Aeromexico resumes both national and international flights

Aeromexico announced the reopening and increase of flights from June 1st, in its domestic and international destinations, after 80% of its fleet was kept on the ground in the last two months due to global protection measures to prevent contagion of Covid-19 (coronavirus).

Aeromexico resuming national and international flights.
Aeromexico resuming national and international flights.

Destination Aguascalientes, Leon, Queretaro, and San Luis Potosi will resume operations on June 8th with seven weekly flights; to Campeche, Ciudad Obregon, Durango, Los Mochis, Matamoros, Minatitlan, Nuevo Laredo, Tampico, and Veracruz will operate four weekly flights from June 1st to 15th, which will increase to five weekly flights from June 16th to 30th.

Flights to Cancun will have 17 weekly frequencies from June 1 to 15, which will increase to 22 weekly flights from June 16 to 30; Chihuahua will be operated 10 weekly flights from June 1 to 15, which will be 12 weekly flights from June 16 to 30.

From AICM to Ciudad del Carmen, Culiacán, Oaxaca, and Torreón six weekly flights will be operated from 1 to 15 June. They will increase to seven weekly flights from June 16 to 30.

Flights to Ciudad Juarez with seven weekly flights will be operated from June 1 to 15 and will increase to 10 weekly flights from June 16 to 30; frequencies to Guadalajara will be 17 weekly from June 1 to 15 and will increase to 19 weekly flights from June 16 to 30.

Flights to Hermosillo are scheduled for eight weekly flights from June 1 to 15 and 11 weekly flights from June 16 to 30; while flights to La Paz, Los Cabos, and Puerto Vallarta are scheduled for three weekly flights from June 1 to 15 and four weekly flights from June 16 to 30.

From AICM to Mazatlán, Aeroméxico will operate five weekly flights from June 1 to 15, and six weekly flights from June 16 to 30; to Mérida there will be 14 weekly flights from June 1 to 15, and 17 weekly flights from June 16 to 30.

Flights to Mexicali and Reynosa are scheduled to be five weekly flights from June 1 to 15, and seven weekly flights from June 16 to 30; while to Monterrey there will be 21 weekly flights from June 1 to 15, increasing to 24 weekly flights from June 16 to 30.

The AICM-Tapachula route will have weekly flights from June 1 to 15, with 11 weekly flights from June 16 to 30; Tijuana will operate 16 weekly flights from June 1 to 15, 18 weekly flights from June 16 to 30.

From AICM to Tuxtla Gutierrez there will be 10 weekly flights from June 1 to 15, and 11 weekly flights from June 16 to 30; while to Villahermosa there will be 12 weekly flights during June; and flights to the destinations of Acapulco, Ixtapa, Morelia, Huatulco, Manzanillo, and Zacatecas are suspended until further notice.

In domestic destinations with origin in Monterrey frequencies will be, six weekly flights during June to Guadalajara; 21 weekly flights from June 1 to 15 and 24 weekly flights from June 16 to 30 to the AICM; while flights to Cancun, Chihuahua, Hermosillo, Leon, Puebla, Queretaro, and San Luis Potosi will be suspended.

Domestic flights from Guadalajara will have 17 flights a week from June 1-15 to the AICM and will increase to 19 weekly flights from June 16-30; to Monterrey, there will be six flights a week during June; to Tijuana, there will be 12 weekly flights from June 1-15 and 14 weekly flights from June 16-30.

Regarding international flights, the airline reported that flights between Mexico and Asia will have the following frequencies: Seoul (ICN) is suspended until May 31st and resumes operations on June 1st with a weekly flight; while flights to Tokyo (NRT) are suspended until June 30th and will resume operations on July 1st.

For flights to Europe, Aeromexico reported that flights to Amsterdam (AMS) and Paris (CDG) will operate one flight per week; to Madrid (MAD) one flight per week will be operated until May 31st, which will increase to two flights per week on June 1st, and will grow to three flights per week on June 15th; while flights to Barcelona (BCN) and London (LHR) are suspended until June 30th and will resume operations on July 1st.

Flights to the U.S. from AICM to Houston (IAH) operate four flights per week; to New York (JFK), three flights per week, which on June 15 will increase to four flights per week; to Los Angeles (LAX) currently three flights per week, which on June 1 will increase to five flights per week, and on June 15 will increase to five flights per week.

From AICM to Chicago (ORD) flights are suspended until May 31 and will resume on June 1 with three flights per week; to Miami (MIA) and San Antonio (SAT) flights are suspended until June 14, resuming operations on June 15 with three flights per week.

AICM-Orlando flights are suspended until June 14 and resume operations on June 15 with two flights per week; flights to Austin (AUS), Dallas/Ft Worth (DFW), Denver (DEN), Las Vegas (LAS), San Francisco (SFO) and Seattle (SEA) are suspended until June 30 and resume operations on July 1.

Aeromexico flights departing from Monterrey to Detroit (DTW), New York (JFK), Las Vegas (LAS), and Los Angeles (LAX) are suspended until June 30th and resume on July 1st.

Departing from Guadalajara to Los Angeles (LAX) is suspended until May 31 and resumes operations on June 1 with two weekly flights; to Chicago (ORD), Fresno (FAT), Sacramento (SMF), Salt Lake City (SLC) and San Francisco (SFO) are suspended until June 30 and resume operations on July 1.

Departing from Leon, Guanajuato the flight to Detroit (DTW) is suspended until June 30 and resumes operations on July 1; while departing from Queretaro to Detroit (DTW) is suspended until June 30 and resumes operations on July 1.

Flights to Canada via Vancouver (YVR) will have one weekly flight until May 31, increasing to three weekly flights starting June 1, and five weekly flights on June 15; while flights to Montreal (YUL) and Toronto (YYZ) are suspended until May 31 and will resume operations on June 1 with two weekly flights, increasing to three weekly flights on June 15.

With regard to flights to the Caribbean and Central America, Aeromexico reported that flights to Havana (HAV) and Santo Domingo (SDQ) will remain suspended until 30 June and will resume on 1 July.

While flights to San Pedro Sula (SAP) will be suspended until 31 May, resuming operations on 1 June with two flights a week; San Salvador (SAL) will maintain suspended flights until 7 June, resuming operations on 8 June with two flights a week; San José (SJO) suspends until 14 June and resumes operations on 15 June with two flights per week; Guatemala (GUA) and Managua (MGA) are suspended until 30 June and will resume operations on 1 July; while the flight to Panama (PTY) remains canceled with no resumption date.

Flights to South America, specifically to Lima (LIM), Quito (UIO), Santiago de Chile (SCL) and Sao Paulo (GRU) are suspended until June 30 and will resume on July 1; while flights to Bogota (BOG), Buenos Aires (EZE) and Medellin (MDE) are suspended until August 31 and will resume on September 1.