- Restart service to six destinations from Mexico City and one from Guadalajara.
- Increase frequencies in seven additional destinations outside of Mexico.
In October, Aeromexico will operate almost 30% more international flights compared to September. With these additions, the company will serve 28
destinations in the United States, Canada, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia.
Destinations that restart from Mexico City: San Jose, Costa Rica – Guatemala City, Guatemala – Lima, Peru, – Medellin and Bogota, Colombia – Buenos Aires, Argentina
From Guadalajara, service will restart to: San Francisco, United States
Destinations with increased frequencies: Seoul, South Korea – Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – Paris, France – Quito, Ecuador – Sao Paulo, Brazil – Miami and Sacramento, United States.
With these adjustments, Aeromexico will increase its Available Seat Kilometers (ASK) by 31% compared to September, by almost 1,100 international flights.
Mexico’s global airline estimates that it will serve almost 70 domestic and international destinations in October, with more than 9,300 scheduled flights.
The company continues to apply the highest safety and hygiene standards through its Health and Sanitization Management System in all its operations.