- It will operate 75% of its capacity on domestic flights compared to September 2019.
- It will increase frequencies on 25 domestic routes and will serve to more than 60 destinations in Mexico and the world.
In September, Aeromexico will continue to resume service to destinations and increase frequencies. It will reach nearly 75% recovery in domestic flights compared to the same month of 2019.
Aeromexico will add frequencies on 25 of the 39 domestic destinations where it currently operates. It will resume service from Mexico City to Acapulco and launch two new routes from Guadalajara to Los Cabos and Cancun. By the end of the month, Aeromexico will be operating 7,600 flights that represent four times the number of operations the airline registered in May.
Mexico’s global airline is the number one carrier in terms of departures from Mexico City International Airport, with almost 150 departures per day and will fly to more than 60 destinations in September. Internationally, it will operate flights to 22 cities in the United States, Canada, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia.
Captain, Arturo Duhart, Senior Vice-President for Corporate and Air Security, Grupo Aeromexico, added: “For our 7,600 expected flights in September, on the ground and in the air, we will continue to apply, without exception, the highest safety standards to protect our customers and internal teams through our Health and Sanitization Management System”.
The company will also serve some flights from Mexico City to Cancun and Tijuana with its Boeing 787 Dreamliner, an opportunity for those who have not yet had the experience to travel on this aircraft.
The Boeing 787 is one of the most modern, efficient, and least polluting widebody aircraft in the world, with which Aeromexico mainly operates to destinations in Europe, South America, and Asia. During the pandemic, the company has carried out 225 exclusive cargo flights with these aircraft to transport more than 3 thousand tons of medical supplies from China to Mexico and 15 other countries.