AeroMexico will operate four round-trips a week between Mexico City and Ontario and three a week between Mexico City and Sacramento.

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From April 5, SkyTeam Alliance member AeroMexico will operate four round-trips a week on the Mexico City-Los Angeles route with Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners.

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AeroMexico’s new E-Jet, an Embraer 190, is also the 200th aircraft from the E-Jet family flying in Latin America.

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AeroMexico is launching daily service between Mexico City and Toronto on May 4. Toronto will become AeroMexico’s second destination in Canada, the carrier already serving Montréal.

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AeroMexico is launching daily service between Mexico City and Panama’s capital Panama City on May 14. Panama City will become the Mexican airline’s 16th destination in Latin America, according to AeroMexico.

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AeroMexico says replacing 767-200ERs with 787-8s on its three weekly round-trips between Mexico City’s Aeropuerto Benito Juárez Internacional and London Heathrow Airport from April onwards will make it better equipped to satisfy increasing customer demand from the UK to Mexico.

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AeroMexico is launching new services from San Francisco to Morelia and León-Bajío on April 7, and from Chicago O’Hare to Morelia on June 7.

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The airline, which is a member of the SkyTeam Alliance, will begin operating seasonal flights from Chicago to Morelia and Puerto Vallarta on December 12 and December 21 respectively. AeroMexico will also launch seasonal services linking Fresno and Morelia and between Sacramento and León/Guanajuato in central Mexico on December 17.

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AeroMexico has revealed it will take delivery of its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner in the first half of August, becoming the first Mexican carrier to operate the Boeing 787. The carrier says it will start using its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner to operate commercial services in October.

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This summer AeroMexico is launching the first domestic and international commercial services to Mar de Cortes International Airport, which serves the Mexican resort destination of Puerto Peñasco on the Sea of Cortez.

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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport will offer service to 200 non-stop destinations this summer, 52 of them international and 148 of them in the U.S. In reaching 200 destinations, DFW joins a select group of airports with that distinction.

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Boeing values the firm order by Mexico’s largest airline, which AeroMexico first announced as a commitment in July, at more than $1.46 billion at published list prices.

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Alaska Airlines and AeroMexico have signed a frequent flier and codeshare agreement to connect their networks and bring more options to travelers flying between Mexico and several cities on the U.S. West Coast and in Alaska.

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The firm order by Mexico’s largest airline, which was first announced as a commitment in July, is valued at more than $6 billion at Boeing’s published list prices.

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Operated by Boeing 737-400 equipment, Xtra Airways’ flight program to Mazatlán will offer nine weekly round-trips of 150-passenger capacity (for a total of 1,350 seats per week in each direction) from Houston, San Antonio, Denver, Los Angeles and Oakland.

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The new AeroMexico service will feature twice-daily round-trips operated by Embraer 190 jets, which in AeroMexico service seat 99 passengers, 11 in business class and 88 in economy.

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AeroMexico is launching three-times-weekly non-stop service between Mexico City and London Heathrow Airport, its third destination in Europe, on December 14.

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The aircraft will be the first Boeing Sky Interior-equipped Boeing 737-800 operated by a Mexican airline, according to AeroMexico.

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Grupo Aeromexico has signed a letter of intent with Boeing to purchase up to 100 next-generation jets valued at nearly US$11 billion, a deal which when firmed would represent the largest investment ever by a Mexican aviation company.

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