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Old May 12th, 2009, 04:07 AM   #121
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At AeroMexico, the safety of our passengers, employees and the general public is our top priority. In addition, we are committed to keeping you informed of the travel-related requirements, measures taken, and recommendations being issued with regard to the H1N1 (swine flu) outbreak.


World Health Organization: No Rationale for Travel Restrictions
The World Health Organization (WHO) is not recommending travel restrictions related to the outbreak of the Influenza A (H1N1) virus. However, individuals who are ill should delay travel plans and returning travelers who fall ill should seek appropriate medical care. These recommendations are prudent measures which can limit the spread of many communicable diseases and not only Influenza A (H1N1). Read the full WHO release, dated 1 May 2009.
Measures Taken, No Health Incidents
In addition to full compliance with the requirements of Mexico's federal authorities, AeroMexico has strengthened operations and security procedures to ensure your well-being. Flying on our planes does not present any additional risk of contagious infection or other adverse health effects. Good air quality is assured through technological safeguards, and other preventative actions have been mobilized system-wide. Get details on clean air circulation and other AeroMexico-specific procedures. Flexible Travel Policy, Passenger Recommendation
During this outbreak, AeroMexico upholds its standard of superior customer service and allows you to make changes to existing reservations and travel dates, with as little impact as possible. Read the full Flexibility Policy for details. We also recommend that passengers arrive at the airport earlier to complete a health questionnaire, as
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Argentina lifting flu-related ban on Mexico flights

Thu May 14, 2009 5:09pm EDT





BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's government said on Thursday it would lift a ban on direct flights from Mexico imposed over two weeks ago due to an outbreak of the new H1N1 flu in that country.
Flights will resume after midnight on Thursday. The ban directly affected Mexican airlines AeroMexico, controlled by investors including Citigroup, and Mexicana, about 30 percent owned by hotel operator Posadas.
"The reduction of cases in Mexico merited that we make this decision today to reopen air links," Cabinet Chief Sergio Massa told a televised news conference.
Peru's government lifted its own ban on flights to and from Mexico on Wednesday.
Argentina's health ministry has confirmed one case of the new flu strain. Massa said airport officials will continue monitoring passengers arriving from Mexico, the United States and Canada.
The virus has caused around 6,500 infections in 33 countries, according to the World Health Organization.
The WHO reported that 65 people have died from infection with the H1N1 virus, 60 of them in Mexico. Three people have died in the United States, one in Canada and another in Costa Rica.
Common seasonal flu kills up to 500,000 people a year worldwide.
(Reporting by Lucas Bergman and Hilary Burke; Editing by Simon Gardner)




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Incident: Aeromexico Connect E145 near La Paz on May 15th 2009, fuel leak


By Simon Hradecky, created Friday, May 15th 2009 13:30Z, last updated Friday, May 15th 2009 13:30Z
An AeroMexico Connect Embraer ERJ-145, flight 5D-2073/AM-2073 from La Paz to Mexico City (Mexico), returned to La Paz after a passenger noticed a fuel leak off the right hand wing about 20 minutes into the flight. The airplane landed safely.

The airplane was repaired and was ready to perform the flight about 2.5 hours after the first departure, most of the passengers however refused to fly with the aircraft and rebooked for the first flight of the next day.

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AeroMexico is serving you as usual.



As a precaution, AeroMexico recommends passengers to arrive at the airport in advance to fill in a Heath Questionnaire and follow a medical revision due to the procedures established by the Mexican Communications and Transportation Secretariat.
As a reminder, the following operations have been suspended due to a foreign government requirement:
Peru from April 29th to May 16th, 2009- Operating *
Argentina from April 28th to May 17th, 2009-Operating*
China from May 3 to 31st, 2009-Pending*


For more information, please visit www.aeromexico.com or call:
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Japan Visa to Mexican Citizens

Due to the contingency informed by the Mexican Health Secretariat, the Japanese Embassy has advised that until further notice the visa exemption has been temporarily suspended for any Mexican Citizens traveling to Japan. A valid visa has to be obtained.
Mexican Citizens traveling after May 3rd 2009 will require a valid visa to Japan.
Effective May 4th, a Japanese Embassy office will be installed at Terminal 2 (AeroMexico Hub) for the process. Passengers are requested to be at the airport at least 4 hours prior to departure.
Visa Requirements:
Visa Validity: 3 months (no charge)
Medical Certificate
Health Questionnaire
Valid Passport
Must hold onward or return ticket
Hotel Reservation
Proof of Income
Two (2) pictures (45mm x 45mm)
Embassy Information:
An appointment needs to be requested to obtain a visa directly with at the embassy.
For more information, please visit www.mx.emb-japan.go.jp

Location:
Reforma # 295, 3rd floor, Delegación Cuauhtemoc, C.P. 06500, México D.F.

Hours:
Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 1:30pm and from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.
Grupo AeroMexico announces the following Flexibility Policy to assist our customers.
Policy Validity
April 28 to May 15, 2009

General Conditions:
1. This policy applies to all passengers traveling on any direct or connecting AeroMexico flight series AM001-AM2999 and for tickets issued at any AeroMexico point of sale worldwide.

2. A stopover in Mexico City up to 5 days will be allowed for the passengers that wish to obtain a Japanese Visa.

3. Change fee will be waived -ONLY- for date/flight modifications if it is complying with the fare regulations purchased; such as routing, same origin/destination, seasonality, minimum and maximum stay, same class of service, etc; otherwise a difference in fare will be charged. Penalty for change still will be waived.

4. Date changes to Gran Plan packages will be allowed up to 72 hours prior to departure, at no charge, as long as the same pre-selected hotel accommodation and AeroMexico class of service is available. Any package's fare difference will be at passenger's expense.

5. Any modifications made during this policy period (April 28-May 15, 2009) must be documented in the passenger record under OSI or REMARKS with the following information: - JAPANESE VISA POLICY- NO PNLTY FOR CHGS APPLY-

6. No refunds will be applied, unless otherwise specified on fare regulations purchased and new contingency procedure for refunds.

7. AeroMexico will not be responsible for any additional expenses incurred, such as hotel accommodations, ground transportation, meals, phone calls, etc.

8. Penalty will be waived -ONLY- if changes are done before departure (difference in fare may apply). These changes can be done at any AeroMexico point of sale or the Travel Agency where the ticket was purchased. In the case of a NO SHOW, any penalty and difference in fare will apply.
For more information, please visit www.aeromexico.com or call:
1-800-237-6639 (United States/Canada)
5133-4005 (Mexico City)
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AeroMexico Reaffirms Commitment to Bring International Airline Service Back to New Orleans on July 7


Airline to Serve Market with Six Weekly Non-Stop Flights to Mexico City And Convenient Connecting Service to San Pedro Sula, Honduras


HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, reaffirmed today its commitment to bring international service back to New Orleans. Beginning on July 7, the airline plans to provide six weekly non-stop flights on Sunday to Friday between New Orleans and Mexico City with convenient connecting service to San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Division, AeroMexico, said, “AeroMexico is moving forward as scheduled to add this important route to our North American operations. We have met again with city and airport officials in New Orleans and all agree these flights are vitally important and are needed now. This route will be the fastest way to travel between New Orleans, Mexico City and Honduras, which will make it much more convenient for people to visit family and friends, take vacations and conduct business between these international markets.”
“We are also confident that it is a good time to travel. Both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization see no reason for international travel restrictions related to the H1N1/swine flu since this recent health situation is being addressed effectively,” he said. “Because the safety of the traveling public is AeroMexico’s top priority at all times, our airline also has comprehensive procedures in place for their well being.”
The airline believes that significant market demand exists for the route due to expanding business, cultural and tourism ties between these markets and New Orleans’ reemergence following Hurricane Katrina.
Market demand in the greater New Orleans area for these flights is also increasing because the Hispanic population in New Orleans, which now approaches 250,000, is the fastest growing of any major U.S. city. The area also has one of the largest Honduran populations, estimated at more than 80,000, in the United States.
Economic ties between these markets are also expanding and will benefit from this new airline service, according to Greater New Orleans Inc., the region’s economic development organization. Additionally, the Mexico Tourism Board and the New Orleans Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau are eager to pursue increased international tourism opportunities that this new airline service will create.
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 more than 45 destinations in Mexico, 16 U.S. locations in 11 states, two cities in two Canadian provinces, and 12 major cities that include Buenos Aires, Paris and Tokyo in 11 other countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia. U.S. cities served are Los Angeles, Ontario (Ca.), San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle-Tacoma, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Denver, San Antonio, Houston, Atlanta, Chicago, New York City, Orlando and Miami. AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages throughout this network. 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. AeroMexico has been recognized for its award-winning style of personalized in-flight service, one of the world’s best on-time flight records, the highest safety and quality standards ratings, outstanding reliability and baggage handling performance, and exceptional value based on its competitive fares and superior service. Additional information is available at www.aeromexico.com or 1-800-237-6639 .



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Old May 20th, 2009, 03:15 AM   #128
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Can i post here my not that good experience with Aeromexico's first competitor Mexicana?

A flight from Mexicali, BC to Culiacan, Mexico in a Fokker 100 plane from Mexicana Click formerly Aerocaribe.

Im asking because i wouldnt like to criticize Mexicana, cause it would look like im doing it just to say Aeromexico is better.
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If it's constructive, sure why not!!!!
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Ok.

Here it goes.

I made all the process of boarding as usual, i was flying from Mexicali to Culiacan, Mexico.

When all the passengers were seated the flight assistant proceeded to close the boarding door, she couldnt close it, so we waited like 20 mins.

When the door finally closed, we proceeded to take off.

We made all the security procedures and we took off.

The plane was a Fokker 100( i knew cause i saw it from the info paper in the front of my seat).

As soon as we took off the plane sounded like the pilot decreased acceleration of the engines, and i knew there was something wrong.

We stoped gaining altitude, the airplane changed its sound very often and the people realized there was something wrong, at this time the captain told us we were going to land in Mexicali's airport again.

So all the people stoped talking and the panic climate felt in the interior of the plane. So we made some spins to get back to the airport. Mexicali a border city with US, the last spin we made we crossed into US airspace i knew this cause i was seated in the right side of the plane and i saw the border crossing to my right side. So after this spin we descended and we emergency landed in the Mexicali airport.

The assistant told one passenger the problem was the door which we waited for to close, it briefly opened and there was a pressurization problem. That was what i understood, so it was going to be fully repaired so we could took of again.

The captain and the assistants told us we were going to wait in the boarding room again and after like 1 hour we took off again.

Thats my worst experience on a plane ever, and im not critizicing Mexicana cause my experience with them had always been good, but they shoulded have repaired the door before we boarded the plane, or at least it was a problem that appeared in that exact moment.

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Well that's just terrible for the door to have not completely shut tightly. That seems more like flight assistant seems to be at fault for not notifying the appropiate person after struggling with the door for 20 minutes and whatnot. Luckly everyone on board was brought back to the airport safely, so someone should have spoken up and complaint with MX and requested some type of refund and/or compensation for the inconvinience. I know it's too much to ask for but hey, why not try it as a group.

BTW, have you ever had any bad experiences with AeroMexico in the past???

Oh yeah and your English is as good as my Spanish!
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AeroMexico, Mexico Tourism Board and Other Travel Industry Partners Promote Safe, Enjoyable Travel to Mexico


© Business Wire 2009

2009-05-20 01:33:04 -

AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, the Mexico Tourism Board and other travel industry partners are joining together to encourage people in the United States, Canada and other countries to travel to Mexico. This collaborative marketing initiative follows major announcements on May 15 by the U.S. Department of State and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that lifted recommendations to avoid travel to Mexico due to H1N1 influenza. The World Health Organization gave its clearance for international travel on May 7, saying that it did not believe it was necessary to restrict travel to any countries, including Mexico, in response to H1N1/swine flu. Nine other countries also ended their travel advisories.

Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Division, AeroMexico, said, “We are pleased that the U.S. Department of State and two of the world’s most respected health organizations – the CDC and the World Health Organization – are confident that people can travel safely to Mexico after reviewing the recent international health situation.

AeroMexico’s top priority at all times is also the safety of the traveling public and others in the communities we serve. Our airline has comprehensive, health-related procedures in place and advanced technological systems on our aircraft to help ensure worry-free, enjoyable travel,” he added

The U.S. State Department dropped its travel alert immediately after the CDC ended its travel warning for all non-essential travel, downgrading it to a basic travel health precaution for those susceptible to complications from any kind of influenza. The CDC also said that any increases in the number of H1N1 flu cases in the U.S. and other countries are not linked directly to Mexico.

Galan said, “We’re now working actively with the Mexico Tourism Board and our hotel, resort destination, car rental and other travel partners to spread the word that it’s time once again to enjoy all that Mexico offers.”


Oscar Fitch, CEO of the Mexico Tourism Board, said, “Mexico’s government and tourism authorities are very satisfied with the decision taken by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and consequently, the U.S. Department of State, to lift the H1N1 influenza alert against non-essential travel to Mexico. Our main priority continues to be the safety of our citizens and visitors, and with evidence that the flu appears to be less threatening than originally thought, Mexico is ready to welcome back all of its visitors and offer them the hospitality and services that have always distinguished us.

“There is no doubt that the H1N1 has hit our country very hard, especially the tourism sector, an essential part of our economy. Mexico is known for its capacity of coming out of tough situations even stronger, and this will not be the exception. The travel industry - at all levels - is ready to offer its visitors what they come here for.
diversity, culture, relaxation, luxury, adventure, world class infrastructure and most importantly, the best service in the world,” added Fitch.

Galan added, “Travelers can reach more than 45 outstanding destinations in Mexico through AeroMexico’s 18 major U.S. and Canadian gateways.

These affordably priced flights are scheduled to meet the needs of business and leisure travelers alike.”


On every AeroMexico flight, travelers benefit from a number of operational procedures that have been designed with their comfort and well being in mind. The airline’s strict regulations require all flight operations and crew members on duty to be in good health, and they are subject to medical exams and detailed health assessments before each flight. Food preparation and handling procedures must adhere to careful sanitary guidelines.

The airline’s fleet also features technological safeguards for maintaining superior air quality. On each aircraft, the air conditioning system continually refreshes the interior air every two to three minutes by drawing in exterior air and purifying it with HEPA (high efficiency particle arresting) filters. These filters, which are similar to those used in hospitals, are extremely effective in trapping microscopic particles. The addition of exterior air also replaces oxygen at a much higher rate than it is consumed, resulting in interior air quality levels that exceed airline industry requirements.

Through all these measures, AeroMexico is fulfilling the airline’s responsibilities to its passengers, employees, the general public, and governmental authorities. These steps also allow passengers to enjoy a pleasant travel experience in a carefully managed, secure environment, according to the international standards of quality for which the airline is known and respected.

AeroMexico has been recognized as the “Best Airline in Mexico” in 2008 by readers of both Global Traveler and Business Traveler magazines, two of the world’s leading travel magazines. The airline’s personalized in-flight service includes complimentary meals at meal times and beverages, including cocktails. AeroMexico also stands out with one of the world’s best on-time flight records, the highest safety and quality standards ratings, outstanding reliability and baggage handling performance, and exceptional value based on its competitive fares and superior service.


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 more than 45 destinations in Mexico, 16 U.S. locations in 11 states, two cities in two Canadian provinces, and 12 major cities that include Buenos Aires, Paris and Tokyo in 11 other countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia.

U.S. cities served are Los Angeles, Ontario (Ca.), San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle-Tacoma, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Denver, San Antonio, Houston, Atlanta, Chicago, New York City, Orlando and Miami.
Canadian markets served are Toronto and Montreal. AeroMexico Vacations provides customized vacation travel packages throughout this network.

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. Additional information is available at www.aeromexico.com : or 1-800-237-6639 .


for AeroMexicoNancy Del Regno, 214-932-6102Cell: 214-206-5629 [email protected] : mailto:[email protected]
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Aeroméxico seeks to rectify losses Aeroméxico will discount two biweekly days to its employees to rectify the losses that the epidemic of the influenza caused to the business

Hector Molina S. El Universal Thursday May 21, 2009 [email protected]

AeroMéxico will discount two biweekly days to its employees to rectify the losses that the epidemic of the influenza caused to the business.
"All and each one of the collaborators of AeroMéxico, AM Connect, AM Travel and Outsourcing we will carry out payroll way contributions in a proportional way and fair to the incomes of the employees", the internal bulletin says in which the executive director of Human Resources of the business, Néstor Astete, notifies the workers around the discount, that will also apply on other benefits as the Christmas bonus, the fund of savings and You avail oneself of them pantry.
The document, dating May 14, indicates that the effects of the sanitary contingency have caused the cancellation of thousand 466 flights and the temporary cancellation of several routes, what placed to the firm in a delicate financial situation.
It is expected that the "contributions" of the workers and the reduction of administrative costs and of operation, they impact in a savings of 520 million pesos in the end of 2009.
The letter details that the immediate leader of each area will cite to his personnel to report him the details of the measure and to deliver them a format for the firm of the covenant that the workers should sign to authorize the discounts of his salary. EL UNIVERSAL one he possesses copy of the letter and the covenant of temporary modification to the salary.
Different workers of the business indicated that the leaders of each area reported that the discounts would apply although the covenant not to be signed by each worker. In some cases, the immediate leaders also promoted the firm of the covenant under the argument that if themselves did not they apply these discounts would be lost the sources of work in the airline.
Even, in the missive signed by Néstor Astete is indicated that the workers and shareholders should be added to the reduction of salaries so that the Office of the secretary of Estate offer supports for the economic recovery.
The first meetings to announce the discounts were given Thursday of last week and the firm of the covenants for the temporary modification of the salary began to be delivered for their firm from Monday.
AeroMéxico was consulted on this theme and offered to give today an answer, although indicated that for now not greater information exists on if arrived at an agreement with the workers unionized, whose discounts would be subject to the agreement reached in its moment with the union representation.






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Aeroméxico busca subsanar pérdidas




Aeroméxico descontará dos días quincenales a sus empleados para subsanar las pérdidas que la epidemia de la influenza causó a la empresa
Héctor Molina S.
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Aeroméxico descontará dos días quincenales a sus empleados para subsanar las pérdidas que la epidemia de la influenza causó a la empresa.
“Todos y cada uno de los colaboradores de Aeroméxico, AM Connect, AM Travel y Outsourcing realizaremos aportaciones vía nómina de manera proporcional y equitativa a los ingresos de los empleados”, dice el boletín interno en el que el director ejecutivo de Recursos Humanos de la empresa, Néstor Astete, notifica a los trabajadores en torno al descuento, que también se aplicará sobre otras prestaciones como el aguinaldo, el fondo de ahorro y los vales de despensa.
El documento, fechado el 14 de mayo, señala que los efectos de la contingencia sanitaria han ocasionado la cancelación de mil 466 vuelos y la cancelación temporal de varias rutas, lo que colocó a la firma en una situación financiera delicada.
Se espera que las “aportaciones” de los trabajadores y la reducción de costos administrativos y de operación, redunden en un ahorro de 520 millones de pesos al final de 2009.
La carta detalla que el jefe inmediato de cada área citará a su personal para informarle los detalles de la medida y entregarles un formato para la firma del convenio que los trabajadores deberán firmar para autorizar los descuentos de su salario. EL UNIVERSAL posee copia de la carta y el convenio de modificación temporal al salario.
Diferentes trabajadores de la empresa señalaron que los jefes de cada área informaron que los descuentos se aplicarían aunque el convenio no fuera firmado por cada trabajador. En algunos casos, los jefes inmediatos también promovieron la firma del convenio bajo el argumento de que si no se aplicaban estos descuentos se perderían las fuentes de trabajo en la aerolínea.
Incluso, en la misiva firmada por Néstor Astete se señala que los trabajadores y accionistas deben sumarse a la reducción de salarios para que la Secretaría de Hacienda otorgue apoyos para la recuperación económica.
Las primeras juntas para anunciar los descuentos se dieron el jueves de la semana pasada y la firma de los convenios para la modificación temporal del salario comenzaron a entregarse para su firma desde el lunes.
Aeroméxico fue consultada sobre este tema y ofreció dar hoy una respuesta, aunque señaló que por ahora no existe mayor información sobre si se llegó a un acuerdo con los trabajadores sindicalizados, cuyos descuentos estarían sujetos al acuerdo alcanzado en su momento con la representación sindical.

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BTW, have you ever had any bad experiences with AeroMexico in the past???
Ive only flied with Aeromexico once in the past. A round trip to Mexico City, this was my first time on a plane also, and it was a good experience. All those buildings so near to Mexico City Airport, i wont forget the Palacio de los Deportes building just before we landed.
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AM Connect EMB 145 seen at far, at Hermosillo Intl. Airpt....

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Ive only flied with Aeromexico once in the past. A round trip to Mexico City, this was my first time on a plane also, and it was a good experience. All those buildings so near to Mexico City Airport, i wont forget the Palacio de los Deportes building just before we landed.
That's great you had a good trip down to Mexico City on AM. Where you able to take pix of the city and the interior cabin by any chance?


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AM Connect EMB 145 seen at far, at Hermosillo Intl. Airpt....


Hey Playa, is this part of your own personal collection?
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Mexico and AeroMexico welcomes back travellers


Friday, 22 May 2009

After many countries, including the United State and Canada, lifted the travel warnings concerning travel to Mexico, major industry players like the Mexico Tourism Board and AeroMexico are encouraging travellers back.
With local tourism industry decimated by fears of the Influenza A(H1N1) virus, Mexico is hoping for a swift recovery, and already industry representatives are gathering to discuss ways to entice travellers back.
“We’re now working actively with the Mexico Tourism Board and our hotel, resort destination, car rental and other travel partners to spread the word that it’s time once again to enjoy all that Mexico offers,” said Frank Galan, AeroMexico VP United States.
“AeroMexico’s top priority at all times is also the safety of the travelling public and others in the communities we serve. Our airline has comprehensive, health-related procedures in place and advanced technological systems on our aircraft to help ensure worry-free, enjoyable travel.”
On May 7th the World Health Organization gave its all clear for international travel to Mexico.
Oscar Fitch, Mexico Tourism Board CEO adds, “There is no doubt that the H1N1 has hit our country very hard, especially the tourism sector, an essential part of our economy. Mexico is known for its capacity of coming out of tough situations even stronger, and this will not be the exception.”
“The travel industry - at all levels - is ready to offer its visitors what they come here for: diversity, culture, relaxation, luxury, adventure, world class infrastructure and most importantly, the best service in the world,” remarked Mr Fitch.
In the past week many cruise companies, including Carnival Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean, have announced relaunch dates for returning back to Mexican ports.

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So Playa let me ask you this, when are you going to share your entire collection. I understand work marry life and other daily activities keep you tied up. So can you make some time for the love of God, Oooop's me being a bit dramatic!
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