With six flights a week starting June 1, Aeromexico announced a new direct route between Cancun and Guadalajara.
“Although it is possible to travel by connecting through Mexico City, taking into account the demand, the airline decided to open this route, featuring an Embraer 190 type aircraft with capacity for 110 passengers (99 tourist class and 11 premier seats)”, Adriana Aguilar Montalvo, Aeromexico’s Cancun district manager, said at a press conference.
“Although we have 16 daily flights to Mexico City, where travelers can connect to Guadalajara, the airline decided to open the direct flight from Cancun to Guadalajara, starting operations on Wednesday June 1 with one daily flight, except Tuesdays, when there will be no flight,” she said.
Aeroméxico has more than 600 daily flights to 45 domestic and 41 international destinations; it is also the only national airline covering continents, America, Europe and Asia.
As a founding member of SkyTeam, Aeromexico offers over one thousand destinations in 179 countries via 20 member airlines, through which passengers can get different benefits and enjoy 636 VIP lounges at airports around the world.
“The new flight will depart Cancun at 7:10 pm and arrive in Guadalajara, Jalisco at 9:50 pm; during July and August the average round trip rate will be $2,698 pesos ($149 USD) including taxes,” Aguilar Montalvo continued.
Departing from Guadalajara, Aeromexico offers 11 national and 6 international destinations, plus another 16 domestic and 6 foreign via Monterrey; including some shared with Delta Air Lines codes.
And it is through codesharing with Delta Air Lines, Alaska Airlines, Avianca, Copa Airlines and WestJet, that Aeromexico is able to offer full connectivity within countries such as the United States, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia and Peru.
Aguilar Montalvo added that the new direct flight Mexico City – Amsterdam will start next Monday May 23. And also a new daily flight between Guadalajara and Merida will start operating on Friday July 1, with aircraft tha holds up to 99 passengers.
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