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Fly with Aeroméxico from AIFA

Aeroméxico flies from AIFA to four new cities in the Mexican Republic: Monterrey, Oaxaca, Acapulco and Guadalajara. The routes are available from the second half of August, so if visiting these places is among your plans, take the opportunity to make your reservations.

Felipe Ángeles International Airport has a unique attraction for travelers, its integrated by three historical spaces: the Military Aviation Museum, to learn interesting information about the history of the Mexican Air Force; the Mammoth Museum, with access to the largest collection in Latin America of paleontological remains of this species and the Cultural Historical Train, which has three wagons belonging to the last century, belonging to the Secretary of National Defense.

If you already have your plane tickets in hand and you wonder, what is the from different points of CDMX or the State of Mexico?, we recommend you visit the official AIFA website, where you will find precise instructions to do so.

What are the routes of Aeroméxico in the AIFA?

For its cities with more flights are Guadalajara and Monterrey, with 14 per week. However, the quota for the cities of Acapulco, Mérida, Puerto Vallarta and Oaxaca is 7 weekly flights per destination.

Undoubtedly, these new cities were chosen strategically, in accordance with the demand for flights to the interior of our country. As a traveler, you already have one more option to book with Aeroméxico and get to know beautiful beaches, a wide gastronomic offer, as well as to get to know magnificent natural landscapes.

Likewise, if you and your company members usually travel to cities like Guadalajara and Monterrey for business reasons, you can now book your next flights with attractive rates on the website

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