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Aeroméxico Announces Its Alliance with Pricetravel Holding

Gran Plan de Aeroméxico, a platform that has been offering travel packages for more than 29 years, celebrates its alliance with PriceTravel Holding, one of the most important tourist groups in the market.

According to a press release, the Mexican carrier stated that with this new agreement, the airline will offer its customers more and better packages with different rates, using one of the safest and fastest travel platforms on the web.

PriceTravel Holding, with more than two decades of experience, stands out for having developed a technology of the highest level of efficiency and safety. The platform has a branded fare system that will allow Aeroméxico customers to choose the package that best suits their budget, offering more options accessible to users.

Rodrigo Sandoval Piemonte, Director of Grand Plan of Aeroméxico stated: “This new alliance with PriceTravel Holding allows us to renew our travel packages, which will be a more agile and competitive platform, with which we will continue improving the travel experience of our clients”.

”We are very excited about this new alliance with Aeroméxico, which we will strengthen the Gran Plan program through our technology platform and exclusive content, with high standards of service”, said Rafael Durand, COO of PriceTravel Holding.

Gran Plan Aeroméxico customers can purchase packages that include the air transport, lodging, car rental, tours and local activities in the same purchase, with exclusive rates and promotions.

Aeroméxico Joins Velas Resorts In Recognition Of Health Sector Workers

Velas Resorts achieved its goal initial gift of 300 nights with All Inclusive for professionals of health, as a token of appreciation for his extraordinary effort in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Will be selected 100 doctors who will be able to enjoy a stay at the Velas Vallarta complex.

In a press release, the Mexican carrier stated that In the “It’s time to thank” campaign, clients of Velas Resorts donated lodging nights, which made it possible to reach this result and Aeromexico joined the initiative, granting 50 round flights for doctors who will be chosen.

Last March, more than 350 nominations were gathered and during the month of April, the public is voting for the stories of the health heroes, to give them a chance to get an All-Inclusive stay of 4 days and 3 nights.

Juan Vela, Vice-President of Velas Resorts commented: “With this initiative, we want to thank the true heroes; the alliance with Aeroméxico reinforces the values ​​that as Mexican companies we share, as well as the commitment to our country”.

Adriana Prieto, Aeroméxico Sustainable Development Manager commented: “We congratulate Velas Resorts for this initiative that coincides with the values ​​of social responsibility that we have and we promote. Grupo Aeroméxico thanks all the doctors in Mexico and the world for their extraordinary work”.

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  • The three things Juan loves most about aviation are aircraft, airports, and traveling thousands of miles in just a few hours. What he enjoys the most about aviation is that it is easier and cheaper to travel around the world and this gives you the opportunity to visit places you thought were too far away. He has traveled to different destinations in North, Central, South America and Asia. Born, raised and still living in Perú, Juan is a lawyer, soccer lover, foodie, passionate traveler, dog lover, millennial and curious by nature.

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