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Aeromexico Expands Global Network To Europe and Asia

The national airline of Mexico, Aeromexico, has announced plans to significantly extend its network by starting service from Mexico City to Rome, increasing its daily frequency to Madrid, and resuming its service to Tokyo.

With 54 weekly nonstop flights to five cities, including Madrid, London, Amsterdam, Paris, and now Rome, during the busiest summer months, this will be the airline's most significant schedule between Mexico and Europe.

Starting on March 25, 2023, Aeromexico will fly to Rome and resume service to Asia through a daily nonstop flight to Tokyo, both from Mexico City. In addition, starting March 27, Aeromexico will increase frequencies to Madrid from both Monterrey and Guadalajara, first with five weekly flights, increasing to daily on June 1.

Additionally, Aeromexico is increasing its frequency in each market from three times weekly to daily operations by June 1st due to the popularity of its Guadalajara - Madrid and Monterrey - Madrid routes. On March 27th, the frequencies will rise from three to five weekly, and on June 1st, they will rise to daily.

Twenty flights per week by Aeromexico connect Mexico and Spain from Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey. There will be 28 weekly flights from those three cities to Spain by June 2023.

With the addition of the new flights, Aeromexico's service to Europe will grow by more than 20% as compared to the summer of 2022, operating 54 Mexico-Europe frequency weekly. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is being used to conduct the most comprehensive service that Aeromexico has ever provided between Mexico and Europe.

Aeromexico will operate more than 100 domestic and international routes by March 2023. The United States, Canada, Central America, South America, Asia, and Europe are currently included in its destination network. The operating fleet of the group consists of Embraer 190 aircraft and Boeing 787 and 737 jets.

Aeromexico has a strong commitment to expand its global network and connect more people with Mexico. The new destinations announced by the airline will give travelers more options for travel between Asia and Mexico, as well as Europe and North America. This means that more people will be able to visit these regions without having to go through US airports like LAX or JFK in New York City.


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