Published On: Thu, May 25th, 2017

Atlanta-Merida flight among new routes proposed by Delta-Aeromexico

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The new joint venture between Delta and Aeromexico could begin five U.S-Mexico routes in the fall, including an Atlanta-Merida flight.

Pending government approval, Delta and Aeromexico will jointly schedule and operate flights between Atlanta and Merida; Atlanta and Queretaro; Los Angeles and Leon; Seattle and Mexico City; and Portland and Mexico City.

The carriers didn’t give precise starting dates or frequencies for the flights.

One of the world's busiest airports, Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson would offer service to Merida if Delta-Aeromexico's proposal secures government approval. (PHOTO:

One of the world’s busiest airports, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson would offer service to Merida if Delta-Aeromexico’s proposal secures government approval. (PHOTO:

Delta and Aeromexico also said they would expand service between Los Angeles and Los Cabos; New York and Cancun; Atlanta and Leon; and Atlanta and Guadalajara.

By the end of the year, the carriers said they would increase transborder seat capacity by 10%.

The Merida-Atlanta flights could start Dec. 1, subject to government approvals, according to the airlines.

The new flights would be on Embraer E190 jets.


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