Articles Tagged ‘Aeromexico’
Budapest Airport rewards partners for excellence in aviation development; KLM shows-off Route certificate; more celebrations at Denver, Lyon and Christchurch Airports
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Budapest Airport hosts an evening of recognition for its business partners, KLM shows-off their Route of the Week certificate and Denver Airport celebrates Aeromexico’s fifth anniversary. We also have news from Christchurch and Lyon airports.
Aeromexico introduces weekly flights from Puerto Vallarta to Chicago O’Hare competing with three US carriers
Aeromexico starts flights from Guanajuato Airport and Guadalajara Airport in Mexico to San Francisco Airport in US; and Mexico City Airport in Mexico to Quito Airport in Ecuador.
Aeromexico decides to take on Volaris on Guadalajara to Las Vegas route with four weekly flights.
Aeromexico to offer twice-daily flights on route already served by Volaris and VivaAerobus
Aeromexico, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines drive 8% growth in US-Mexico seats; Interjet capacity up over 50%
The US-Mexico market has been dominated by US carriers for many years, but Mexican airlines have increased their market share by almost three percentage points in the last year, and started twice as many new routes as their US counterparts. We reveal the top 12 carriers in the market, how quickly they are growing, and […]
Guadalajara Airport on track to break eight million annual passengers in 2013; new flights to Orange County
Guadalajara, commonly known as the cultural centre of Mexico and considered as the home of mariachi music, is also home to Guadalajara International Airport, Mexico’s third largest airport. Guadalajara has sustained passenger growth for the last three years and anna.aero finds out where it falls in the SVID rankings.
Aeromexico inaugurates weekly seasonal flights from Los Angeles, CA, to Huatulco Airport in Mexico.
Aeromexico inaugurates thrice-weekly flights from Cancun Airport to Los Angeles AIrport.
Running scared: Like Speedy Gonzales, Aeromexico is still outrunning its competitors when it comes to maintaining its position as Mexico’s biggest airline. However, it increasingly needs the capacity of its regional subsidiary Aerolitoral (branded as Aeromexico Connect), to hold this position under growing pressure from LCCs InterJet and Volaris.
AeroMéxico inaugurates flights from Culiacán to Los Angeles, CA, stopping in Loreto, Baja California.
AeroMéxico launches domestic services from Toluca to Acapulco.