Aeromexico Resumes Service to Seoul Incheon International Airport in August

by Anthony Losanno
Aeromexico 787

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South Korea is getting a lot of love from the airlines lately. Last week, I wrote about how SWISS is adding flights between Zurich Airport (ZRH) and Seoul Incheon International Airport (ICN) in May. Aeromexico has now announced that it will also resume flights from Mexico City International Airport (MEX) in August.

The daily flight will operate from Mexico City International Airport (MEX) with a stopover on the outbound in Monterrey International Airport (MTY). It will operate nonstop to Seoul Incheon International Airport (ICN) on the return. These flights will be operated by a Boeing 787 with 32 Premier Class, 27 AM Plus, and 184 Main Cabin seats.


This is the second destination in Asia that Aeromexico has recently launched. Daily flights between Mexico City International Airport (MEX) and Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT) have already started (with some random blackout dates).

Anthony’s Take: I loved Seoul when we went. Amazing food, culture, and lots to see and do. It’s great to see some new and returning routes.

(Featured Image Credit: Aeromexico.)

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