AeromexicoMexico City, Mexico
Mexico City, D.F.
Aeromexico, Boeing, and Mexico’s Airports and Auxiliary Services recently teamed up to develop sustainable biofuel in Mexico as part of a project supported by Mexico’s Sector Fund for Energy Sustainability. Read More »
Aeromexico will begin direct service three times a week between Mexico City and Amsterdam on May 29. "Aeromexico is extremely proud to add Amsterdam to its European route network,” Anko van der Werff said. “The Netherlands is Mexico's fourth-largest trading partner in the European Union, and nowadays, an average of 200,000 annual passengers travel between both capital cities." Read More »
Aeromexico will offer four non-stop flights a week from Mexico City to Santo Domingo beginning next March. Santo Domingo will be the 16th location that the airline will offer in Latin America. The new flight will reduce the flight time between the cities as well as reduce connection times to other large American and Mexican cities. Aeromexico will use the Embraer 190 plane. Read More »
Aeromexico, the global airline of Mexico, has partnered with transportation provider AccesRail to give travelers access to increased and improved connectivity options via major railway and bus terminals in Spain, the United Kingdom and Canada. Aeromexico customers can purchase rail and bus tickets directly from Aeromexico's reservation centers, city ticket offices and travel agents. Read More »
Aeromexico and MEXICO2, an independent platform for trading carbon credits, recently signed an agreement that enables the airline to purchase certified emission reductions in order to meet international carbon guidelines. The international guidelines to offset carbon emissions call for carbon-neutral growth by 2020 with a 50 percent reduction by 2050 relative to 2005 levels. Read More »