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Old May 4th, 2009, 09:22 AM   #101
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More on Mexico-China quarantine issue!!!!

Official: Plane to pick up Mexicans in China


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MEXICO CITY (AP) — A Foreign Relations Department official says Mexico will send a plane to China to bring back citizens after the Asian country quarantined more than 70 Mexican travelers in its fight against swine flu.
The official says the government will charter an AeroMexico airliner in the coming hours to take home any Mexicans who want to leave China. The official spoke on condition of anonymity Sunday because of department policy barring her from being named.
The official could not say if priority would be given to Mexicans who have been quarantined.
Earlier Sunday, Mexican President Felipe Calderon expressed dismay that "some countries or places are taking discriminatory measures because of ignorance and misinformation."
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AeroMexico 772ER parked away in Shanghai after arriving and everyone on board checked for Flu like symptons...
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An AeroMexico plane chartered by Mexican government to transport Mexican travelers who have been held in quarantine at a hotel in Shanghai, takes off at Pudong International Airport Tuesday May 5, 2009 in Shanghai, China. The plane left to Beijing to pick up other Mexican travelers. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
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Here are the actual pix of AM in Shanghai before take off!!!

墨驻沪副总领事:“感谢上海市政府所提供的服务”
77名墨西哥籍人士昨随墨航包机回国


另有6名在沪墨西哥人仍愿留在中国,接受医学观察




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  人民网上海5月5日电 (记者吴焰)今天中午,77名墨西哥籍人士(其中包括43名在递沪、浙、苏三地的AM098航班上的医学观察者、34名在华墨西哥籍人士)抵达浦东国际机场,顺利登上了由墨西哥政府安排的包机。墨西哥领事馆副总领事安雷先生在转运途中向记者表示,“感谢上海市政府对墨西哥乘客及机组人员的服务,我们对此次转运安排很满意。”

  据悉,香港确诊的首例甲型H1N1流感患者曾搭载墨西哥航空AM098航班于4月30日晨抵达上海浦东国际机场。为防控甲型H1N1流感,该航班上的乘客及机组人员均接受了集中隔离医学观察。中国政府也暂停接受墨西哥飞往中国的正常航班。经过中墨两国政府的有效期商,我国政府同意墨西哥政府安排包机接回墨西哥籍乘客和机级人员,以及在华其他墨籍人员。

  上海是本次墨航包机停靠的首站。之后,包机将依次飞往北京、广州、香港,从香港返墨。其中,上海浦东国际机场承担上海、浙江、江苏的搭乘人员转送;北京首都机场承担北京、天津的搭乘人员;广州白云国际机场承担广东、福建的搭乘人员。

  为确保上海转运工作万无一失,中共中央政治局委员、上海市委书记俞正声,市委副书记、市长韩正对此高度重视,明确要求有关各方认真研究、全力以赴,以极端认真、高度负责的态度,制定完善相关方案预案,确保转运工作取得圆满成功。

  为转运工作“保驾护航”,市120急救中心承担重任。昨天夜里,市120急救中心紧急调动了27辆救护车,并为所有救护车实行消毒。急救中心副主任顾阿荣介绍,救护车队共配备了12名医生、15名有医生驾驶员,他们全都实行严格的卫生防护;车上配备除颤、心电图等仪器,确保发生意外的医学观察者能得到及时治疗。今天上午,救护车队抵达实行集中医学观察的南汇某酒店,执行转运任务。10:30分起,车队一字排开停靠在酒店门口,每辆车搭载两名医学观察者,随即,秩序井然地驶向浦东国际机场。记者获悉,此次转运过程中共有39名墨航乘客及机组人员,另有6名乘客因在中国留学,将继续接受医学观察。与此同时,还有4名搭乘4月30日墨航AM098航班的医学观察者,由救护车从浙江义乌、江苏常州运送而来,一同前往机场搭载包机。

  下午13时,墨西哥政府派出的包机抵达浦东国际机场。预备登机的墨西哥乘客惊喜地发现:上海市政府为他们精心准备了送别礼物:蓝袋子里装着口罩、防护手套、达菲等防护用品;透明袋子里装着2010年上海世博会的吉祥物“海宝”。行李车卸货装载完毕后,墨西哥乘客陆续登机,临上飞机前他们不忘回过头,向陪同前往的防护人员、机场工作人员挥手告别、拍照留念14:49分,包机飞赴北京,之后包机还将前往广州、香港,计划于今夜离开香港飞赴墨西哥城。

  今天下午,上海市副市长沈晓明赴浦东国际机场,为墨西哥航班送行。



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Old May 5th, 2009, 10:35 PM   #105
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Interesting note from AM's webpage...

AeroMexico Updates Traveling Public on Its Priority Focus on Safety and How It Is Successfully Managing Health Risk Due to H1N1 flu (swine flu) Outbreak


AeroMexico, the leading airline in Mexico, emphasized today that the safety of its passengers, employees and the general public is always its top priority, and that flying on its planes does not present any additional risk of contagious infection or other adverse health effects for passengers who have traveled or will travel during the H1N1 flu outbreak. In addition to the strict regulations that require crew members on duty to be in good health, the fleet's technological safeguards ensure good air quality and preventive actions have been mobilized system-wide.
AeroMexico is complying fully with the requirements that have been issued by Mexico's federal authorities to address the country's current health emergency. The airline has strengthened its operations and security procedures to help ensure the well being of its passengers, employees and the general public, and to help contain the outbreak of H1N1flu in Mexico. Additional details follow:
a) To date, all operations of the airline group that include AeroMexico, AeroMexico Connect and AeroMexicoTravel have been normal and have had no health incidents whatsoever.
b) The airlines' procedures are in compliance to the new health requirements established by the Mexican Federal Authorities and by the countries where the airlines flies to extend precautionary measures system wide.
c) The food served on board is prepared under strict sanitary controls.
d) AeroMexico's ground and on board crew follow airline regulations and must be in good health to be on duty. They go through medical exams and highly detailed health assessments before each flight?s operation.
e) According to the requirements stated by the authorities, passengers are being questioned and health screening measures have been tightened both during check-in and boarding procedures.
By implementing the measures mentioned above and by fully complying with the authorities' requests, AeroMexico is ensuring the safety of its passengers and crew. AeroMexico's main priority has always been the safety of its operation.
The air conditioning system of all our planes is designed to constantly clean the air through a compression motor with a control valve that draws clean air into the cabin which goes in and out through the fuselage. The high efficiency air filters on AeroMexico's planes perform in a manner similar to those used in hospitals to maintain clean air, and are extremely effective in trapping microscopic particles because:
- The air circulation is continuous. Air is always entering and then exiting the cabin; and
- Mixing in air from outside the aircraft renews the inside air constantly. The addition of the exterior air ensures that the interior air quality exceeds standard requirements and replaces the oxygen at a much higher rate than it is consumed.
Additionally, as part of the airline's longstanding commitment to provide superior customer service, AeroMexico has issued a policy to assist passengers that will allow them to make changes in their reservations and travel dates with the least impact possible. This flexible travel policy is available for their use at our ticket offices, airport check-in counters and at www.aeromexico.com. Through all the above actions, AeroMexico is fulfilling the airline's responsibilities to its passengers, employees, the general public and national and international authorities in addressing the current health emergency. The airline wants to assure the general public that they will have a pleasant travel experience on its planes in a carefully managed, secure environment that is focused on protecting passengers? health and well being.
Flexible Travel Policy for AeroMexico and AeroMexico Connect Passengers

"AeroMexico Travel the World"

For information please contact:

U.S. Media Contact
214-932-6102 or 214-932-6078
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Old May 6th, 2009, 08:04 AM   #106
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On the other hand, Chinese back to the PRC...





And the URL of the whole gallery...
http://www.frontera.info/galerias/ho...mgaleria=12985
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Is that pix in China? I thought AeroMexico had sent the chrome 777??
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Is that pix in China? I thought AeroMexico had sent the chrome 777??
No, the pictures i posted were taken at Tijuana airport; the Chinese did actually send a plane to pick up its citizens in Mexico (contrary to the note you posted before), and the plane arrived today at TIJ, and later returned to China...

The AM 777 seen there is one en-route to Narita... Meanwhile, the chrome one, actually sent, you mention, had to be returning from China by then...
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No, the pictures i posted were taken at Tijuana airport; the Chinese did actually send a plane to pick up its citizens in Mexico (contrary to the note you posted before), and the plane arrived today at TIJ, and later returned to China...

The AM 777 seen there is one en-route to Narita... Meanwhile, the chrome one, actually sent, you mention, had to be returning from China by then...
Very kewl pix of both 777's which are also SkyTeam Members...
Playa, where did you get the pix from since I have no info from Southern China's Charter plane landing and location?
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Chinese, Mexicans return home

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Updated: 2009-05-06 14:09


More than 150 Mexican citizens donning facemasks were sent under quarantine in ambulances to four Chinese airports to fly back home on a chartered flight.
An AeroMexico chartered flight -- which earlier picked up passengers quarantined in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou -- took off from Hong Kong International Airport late last night heading to Mexico City, the center of the H1N1 flu outbreak.
The charter flight was part of an agreement between the Chinese and Mexican governments to transport citizens of both countries back home.
In Mexico City yesterday, 79 Chinese citizens boarded a Boeing 777-200 jet that took off from Benito Juarez international airport. The flight was headed for Tijuana, the northern Mexican city near the US border, to pick up more Chinese, 200 in all, before their scheduled return to Shanghai at 10am today.
The 17-member Chinese Southern Airline crew, which includes a quarantine expert, have been trained on precautions against the virus and will monitor the conditions of the passengers every step of the way.
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Very kewl pix of both 777's which are also SkyTeam Members...
Playa, where did you get the pix from since I have no info from Southern China's Charter plane landing and location?
they were available at the TIJ airport thread in the Tijuana forum... but i dont know the original source...




On the other hand, here is the gallery of pics of the Mexicans arriving at MEX this early morning...

http://www.frontera.info/galerias/ho...galeria=12989^

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Are they going to hold them hostage as well like China until the authorities feel is safe to release them...
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...and here it is "AeroMexico's" SkyTeam Livery...

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Are they going to hold them hostage as well like China until the authorities feel is safe to release them...
No way... Nobody was actually infected... Upon their arrival at MEX, passengers & the crew were received at the presidential hangar by the first lady... Everything turns to be ok now...
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poor of chinese, they are more sick than Mexican

Of course, mind problems
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No way... Nobody was actually infected... Upon their arrival at MEX, passengers & the crew were received at the presidential hangar by the first lady... Everything turns to be ok now...
So they were just released into the general population then, interesting!!!! Which makes me wonder why China over reacted and keep everyone hostage against their will...





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No, I just personally think they expected foreigners to go with the flow and not have a voice Well maybe to their citizens that kind of treatment is acceptable, but for the majority of the world it's simply not. Oh well thankfully everything is going back to normal after this over hyped pandemic...
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FYI this article was translated from Spanish to English*

They have been canceled 7,7% of daily flights of Aeroméxico by influenza

08 of May, 2009 - 16:27 —

Mexico, 8 May (Notimex).- Group AeroMéxico reported that since I start the epidemiological warning by the virus of the influenza TO (H1N1) in the country, they have been canceled on the average 7,7 percent of the 600 daily flights that operand came normally before April 24.
The airline needed in a communiqué that "from the current sanitary contingency and of the drop in the occupation in their airplanes they have come themselves canceling an average of 7,7 percent of daily flights".
Likewise, it mentioned that the itinerary of AeroMéxico and AeroMéxico Connect in their 69 national and international destinies continues with their normal operation, except for the destinies of Shanghai, Buenos Aires and File, due to that the local authorities do not permit it.
Said countries announced the suspension of the frequency, due to the sanitary contingency that last April 23 in the countries by the bud of the influenza in Mexico was decreed.

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Another pix with Special SkyTeam Livery...

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Here with another view......... Stunning!!!!!

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AeroMexico Selects PACO Communications as Agency of Record for North America




CHICAGO, May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, has selected Chicago-based multicultural communications firm PACO Communications as its agency of record for North America.

PACO Communications was retained by AeroMexico to create and execute integrated campaigns including strategy development, creative, media, and interactive initiatives targeted to general market and Hispanic audiences.

PACO Communications began working with AeroMexico in late summer of 2008 on a campaign targeting general market business travelers. This year AeroMexico officially retained PACO Communications as its agency of record. The partnership is part of AeroMexico's strategic focus on the North American market, including its recent expansion into a growing number of major Canadian cities.

"Now more than ever, our customers appreciate our commitment to delivering a distinguished style of attentive, personalized in-flight service," said Frank Galan, Vice President of Sales for AeroMexico's U.S. Division. "Through our partnership with PACO, we hope to communicate the benefits of the unique, high-quality yet affordable experience AeroMexico is known for to a broader audience."

Selected by readers of Business Traveler and Global Traveler magazines as the "Best Airline in Mexico" in 2008, AeroMexico is recognized for its excellent customer service. Despite wide-spread cutbacks in the airline industry, AeroMexico continues to offer one complimentary checked bag per passenger as well as complimentary beverages, cocktails, and meals on all flights.

The airline has also 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, and exceptional value based on its competitive fares and superior service.

"The challenging economic climate has made consumers more frugal about every purchase --including travel-- but they are still taking business trips, vacations, and trips back home to visit friends and family, " said Kellyn Madera, Marketing Manager for AeroMexico's U.S. Division. "Our new campaign will focus on AeroMexico's ability to deliver to this more discerning passenger with top-of-the-line service and competitive fares, making AeroMexico the premier airline for travel to Mexico and Latin America." The campaign will target AeroMexico's three core customers: the leisure traveler, the business traveler, and the Hispanic traveler who takes regular trips to visit friends and relatives.

"We are thrilled and honored to include AeroMexico within the list of successful brands that PACO Communications represents," said Ozzie Godinez, Vice President and Co-Founder of PACO Communications. "Our strategic approach will include the development of a campaign targeting AeroMexico's three unique customer segments that is grounded in comprehensive research and market insights and delivered through creative executions that feature whimsical plays on words in order to establish powerful touchpoints with consumers and strengthen AeroMexico's brand in North America."

AeroMexico selected PACO Communications not only because of its specialization within the multicultural marketplace but also due to its transparent, partnership approach and ability to serve as an extension of the firm's marketing team. AeroMexico also wanted an agency that could offer a full suite of marketing and communications services under one roof, one of PACO Communication's many competitive advantages.


ABOUT AEROMEXICO
As the global airline of Latin America, AeroMexico and its subsidiary, AeroMexico Connect, currently operate more than 600 daily flights through the airline's new Terminal 2 at its Mexico City International Airport hub to 40 destinations in Mexico, 16 U.S. locations in 11 states as well as major cities that include Tokyo, Paris and Buenos Aires in 12 other countries worldwide. AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages. The airline also offers connecting service to other international destinations through its SkyTeam global airline alliance with 11 full member carriers and three associate carriers.

ABOUT PACO COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
PACO is an integrated multicultural communications agency located in Chicago. One of the fastest growing multicultural agencies, PACO doesn't fit the traditional agency description or mold. Often considered a boutique shop, their expertise is everything but that. With client partnerships like Tampico Beverages, Harris, Easter Seals, AeroMexico, Aetna Insurance and The National Pork Board (among others) - their experience crosses borders and categories. With a full multicultural and multilingual team, PACO creates ideas that motivate consumers and make brands relevant not just memorable. The independent agency is 100 percent minority owned and operated.

CONTACT Katherine Key 773-489-1700 [email protected]


SOURCE PACO Communications, Inc.
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