Aeromexico Adds Five More US Routes

by Anthony Losanno
Aeromexico Plane

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As I wrote about earlier this month, Aeromexico is building its flights to the US back up. Mexico returned to the highest FAA safety category (Category 1) last month after two years of being downgraded (more about this here) and Mexican airlines are starting to file new routes and resume others that were paused. Aeromexico just added five new routes to its network serving the US from Mexico City (both airports).

Mexico City

Mexico City International Airport (MEX)

The largest and most popular airport in Mexico City for international flights is getting new service to two cities. New flights will operate with Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Note: Delta Air Lines and United Airlines also offer these routes nonstop to their respective hubs. New routes include:

  • Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) (daily; starts on July 1st)
  • Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) (daily; starts on July 1st)

Aeromexico E190

Aeropuerto Internacional Felipe Ángeles (NLU)

The newest airport in Mexico City, Aeropuerto Internacional Felipe Ángeles (NLU), opened in 2022. It does not have the myriad selection of flights that MEX offers, but it’s growing quickly. New flights will operate with Embraer E190 aircraft. New routes include:

  • Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) (daily; starts on March 21st)
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) (daily; starts on March 22nd)
  • McAllen International Airport (MFE) (daily; starts on February 1st)

Anthony’s Take: As I said in previous posts, lots of new and returning flights connecting Mexico and the United States will continue to pop up now that the FAA safety category is back up to 1.

(Image Credits: Aeromexico and SkyTeam.)

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