Aeromexico started connecting Mexico City with Managua, Nicaragua, operating six weekly flights making this the carrier’s fifth destination in Central America.
As of March 2015, the airline will begin to serve the Medellin and Mexico City route four
times a week, operated on the Boeing 737 aircraft, thus making this the second destination the carrier serves in Colombia. Aeromexico will operate daily flights from June 2015.
May 14, 2015 marks the date on which Aeromexico adds Panama to its growing network; its 16th destination in Latin America, thanks to the importance of tourism and trade
activities represented in the region.
A new service to Boston and Mexico City was recently announced, operating six weekly flights, in response to the academic and tourist demand for this city. It’s the 16 destination the carrier offers to visitors in North America.
Aeromexico will also begin connecting Mexico City and Toronto, with daily flights starting on the 4th of May, 2015. The airline confirms its commitment to provide new and improved network connectivity with its world-class service to more than 80 destinations worldwide.
Finally, Aeromexico announced additional flights on the London to Mexico City route, offering four weekly flights instead of three as of April 2015, and will increase to five flights per week in June, 2015. Aeromexico continues to work hard, providing a range of improved connectivity options between various cities in Europe and Mexico, as the airline increases presence across both continents.
Source: Aeromexico Newletter.