Aeroméxico reported on adjustments to its national and international routes, with some connections that will resume operations from June
Aeroméxico reported on the adjustments to their national and international routes, with some connections that will resume operations from June, after the conclusion of the National Day of Healthy Distance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about the reopening of routes and increase in flights that we will have from June to make that trip that cannot wait: https://t.co/aZCNxjnQ4x pic.twitter.com/mGyu3TJ3X0
– aeromexico (@Aeromexico) May 25, 2020
From June 1 the airline will operate flights from Mexico City to Campeche, Ciudad Obregón, Durango, Los Mochis, Matamoros, Minatitlán, Nuevo Laredo, Tampico, Veracruz, Cancún, Chihuahua, Ciudad del Carmen, Culiacán, Oaxaca, Torreón, Ciudad Juárez, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, La Paz, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán, Mérida, Mexicali, Reynosa, Monterrey, Tapachula, Tijuana, Tuxtla Gutiérrez and Villahermosa.
Flights to Aguascalientes, León, Querétaro and San Luis Potosí will restart operations on June 8; while the connections with Acapulco, Ixtapa, Morelia, Huatulco, Manzanillo and Zacatecas do not have a restart date.
From Monterrey, Nuevo León, from June there will be flights available to Guadalajara and Mexico City. Trips to Cancun, Chihuahua, Hermosillo, León, Puebla, Querétaro and San Luis Potosí do not have a restart date.
Further, from GuadalajaraStarting June 1, flights to Mexico City, Monterrey and Tijuana can be taken.
Over the international flights to and from Mexico City, Aeroméxico reported that from June 1 there will be flights available to Seoul, while to Japan operations will resume on July 1.
As for the connections with Europe, pointed out that a weekly flight operates to Amsterdam, Paris and Madrid; for the latter destination it will be increased to two weekly flights on June 1. However, routes with Barcelona and London will resume until July 1.
Toward United States, indicated that Houston operates four weekly flights, while New York and Los Angeles operate three weekly flights, which will increase in the following weeks.
Flights to Chicago will resume until June 1, while operations to Miami and San Antonio and Orlando will resume until June 15.
Flights to Austin, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Seattle will resume until July 1.
Toward CanadaCurrently, a weekly flight to Vancouver is operated, while to Montreal and Toronto, operations will resume on June 1.
Toward Central America, flights to San Pedro Sula will resume on June 1, while to San Salvador on June 8, to San José on June 15, to Guatemala and Managua on July 1, and to Panama, the route will not restart.
Flights to Havana and Santo Domingo, in the Caribbean, will resume operations on July 1.
Toward South America, flights to Lima, Quito, Santiago de Chile and Sao Paulo will restart on July 1; while Bogotá, Buenos Aires and Medellín will resume until September 1.
From Guadalajara, flights to Los Angeles will resume on June 1, while flights to Chicago, Fresno, Sacramento, Salt Lake City and San Francisco will resume until July 1.
From León and Querétaro, connections to Detroit will restart from July 1.
Finally, from Monterrey, flights to Detroit, New York, Las Vegas and Los Angeles will resume until July 1.