Mexico has become one of the most important destinations thanks to its cultural richness, natural beauty, and cuisine. Aeromexico’s global network continues to strengthen its commitment to connect Mexico with the world, which is the purpose of driving not only tourism but business travel as well. In order to meet the demands of their passengers, which has brought Mexico closer to foreign passengers and allowed Mexican travellers more options to explore and experience Europe.
As a global network, this will be Aeromexico’s largest-ever schedule between Mexico and Europe, with 54 weekly non-stop flights to five European cities during the peak summer season: From Mexico City, Aeromexico will begin service to Rome and restart service to Tokyo From Guadalajara and Monterrey, Aeromexico will increase frequencies to Madrid to daily From Guadalajara and Monterrey, Aeromexico will increase frequencies to Madrid to daily Rome joins London, Paris, Madrid, and Amsterdam.
With the business’s best safety and quality standards, Mexico’s international airline will operate more than 100 local and international routes by March 2023. The best connectivity in the nation will still be offered by it.
Service to Rome and Restart Service to Tokyo
Aeromexico is happy to say that it will keep working to provide a connection between Mexico and the rest of the world by the summer. Beginning March 25, the airline will resume daily non-stop service from Mexico City to Tokyo and non-stop service from Mexico City to Rome.
Aeromexico will operate three nonstop flights each week between Mexico City and Rome to expand its global network, increasing that number to five on June 1. Customers will have speedy connections to other attractive locations in Italy, including Milan, Turin, Genoa, Venice, Florence, Naples, Catania, and Bologna, in addition to convenient access to the “Eternal City” itself.
After almost three years, Aeromexico is thrilled to integrate Asia once more into its worldwide network with the return to Tokyo. The airline will offer nonstop service to Mexico City and connect flights throughout Mexico, the Americas, and Asia via Tokyo.
From 2006 to 2020, Aeromexico flew to Japan. After Covid-19, restarting these operations necessitates reconnecting and reestablishing alliances between our nations. Mexico’s global airline will continue to offer the best connectivity in the country to operate more than 100 domestic and international flights by March 2023, while maintaining the highest health, safety and service standards.
Daily flights to Madrid from Guadalajara and Monterrey.
Aeromexico will also start running five weekly flights from Monterrey and Guadalajara to Madrid on March 27. The frequency will rise to daily starting on June 1st. Twenty weekly flights from Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey are currently offered by Aeromexico to connect Spain and Mexico. There will be 28 weekly flights to Spain from those three cities by June 2023.
The Peak Summer Season in Five European Cities.
The new flights, which will operate 54 weekly Mexico-Europe frequencies, would enhance Aeromexico’s service to Europe by more than 20%. This is a record-breaking number of flights operated by Aeromexico using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the safest, most modern, and environmentally friendly aircraft currently in service between Mexico and Europe.
On every long-haul trip that Aeromexico performs, Aeromexico Cargo is equipped to transport cargo thanks to its infrastructure, accreditations, and capacity. Over 136 thousand tonnes were transported by the company last year across its entire network.