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.
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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