Articles Tagged ‘Aeromar’
Aeromar introduces two new domestic services from Guadalajara.
Mexican market moves past 100 million seats; LCCs drive growth, international capacity outpaces domestic expansion in 2017
Seat capacity on all direct flights to, from and within Mexico increased by 8.0% in 2017, with double-digit growth in three out of the past five years. We take a look at the main movers in Mexico over the past 10 years, including airline, airport and international country market trends.
Europe goes three weeks without a win – no entries either! North America takes back-to-back victories
This week’s winning airport has had an unprecedented year, not because of some significant slugs of air service development, but because it has added the Arch of Triumph as the cherry on the top of those achievements. Find out which of five global airports will have something extra to celebrate this week.
Aeromar links Monclova to Mexico City, the former airport’s first scheduled route since September 2008.
In October, more than 50 airports and a dozen airlines met for a series of productive meetings and classes during the Sixel Airports Conference in Lexington, Kentucky. As well as serious business, as ever there was serious networking to be had too, with the welcome event being held at Keeneland Race Course – the US’ prettiest race track.
Aeromar connects Hermosillo with Tucson in Arizona.
Passengers up 10% in Mexico in first five months of 2016; domestic traffic growth strong; international growth driven by local airlines
Mexico’s air travel market has seen uninterrupted growth since the middle of 2011. We reveal changes in the domestic market shares of the leading airlines and highlight some of the new international routes.
Aeromar adds routes from four Mexican airports.
International traffic to Mexico up almost 20% in September; US carriers such as Southwest Airlines adding plenty of new routes
Air travel to, from and within Mexico has been growing strongly in 2015. We look at how domestic and international growth rates compare and which airlines are leading the way by adding most new routes.
Mexico’s airlines gaining greater share of international market; Interjet and Volaris still locked in battle for domestic supremacy
Demand for air travel to/from and within Mexico continues to grow healthily according to latest DGAC figures. We reveal which carriers are gaining and losing domestic market share. Plus the leading Mexican carriers on international routes.
Mexico joins the 100 million airport passenger club; air travel demand up 8.4% as Interjet and Volaris battle for domestic leadership
The Mexican air travel market is showing signs of maturity with growth of around 8% for the third successive year. We reveal the country’s busiest airports and who’s winning the domestic battle. Plus a look at new international services for 2015.
Aeromar has 0.1% of US-Mexico traffic with three routes to Texas; 18 domestic routes account for less than 2% of market
Aeromar has been operating in Mexico for more than a quarter of a century as a niche, ‘executive’ airline. With a fleet of mostly ATRs it operates primarily on short-haul flights from Mexico City. We look at the airline’s busiest routes and its international activities.