- Those at Guadalajara and Monterrey resumed service on Friday, August 21. At Mexico City International Airport, its two
Airport Lounges are also operating.
- The airline continues to apply health measures for customers and employees in all facilities.
Aeromexico reopened its Airport Lounges (Salones Premier) located at Guadalajara and Monterrey on August 21. These reopenings add to the Domestic Airport Lounge at Mexico City International Airport, which was the first to restart service on July 1 and the International Airport Lounge that resumed service on August 14.
The company will continue to apply its Health and Sanitization Management System at its Airport Lounges and at all of its facilities such as airports, on board flights and at deplaning, to guarantee the safety of its customers and internal teams. Among the measures and services of its Airport Lounges, the following stand out:
- Deep and constant sanitization.
- Pexiglass protectors.
- Temperature scan and antibacterial gel stations
- Touchless experience upon entry
- Safety signage
- Staff with sanitary protective equipment
- Packaged and sanitized snack service
“The reopening of our Airport Lounges improves the travel experience of our clients and more so in this stage in which for the third consecutive month, after May, we continue to reconnect destinations and increase frequencies. In August we expect to close the month with more than 7,400 flights to almost 60 destinations”, said David Arconada, Aeromexico Senior Vice President, Customer Experience.
Mexico’s global airline will continue to increase its network connectivity, applying health and hygiene measures, and maintaining flexibility waivers for customers.