to repaint that livery to make the tail and titles pink to really show its commitment to fighting breast cancer... perhaps you can do a sample of how it might look like with the same aircraft.
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Great idea but my email will most likely end up in the spam file...
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Embraer Delivers 1,100th Production E-Jet, to AeroMexico Connect

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Next should be Vancouver, Calgary and then Edmonton... That should make it easier for those "snow birds" who reside in Mexico F/T & P/T to connect to their homes in the Republic.
Edmonton and Calgary would be a much tougher sell for Aeromexico to start service. I can recall when Mexicana first started service to Calgary, and that direct flight did not even last a year. However if they codeshared with Westjet then they probably would have much better success.
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Edmonton and Calgary would be a much tougher sell for Aeromexico to start service. I can recall when Mexicana first started service to Calgary, and that direct flight did not even last a year. However if they codeshared with Westjet then they probably would have much better success.

There's 3 factors that will make Calgary and Edmonton work for AeroMExico the time around:

First, Mexican population growth in in these regions that can sustain year-round flights minimum 5X weekly.

Second, Snow birds who lives in Mexico non-touristy cities who need to connect thru Mexico City hub via AeroMexico.

Third, business travelers from Canada jumping in to the new reforms proposed by Mexico's Pena Nieto.



Hopefully AM's aggressive expansion makes an announcement pronto...
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