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Aeromexico Adds Two New Destinations to Its Route Network

Aeromexico B737-800 | Aviation Tribune
Aeromexico B737-800 | Aviation Tribune

Aeromexic adds two new international destinations from Mexico City to South America: Guayaquil, Ecuador, starting May 1, and Cali, Colombia, as of May 16.

Guayaquil is the second destination in Ecuador for Aeromexico, where it began operations more than five years ago serving Quito. This new service will be operated with three direct weekly flights on Boeing 737-800 aircraft with 160 passenger seats, including 16 in Clase Premier.

Cali becomes the airline’s third city in Colombia, in addition to Bogota and Medellin, which were inaugurated in 2010 and 2015, respectively. The flight will be operated four times weekly on Boeing 737-700 aircraft, with 124 passenger seats, including 11 in Clase Premier.

Anko van der Werff, Executive Vice President of Global Sales at Aeromexico, said:

“At Aeromexico, we are proud to offer Mexicans and travelers with connecting flights more options towards new destinations in Latin America. We have been operating for more than 20 years in South America, flying to seven major cities, which makes us the airline in Mexico with a major presence in this region”.

These new routes represent the airline’s constant effort to offer customers increased connectivity and more tourism and business opportunities between these countries. Aeromexico adds these new flights to a network of 93 destinations, including 50 international routes to three continents.


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