Aeromexico announces the beginning of its new, nonstop daily flight service from Terminal B at the Monterrey International Airport in northern Mexico, to Miami, Florida in the United States as of March 26th, this Spring.
Aeromexico announces the beginning of its new, nonstop daily flight service from Terminal B at the Monterrey International Airport in northern Mexico, to Miami, Florida in the United States as of March 26th, this Spring. This new service will offer passengers the possibility of taking a daily flight between these two cities on board a 76-seat Embraer 170 airliner from one of Aeromexico’s major hubs in northern Mexico.
Flights schedules for this new route are as follows:
|Miami – Monterrey *||Monterrey – Miami *|
|AM425||3:25 p.m.||5:11 p.m.||Daily||AM424||9:00 a.m.||2:25 p.m.||Daily|
* Times are published in local time and are subject to change without notice.
In announcing this new route, Anko van der Werff – Aeromexico’s Chief Revenue Officer, said “The launch of operations from Monterrey to Miami is an integral part of the plan to strengthen our second largest hub in Mexico during 2015. Miami will thus become our ninth international destination served by this airport, making us the number one choice for customers requiring a quick and easy connection to the United States from cities such as Aguascalientes, Bajio-Leon, Chihuahua, Ciudad Juarez, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, Puebla, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Tampico and Toluca.
Aeromexico thus continues working to provide more and better flight connection options both in Mexico and abroad. Monterrey now serves 25 domestic and international destinations, including new routes recently announced to Torreon in Mexico, Tokyo in Asia, and Houston and New York City in the United States.
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