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Aeromexico Airlines
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Aeromexico Airlines Information

Aeromexico Airlines IATA
AM
Aeromexico Airlines ICAO
AMX
Aeromexico Airlines Callsign
AEROMEXICO
Founded 1934 (as Aeronaves de México)
Hubs
  • Mexico City International Airport
Focus cities
  • Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport
  • General Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport
  • General Mariano Escobedo International Airport
Frequent flyer program Club Premier
Member lounge Salón Premier
Alliance SkyTeam
Fleet size 46 (18 orders)
Destinations 44
Parent company Grupo Financiero Banamex
Company slogan Vamos por el mundo (Travel the world)
Headquarters Mexico City, Mexico
Key people Andrés Conesa Labastida (CEO)
Website www.aeromexico.com

Aeromexico Airlines History

Aerovias de Mexico, S.A. de C.V., working as Aero Mexico, an airline in Mexico found in Mexico City, Mexico. The Aero Mexico is counted as the most prompt airline on the globe. It operates planned international services and domestic services to Europe, Canada, Asia, USA, South America and Central America. Its main bottom is Mexico City International Airport, with derivative hubs at General Ignacio Pesqueira Garcia International Airport in Hermosillo and General Mariano Escobedo International Airport, Monterrey. Aero Mexico is the simply Latin American airline which flies to Asia, and it was the single airline in Mexico with programmed services to Europe, until Mexicana begins its Mexico City to London's Gatwick service in the month of January 2009 and the Aero Mexico was one of beginning members of the Sky Team.

Aero Mexico controls a navy of Embraer ERJ-190, Boeing 737, McDonnell Douglas MD-80, and Embraer EMB-145 narrow-body airliners on petite and medium-haul route, as Boeing 767, and Boeing 777 wide-bodies for long-haul target. The Aero Mexico Group comprises Aero Mexico Travel (charter division), Aero Mexico Connect (regional subsidiary), and Aero Mexico mainline, which mutually hold 24.8% of household market share, becoming México's leading household airline, and 12.8% of the international market share, positioning the airline in the 2nd position after Mexicana. And the Aero Mexico, Aero Mexico Travel and Aero Mexico Connect jointly work a sum of 650 daily flights to 84 destinations on 4 continents, with a worldwide fleet of 96 airplanes.

Aeromexico Airlines Destinations

In an effort to increase more global presence and make stronger its network to create links easier and more common, Aero Mexico has begun to expand novel international markets. And the beginning in 2006 the airline began procedures to Tokyo from Mexico City through Tijuana. And service to Shanghai from Mexico City through Tijuana started after a year in 2007.  Flight to Shanghai were stopped in April of 2009 because of the swine flu eruption in Mexico however it will start again in April 2010.

Aeromexico Airlines Destinations

Aeromexico Airlines Destinations in Asia

  • China
    • Shanghai - Shanghai Pudong International Airport [resumes April 2]
  • Japan
    • Tokyo - Narita International Airport

Aeromexico Airlines Destinations in Europe

  •  
    • Paris - Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport
  • France
  • Spain
    • Barcelona - Barcelona El Prat Airport
    • Madrid - Barajas Airport

Aeromexico Airlines Destinations in North America

  • Canada
    • Montreal - Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
    • Toronto - Toronto Pearson International Airport
  • Mexico
    • Aguascalientes
      • Aguascalientes - Lic. Jesús Terán Peredo International Airport
    • Baja California
      • Tijuana - General Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport Focus City
    • Baja California Sur
      • San José del Cabo - Los Cabos International Airport
    • Coahuila
      • Torreón - Francisco Sarabia International Airport
    • Chihuahua
      • Chihuahua - General Roberto Fierro Villalobos International Airport
      • Ciudad Juárez - Abraham González International Airport
    • Federal District
      • Mexico City - Mexico City International Airport Hub
    • Guanajuato
      • León - Del Bajío International Airport
    • Guerrero
      • Acapulco - General Juan N. Álvarez International Airport
    • Jalisco
      • Guadalajara - Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport Secondary Hub
      • Puerto Vallarta - Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport
    • Nuevo León
      • Monterrey - General Mariano Escobedo International Airport Secondary Hub
    • Quintana Roo
      • Cancún - Cancún International Airport
    • Sinaloa
      • Culiacán - Federal de Bachigualato International Airport
    • Sonora
      • Hermosillo - General Ignacio Pesqueira Garcia International Airport
    • Tabasco
      • Villahermosa - Carlos Rovirosa Pérez International Airport
    • Yucatán
      • Mérida - Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport
  • United States
    • Albuquerque - Albuquerque International Sunport
    • Chicago - O'Hare International Airport
    • Denver - Denver International Airport [seasonal]
    • Houston - George Bush Intercontinental Airport
    • Las Vegas - McCarran International Airport
    • Los Angeles - Los Angeles International Airport
    • Miami - Miami International Airport
    • New Orleans - Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
    • New York City - John F. Kennedy International Airport
    • Ontario - LA/Ontario International Airport
    • Orlando - Orlando International Airport
    • Phoenix - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
    • San Antonio - San Antonio International Airport
    • San Diego - San Diego International Airport
    • San Francisco - San Francisco International Airport
    • Seattle/Tacoma - Seattle-Tacoma International Airport [seasonal]

Aeromexico Airlines Destinations in South America

  • Argentina
    • Buenos Aires - Ministro Pistarini International Airport
  • Brazil
    • São Paulo - Guarulhos International Airport
  • Chile
    • Santiago de Chile - Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport
  • Peru
    • Lima - Jorge Chávez International Airport

Aeromexico Airlines Former destinations

  • Canada - Vancouver
  • France - Paris-Orly
  • Germany - Frankfurt
  • Italy - Rome
  • United States – Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Dallas, Detroit, El Paso, Fort Lauderdale, Salt Lake City, Tucson

Aeromexico Airlines Fleet

Aircraft In
Service
Passengers
(Premier/Economy)
Aeromexico Airlines Routes
Boeing 737-700 31 124 (12/112) Domestic/International short-medium haul
Mexico and USA
Boeing 737-800 6 150 (24/126) Domestic/International short-medium haul
Mexico and USA
Boeing 767-200ER 3 181 (21/160) Domestic/International long haul
Paris, Barcelona,Tijuana,Santiago De Chile And Lima
Boeing 767-300ER 2 209 (21/188)

212 (30/182)

Domestic/International long haul
Barcelona,Buenos Aires,Cancun,Paris,Santiago De Chile And Lima
Boeing 777-200ER 4 268 (49/219)

277 (49/228)

Domestic/International long haul
Madrid, São Paulo, Buenos Aires and Tokyo.
Boeing 787-8 0   International long haul
Total 46    

Aeromexico Airlines Retired Fleet

  • Stinson SR Reliant
  • Travel Air
  • Bellanca Pacemaker
  • Beechcraft 17 Staggerwing
  • Avro Anson
  • Boeing 247D
  • Lockheed Constellation
  • Bristol Britannia
  • Convair 340
  • Douglas DC-3
  • Douglas DC-4
  • Douglas DC-6
  • Douglas DC-8-51
  • Douglas DC-8-62
  • Douglas DC-8-63CF
  • McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15
  • McDonnell Douglas DC-9-31/32
  • McDonnell Douglas DC-10-15
  • McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
  • Boeing 757-200

Aeromexico Airlines Restricted Items & Baggage

  1. Bows and arrows
  2. Martial arts weapons
  3. Harpoons and other underwater weapons
  4. sharp objects
  5. Metal nail files
  6. Cutthroat razors
  7. Mountain climbing spikes, ice picks, punches
  8. Pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns, flare guns
  9. Oxygen tanks
  10. Alcohol in liquid, solid
  11. Enamel paint
  12. Vinyl paint
  13. Truncheons, flexible handle lead batons
  14. Leather whips
  15. Electric cattle prods
  16. Welding gun torches
  17. Portable electric drills and saws
  18. Items for heat welding
  19. Baseball bats, pool cues
  20. golf clubs, hockey sticks, cricket bats and skis

Aeromexico Airlines Baggage

Flights to / From Class of Service Number of Pieces Weight Limit Total Measurement Excess Baggage Details & Cost
Mexico and Central America Premier 2 70 lb
32 Kg
62 in
1.58m
By Weight
70-100 lb (33-45 Kg) - $100 USD + tax
By Piece
3-7 pieces - $100 USD + tax, each
By Volume
Over 62 in (1.58 m) - $100 USD + tax
Economy 1 50 lb
23 Kg
62 in
1.58m
South America and Asia Premier 3 70 lb
32 Kg
62 in
1.58m
By Weight
Over 70-100 lb (33-45 Kg) - $120 USD + tax
By Piece
4-7 pieces - $120 USD + tax, each
By Volume
Over 62 in (1.58 m) - $120 USD + tax
Economy 2 70 lb
32 Kg
62 in
1.58m
By Weight
Over 70-100 lb (33-45 Kg) - $120 USD + tax
By Piece
3-7 pieces - $120 USD + tax, each
By Volume
Over 62 in (1.58 m) - $120 USD + tax
Europe Premier 2 70 lb
32 Kg
62 in
1.58m
By Weight
Over 70-100 lb (33-45 Kg) - $120 USD + tax (75 EUR)
By Piece
3-7 pieces - $240 USD + tax, each (150 EUR)
By Volume
Over 62 in (1.58 m) - $240 USD + tax (150 EUR)
Economy 2 50 lb
23 Kg
62 in
1.58m
By Weight
50-70 lb (24-32 Kg) - $80 USD + tax (50 EUR)Over 70-100 lb (33-45 Kg) - $120 USD + tax
By Piece
3-7 pieces - $240 USD + tax, each (150 EUR)
By Volume
Over 62 in (1.58 m) - $240 USD + tax (150 EUR)
Within Mexico Premier 2 65 lb
30 Kg
62 in
1.58m
$ 10 USD per additional pound ($150.00 MXN)
Economy 1 55 lb
25 Kg
62 in
1.58m

Aeromexico Airlines Inflight Services

Aeromexico Airlines In-Flight Dining Aeromexico Airlines In-Flight Entertainment
Aeromexico Airlines Special Meal Options:
  •  
    1. Vegan Vegetarian
    2. Lacto Ovo Vegetarian
    3. Soft Food Diet
    4. Diabetic
    5. Low Calorie
    6. Low Cholesterol
    7. Sodium-free
    8. Seafood
    9. Children
    10. Fruit
    11. Kosher (international flights only)
  • Complimentary Bar
  • Nonalcoholic Beverages
  1. TV with LCD Monitors
  2. Music Systems
  3. movies, popular TV series and video games
  4. newspapers and popular magazines
  5. audio and video

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