Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, announced that it will begin to operate four weekly flights between Mexico City and Los Angeles with its Boeing 787 Dreamliner as of April 5th, 2015.
The flight schedules served with the most modern aircraft of the 21st century are listed as follows:
Mexico City-Los Angeles* Los Angeles-Mexico City*
AM019 10:30 a.m. 12:35 p.m. Monday,
Sunday AM647 2:20 p.m. 7:55 p.m. Monday,
*Times are published in local time and are subject to changes without notice.
Aeromexico’s Chief Revenue Officer, Anko van der Werff said, “We want our passengers to enjoy a better travel experience with the addition of the Boeing 787 on the Mexico City-Los Angeles -which is the route in which we offer more frequencies in the US and that we have flown for almost 60 years- while significantly increasing our seat and cargo capacity between these cities.”
Aeromexico continues to strengthen its presence in Los Angeles, with increasing 10 percent in our weekly offer of seats with regard to the five daily flights from Mexico City, two nonstop and direct daily flights from Guadalajara and one from Hermosillo, providing more and better connectivity, transportation and cargo options.
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