AeroMexico (Mexico City) has announced the beginning of its new nonstop flight between Mexico City and Vancouver starting on December 9, 2015, as the third destination the carrier serves in Canada, together with Toronto and Montreal.
Passengers will be able to fly to Vancouver from Mexico City on the carrier’s Boeing 737-700 aircraft with 124 seats, 12 in Clase Premier, Aeromexico’s Business Class cabin, with the following flight schedules:
Vancouver – Mexico City*
AM697 11:20 p.m. – 07:00 a.m. Daily
Mexico City – Vancouver*
AM696 06:00 p.m. – 10:05 p.m. Daily
*Times are published in local time and are subject to change without notice.
Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-752 EI-DRD (msn 35117) completes the final approach to the runway at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
AeroMexico (Mexico City) has announced the beginning of its new service from Mexico City to the cities of Ontario and Sacramento, California, starting on April 5 and 6 of this year, respectively.
AeroMexico will operate four weekly flights to Ontario and three weekly flights to Sacramento, operated with Boeing 737 jet airliners with 124 passenger seats — 12 in Clase Premier, the AeroMexico Business Class Cabin:
These flights are in addition to the five weekly flights to Sacramento and four weekly flights to Ontario that AM currently offers from Guadalajara.
AeroMexico currently operates 10 different routes serving five destinations in California.
Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-752 N908AM (msn 30038) arrives in Las Vegas in the now old 1999 livery.
Sun Country Airlines (Minneapolis/St. Paul) is expanding in the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America this coming winter with new seasonal service. The airline will start weekly service from MSP to St. Maarten (December 20 through April 4), Manzanillo (January 8 through April 2) and Rio Hato (near Panama City) December 26 through April 3 per Airline Route.
Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-752 N714SY (msn 33786) taxies at Los Angeles.
AeroMexico (Mexico City) issued the following financial statement for the first quarter:
Grupo Aeromexico S.A.B de C.V. (AeroMexico) reported its unaudited consolidated results for the first quarter 2014:
Grupo Aeromexico reported total revenues of $9.777 billion pesos; a 6.6% year-on-year increase.
The cost of available seat kilometers (CASK) excluding fuel decreased 3.6% year-on-year in the first quarter 2014, representing the fifth consecutive quarter with a year-on-year decrease in this indicator.
First quarter 2014 EBITDAR reached $1.393 billion pesos, with a 14.2% margin. Operating income was $31 million pesos.
Grupo Aeromexico reported a net loss of $90 million pesos ($6.8 million) in the first quarter 2014, which compares favorably to the net loss of $122 million pesos ($9.3 million) reported in the first quarter of 2013.
Grupo Aeromexico retired two Boeing 737-700 from its fleet, both under a pure lease agreement. Grupo Aeromexico’s operating fleet therefore consisted of 115 aircraft as of March 31, 2014.
First quarter load factor reached 79.3%; a 5.8 percentage point increase compared to the first quarter of 2013.
Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-752 XA-MAH (msn 35122) with the special “Club Premier Credit Card” advertising markings prepares to land at Los Angeles International Airport.
AeroMexico (Mexico City) has announced the launch of its fourth daily seasonal flight between Miami and Mexico City as of April 11.
Below are the carrier’s schedules for this city pair:
Miami – Mexico City*
Mexico City – Miami*
* Times published are local to each country and are subject to change without notice.
**New seasonal flight.
All four daily flights will be operated with Boeing 737-700 aircraft configured with 124 seats, including 12 seats in AeroMexico’s Clase Premier front cabin, and will depart from Terminal H at the Miami International Airport. The terminal features benefits such as electronic check-in terminals and restaurants located close to the boarding gates.
Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-752 XA-GMV (msn 35118) arrives at Miami International Airport (MIA) with a special promotional Los Cabos logo.
AeroMexico (Mexico City) has announced its new and exclusive Concierge service.
Passengers can purchase the service when booking their flights, for just $15 USD, to enhance their travel experience both in Mexico and abroad. The AeroMexico Concierge Service provides entertainment schedules, reservations, recommendations, locations, purchases, and other topics of interest related to
Business and meeting logistics
International Financial Indicators
Procedures and requirements (visas, passports, etc.)
Computer and telephone locations
Hospitals and Emergency Rooms
The AeroMexico Concierge service is available 48 hours prior to departure and three months thereafter.
To get this service from within Mexico call 01 800 000 4759, from the U.S. call 1 855 208 6726 from Mexico City and the rest of the world * +52 (55) 5809 4759.
In other news, AeroMexico reported a 18.8 percent increase in passengers for the month of January compared to the previous January.
Copyright Photo: Jay Selman/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-752 EI-DRE (msn 35787) with a special logo promoting the Banamex VISA card arrives in Las Vegas.
AeroMexico (Mexico City) has applied to the Corporacion Quiport, the company operating the concession for Mariscal Sucre International Airport, its new proposed new daily service to Quito from Mexico City.
The new route will be flown with Boeing 737-700 aircraft, with a capacity for 124 passengers, 12 in First Class.
AeroMexico is proposing the following schedule:
Quito – Mexico City
Mexico City – Quito
*Schedules are published in the local time of each country, and are subject to change without prior notice.
In other news, AeroMexico and Gogo, the world leader of in-flight connectivity and a pioneer in wireless in-flight digital entertainment solutions, announced today that they have agreed on the principal terms and conditions relating to providing in-flight Internet and wireless in-flight entertainment service – Gogo Vision – on at least 75 aircraft.
Copyright Photo: Eddie Maloney/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-752 WL XA-VAM (msn 34295) lands at Las Vegas still painted in the old 1999 livery.