Aeromexico will have direct flights to Amsterdam starting May 2016

Aeromexico Boeing 787 Dreamliner (Photo: Aeromexico)

Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, recently announced that they will begin offering three weekly nonstop flights between Mexico City and Amsterdam starting on May 29, 2016. Amsterdam will be the carrier’s fourth destination in Europe.

This new route will be operated using Boeing 787 aircraft with 243 seat capacity, including 32 seats in Clase Premier, Aeromexico’s Business Class Cabin. The Dreamliner is considered one of the most advanced commercial aircraft in the skies, offering benefits that include extra legroom, more storage space for carry-on bags, bigger windows that can be dimmed at the touch of a button, personal entertainment system, Sky Interiors LED lighting, and new in-flight menu services.

Anko van der Werff, Aeromexico’s Chief Revenue Officer, said, “Aeromexico is extremely proud to add Amsterdam to its European route network. The Netherlands is Mexico’s fourth largest trading partner in the European Union, and nowadays, an average of 200,000 passengers travel between the two capital cities annually.”

“With this flight, Aeromexico will be able to offer a quality service to all of its customers traveling from the Netherlands on board our Boeing 787 aircraft with greater connectivity options to the main cities in Mexico, such as Guadalajara, Monterrey, and Puerto Vallarta, and in Central and South America, including San Jose, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama.”

One of the key factors in establishing this new route is Amsterdam’s status as a major SkyTeam hub where KLM offers a significant number of flights within Europe. Aeromexico is a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance.

Aeromexico Boeing 787 Dreamliner (Photo: Aeromexico)
Aeromexico Boeing 787 Dreamliner (Photo: Aeromexico)

Aeromexico is proud to crown the year 2015 by announcing the addition of a new route, just as it did at the beginning of this year, thus allowing the airline to increase the economic, commercial and tourist exchange between the two nations, as well as the number of passengers carried between Mexico and Europe.




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