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New air routes announced from Mérida and Chichén Itzá

by Yucatan Times
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The airline company Aerus founded just a year ago, will operate starting on May 13 three new routes that will connect Yucatán with other states.

The new routes will connect Mérida with Villahermosa, Mérida with Cancún and Chichén Itzá with Cozumel, flying with daily frequencies and using new twin-engine Cessna Gran Caravan EXs, with capacities of 9 and 12 passengers.

As announced at a press conference in the Yucatecan capital, the new routes are part of the business strategy designed by Aerus as part of its national expansion.

It was said that the aim is to offer a comfortable, punctual, and efficient service in air transfers in the fastest-growing regions of Mexico.

With the Mérida-Cancún and Mérida-Villahermosa routes, Aerus joins the 8 airlines that operate at the International Airport of the Yucatecan capital, which connects it with 20 destinations.

For its part, the Chichén Itzá-Cozumel route seeks to detonate the market of potential passengers who arrive on the Mexican Caribbean island via cruise ships to transport them to the Yucatecan archaeological zone.

The airline, which plans to close the year with seven aircraft, two more than those it currently operates, has already transported nearly 21 thousand passengers in 4,385 operations.

Likewise, it anticipates that on July 1 it will be opening two new routes in the region, with Mérida-Chetumal and Chetumal-Cancún flights.

TYT Newsroom

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