Aeroméxico, Mexico’s flag carrier airlines, operates to more than 90 destinations in 25 countries in the world. The airline headquarter is in Mexico City. Aeroméxico group that owns the airlines became Mexico’s largest domestic airline group in 2014. The liner is widening its horizon. Now the airline is operating to Tokyo, Shanghai, Seoul, Panama City (Panama), Santo Domingo, Vancouver, Toronto, Boston, Medellín, Amsterdam, Cozumel, and Austin (Texas). In 2016, Aeroméxico added 2Ku WiFi service by Gogo to some 737-800 aircraft, including access to Netflix. On its 787-8 and 787-9 Dreamliners, it added Panasonic broadband Internet, and on Embraer narrow-body aircraft, streaming entertainment via Gogo’s Gogo Vision. In July 2016, the airline launched a completely new website and new check-in kiosks at Mexico City airport. That same year, the airline also co-sponsored the launch of startup accelerator Mass Challenge in Mexico. Thus, Aeromexico reaches out to more people, cultures and opportunities and hosts guests with better services.
Aerovías de México, S.A. de C.V.operating as Aeroméxico, is the flag carrier airlines of Mexico based in Mexico City. Aeroméxico is a founding member of SkyTeam and offers Clase Premier®, its Business/First Class service, on most flights, providing travelers with unparalleled service and a relaxed atmosphere which allows them to work or rest in the utmost comfort.
Aeroméxico operates over 450 daily flights from its main hub out of Terminal 2 at Mexico City International Airport. Aeromexico’s global vision focuses on service and efficiency. It has been recognized for its distinguished style of attentive, personalized onboard service (complimentary amenities, meals, and beverages – including cocktails) in Coach and Clase Premier®. The airline offers excellent entertainment options including movie and music channels or video games on selected routes.
Aeromexico on-time rate of 84% places them in the top 10% in the world and is also one of the best among medium carriers. Aeromexico flights are delayed 37% of the time, which is just lower than other mid-sized carriers. When there is a delay, it averages about 21 minutes, which is about the same as similar carriers. Combining both on-time performances as well as delay frequency and duration, Aeromexico earns 3.7 stars out of 5, putting it near the top across all carriers. Aeromexico offers cheap tickets flights tend to be less expensive on Thursdays when bookings can be purchased for around 16% below their average price, which can equal $139 in savings. Aeromexico average ticket price is $865. This price is less than $1,384, which is the average price of most mid-size carriers. Passengers flying on Aeromexico tend to stay in their destinations for two weeks. Usually, you can rest easy about dealing with your flight being canceled when you fly with Aeromexico. They have a lower cancellation rate among similar mid-size carriers.
The top routes that Aeroméxico flies are:
LHR to MEX – 890 flights each month
ATL to MEX – 720 flights each month
CDG to MEX – 710 flights each month
EWR to MEX – 670 flights each month
AMS to MEX – 640 flights each month
Direct flights to Mexico increased dramatically in 2017, and the rise in connectivity is helping drive the destination’s impressive growth of tourism. According to the Mexico Tourism Board (MTB), the country has added 2.6 million seats over the course of the year to reach 28 million overall. The growth, which includes new direct routes as well as additional seats added on existing routes, signals a stellar 10.2 percent jump over 2016. Forty new direct routes to Mexico were introduced within the first five months of the year. The destination has also worked to increase flights within the country by improving connectivity and access to the states of Campeche, Yucatan, Chiapas, Quintana Roo, Tabasco and Oaxaca through the Maya World initiative. Aeromexico is accounted for a good portion of the increase in capacity. Mexico City saw a majority of the expansion, accounting for roughly 37 percent of the new routes. The Mexican capital is a versatile destination for both business and leisure and is well positioned as the nation’s primary international connection hub. Popular tourist destinations like Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Los Cabos saw an increase in seats this year as well. Cancun and the Riviera Maya will be especially popular this holiday season.
Headquartered in Mexico City, Aeromexico Airlines offers inexpensive, reliable service to nearly 90 destinations scattered across the globe. Though its most extensive route map is Mexico, the carrier provides a variety of regular flights to North American, South American, and European destinations. You can spend the vacation in Barcelona or in Guatemala. You can explore Mexican hot-spots like Cozumel, Puerto Vallarta, and Veracruz. From the biggest US cities to the most stunning Central American paradises, Aeromexico has the perfect flight for every vacation. According to Reportur.com, hotel occupancy in Cancun and nearby Puerto Morelos is forecast to reach 86.2 percent between December 21 and January 7, 2018. Meanwhile, hotel occupancy of 86.5 percent is expected for Riviera Maya between those same holiday travel dates. Effective October 1, 2017, the Aeromexico Vacations product is no longer available. Packages that include an Aeromexico flight can be booked through Delta Vacations.