EconomyFinancialAeroméxico will have a new flight from AIFA to...

Aeroméxico will have a new flight from AIFA to Puerto Vallarta

Aeroméxico announced its third flight from Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) to Puerto Vallarta, in addition to the two flights it has operated since March 21 to Mérida and Villahermosa. However, the new route will not have daily flights, in addition to the fact that the airline will reduce its frequencies to Villahermosa.

The airline will operate four weekly frequencies to Puerto Vallarta (where it will fly on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays) and will continue to offer daily flights to Mérida, but to Villahermosa it will reduce its daily flights to three weekly frequencies, which will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. .

At the Mexico City International Airport (AICM) the airline operates daily flights, and by May it will have 67 weekly flights to Mérida, 42 to Puerto Vallarta and 40 to Villahermosa.

“With these additions, between the operation of AICM and AIFA, Aeroméxico has a monthly offer of more than 223,000 seats to and from these destinations,” the company said in a statement.

“Aeroméxico flies with a new air and will continue its network expansion strategy to offer more and better options to its customers. By May, the airline will be operating 88 national and international routes”, it adds in the document.

Aeroméxico announces five new routes from AIFA to add eight

The airline announced that as of August 15 it will fly to Cancun, Oaxaca, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Acapulco. These routes will be added to the three currently offered.

Aeroméxico announces five new routes from AIFA to add eight

The airline announced that as of August 15 it will fly to Cancun, Oaxaca, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Acapulco. These routes will be added to the three currently offered.

Problems in the airspace will make it difficult for Mexico to recover Category 1

The lack of training and low salaries of air personnel were among the observations made by the FAA for more than a year.

Aeroméxico plane aborts landing due to saturation on AICM runway

The aircraft took flight again, at full power, just as it was about to land at the Mexico City International Airport. The pilot confirmed that it was due to saturation on the runway.

What does the migration of flights from AICM to AIFA imply? 3 graphics explain...

An agreement between the government and the airlines will freeze slot allocation at the AICM, while moving other flights entirely to the new airport.

More