Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, has announced the expansion of its codeshare agreement with KLM.
The codeshare expansion includes eight new cities in Germany via Amsterdam to Berlin, Bremen, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, Munich, Nuremberg, and Stuttgart for a total of 15 codeshare destinations in Europe.
These additional cities complement the airline’s current codeshare service to Copenhagen, Denmark; Geneva and Zurich in Switzerland; Glasgow, Scotland; Manchester, England; Rome, Italy; Stockholm, Sweden; and Vienna, Austria.
Aeromexico’s Chief Revenue Officer, Anko van der Werff said:
“The agreement with our codeshare partner KLM allows us to offer customers traveling from Mexico City greater connectivity options to points beyond Amsterdam, which we recently added to our route network as our fourth destination in Europe.
Access to the German market is particularly strategic for Aeromexico because of the commercial relationship existing between Mexico and Germany, and we are strengthening our product by offering business travelers connections to our route network beyond Mexico City, and beyond Amsterdam through KLM’s route network.”
Aeromexico, a founding member of the SkyTeam global alliance with 20 member airlines, serves the Mexico City-Amsterdam market with three direct flights per week, which it plans to increase to seven weekly flights by summer 2017. The carrier operates this route with its Boeing 787 Dreamliner, considered one of the most modern aircraft in the sky.
Aeromexico thus confirms its commitment to offer customers more and better travel options to the European continent, which the airline has served for over 60 years with service to cities like Madrid, Paris, and London.