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Aeroméxico announces five new routes from AIFA to add eight

Aeroméxico will increase its route offer from Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) from three to eight. The airline announced in a statement that as of August 15 it will operate flights to Cancun, Oaxaca, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Acapulco, in addition to maintaining the three current routes to Puerto Vallarta, Villa Hermosa and Mérida.

Last week, the airline announced that it planned to increase its number of operations at the new airport, after it became known that the Federal Government had reached an agreement with the airlines to migrate 100 operations from the Mexico City International Airport to the AIFA.

Seat supply during August will be close to 50,000, which represents more than 400% growth compared to current supply.

For the second half of September, Veracruz will be added as a ninth destination and an increase in frequencies will be made on three of the routes. Once this happens, Aeroméxico will be carrying out 900 monthly arrival and departure operations from AIFA with a monthly offer of more than 100,000 seats.

The airline said that by expanding its connectivity network to and from the metropolitan area of the Valley of Mexico, "customers will be able to choose the airport that fits their travel plans, either using the AIFA or the AICM."

The airline said that tickets for the new routes are now available for sale. With the addition of the five new routes, Aeroméxico will be operating 51 routes in the domestic market.

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