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Aeroméxico Offers Discount Trips to Seoul to Celebrate World Cup Success

The Mexican national carrier, Aeroméxico, is offering a 20 percent discount on flights to South Korean capital Seoul after their national team sensationally saved their blushes at the FIFA World Cup in Russia, on Wednesday. South Korea's unexpected 2-0 win over reigning champions Germany ensured Mexico qualified for the next round, despite nearly stumbling at the last hurdle. The offer begins on July 1 and runs until Feb. 28 next year. For those who aren't football (soccer) fans, it's important here…

Aeromexico Adds New Detroit Route, Flies Final 777 Flight

Aeromexico will begin nonstop flights between Leon (BJX) and Detroit (DTW) from April 30, in cooperation with its SkyTeam alliance partner Delta Air Lines. The daily roundtrip flights between the Motor City and the Central Mexican city of Leon will be operated by one of Aeromexico Connect’s 46 Embraer 190…

Aeromexico Receives First Boeing 737 MAX 8

Aeromexico joined the ever-growing fraternity of airlines around the world that have received their first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The long-awaited delivery comes six years after the airline placed the order for the MAX in 2012 when the concept for this type of aircraft was a revolutionary idea. Wednesday’s delivery…

Hainan Airlines Announces New Flights to Mexico

China's Hainan Airlines has announced flights from Beijing to Mexico City, with a technical stop in Tijuana, beginning on March 21, 2018. The flight will operate three times weekly and be serviced by the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, the airline's aircraft of choice for long ranges flights to North America due…

Two Ultra-Low-Cost Carriers Connect With New Codeshare Agreement

Codeshare agreements, which allow airlines to sell tickets on partner airlines, are commonplace among the world's airlines as they allow better connectivity and more options for passengers. Ultra-low-cost-carriers (ULCC), however, have resisted these agreements with major airlines, as they don't greatly benefit from them due to their ultra-low fares and…

TBT (Throwback Thursday) in Aviation History: Aero California

The 1960s saw the success of various domestic airlines in Mexico. With numerous successes among airlines taking hold in the country, new airlines started to look for cities to make their name outside of Mexico City. One of the new airlines to launch was Aero California in 1960. The airline…