Aeromexico Announces Third Destination From Mexico City‘s New Airport, Reverses…

Aeromexico recently announced a new destination out of Mexico City’s Felipe Ángeles Airport this past Friday — less than two weeks since the airport’s inauguration. Beginning May 1, the airline will fly to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico four times weekly from the new international airport. The new Puerto Vallarta, Mexico service,…

Mexico City’s New Felipe Ángeles Airport To Open Without Fixed…

One of the most speculated issues regarding Mexico City's newest airport, Felipe Ángeles Airport (AIFA - Aeropuerto Internacional de Felipe Ángeles) is its ground connectivity with the country's capital. This is the main challenge facing the new international airport located more than 25 miles away from the city center. Unfortunately,…

Omicron Hits Aeromexico, Cancels More Than 260 Flights in Four…

Aeromexico canceled more than 260 flights from Jan. 6-10 due to a highly contagious outbreak of Covid-19 that has spread amongst its pilots and flight attendants. According to the Mexican government's Consumer Protection Office (PROFECO) who provided the statistic, a high number of crew members on the sick list has…

Why Aeromexico Will Not Fly From Mexico City’s New International…

Aeromexico recently confirmed it would not operate from Mexico City's brand-new Felipe Ángeles International Airport, after much speculation whether the Mexican flag carrier would operate from the capital's newest airport once it opens in early 2022. The airline advised its decision was firm and that it would instead focus its…

Aeromexico Expands Route Map with Service to Two New Destinations

Aeromexico announced that it will begin service to two new destinations in Central America and the Caribbean from Mexico City starting in November. The Mexican flag carrier will begin flying to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic on Nov. 2, and Liberia, Costa Rica on Nov. 10. The service to the secondary cities…

Mexican Authorities Block Emirates’ Fifth Freedom for Barcelona Stop

In a largely expected ruling, the Mexican Transportation and Communications Committee (SCT) and the consortium administering Mexico City International Airport denied the request for fifth freedom rights that Emirates Airline filed for a route between Dubai and Mexico City, including a stop in Barcelona, Spain. The ruling prohibits Emirates to…