Articles Tagged ‘Aeromexico’

AeroMéxico adds Washington DC to its Mexico City network

AeroMéxico adds Washington DC to its Mexico City network

AeroMexico launches services to Washington Dulles Airport from Mexico City.

Aeromexico launches new route from Mexico City to San Salvador

Aeromexico launches new route from Mexico City to San Salvador

Aeromexico connects Mexico City and San Salvador.

AeroMexico's carriers have 40% of Mexican domestic market which grew 16% in September; international traffic up 17%

AeroMexico’s carriers have 40% of Mexican domestic market which grew 16% in September; international traffic up 17%

Mexican air travel reported great year-on-year growth in September but are passenger numbers back up to the pre-recession levels of 2007? What share of the domestic market do LCCs have and which new international services launched in September and October?


AeroMexico launches new route to Caracas from Mexico City

AeroMexico launches new route to Caracas from Mexico City

AeroMexico again connects the capitals of Venezuela and Mexico with a new route from Mexico City to Caracas.

Mexican LCCs Interjet and vivaaerobus report highest ever domestic market share in July despite 0.5% drop in traffic

Mexican LCCs Interjet and vivaaerobus report highest ever domestic market share in July despite 0.5% drop in traffic

LCCs have gained a record market share of the Mexican domestic market in July. But how does domestic traffic this summer compare with last summer when Mexicana was still around? What’s been happening to international demand and which new international routes have been launched since the beginning of July?

Latin America dominated by Brazil; Sao Paulo, GOL, TAM leads way as traffic jumps +7% in 2011

Latin America dominated by Brazil; Sao Paulo, GOL, TAM leads way as traffic jumps +7% in 2011

Latin America is home to some rapidly expanding carriers as consolidation continues to be felt across the continent. But which are the leading airports and airlines in the region and just how dominant is Brazil? Which are the leading domestic markets and which are the biggest international markets?


AeroMexico launches new routes to Brownsville and Sacramento

AeroMexico launches new routes to Brownsville and Sacramento

AeroMexico launches new US routes; from Monterrey to Brownsville, Texas and from Guadalajara to Sacramento, California.

AeroMexico launches new routes to Miami, San Francisco and Guatemala City

AeroMexico launches new routes to Miami, San Francisco and Guatemala City

AeroMexico launched three international routes, to Miami, San Francisco and Guatemala City, all previously operated by Mexicana.

Mexican market stable in 2011; AeroMexico, Interjet, Volaris and vivaaerobus now share 95% of domestic market

Mexican market stable in 2011; AeroMexico, Interjet, Volaris and vivaaerobus now share 95% of domestic market

Mexico’s domestic market is coping fine without Mexicana and the aborted return of Aviacsa. But what share of international traffic do Mexican carriers have and which airlines have started new international services in Mexico since the beginning of May?


New airline routes launched (14 - 20 June 2011)

New airline routes launched (14 – 20 June 2011)

A very busy week with 75 new routes starting in all corners of the world. But which Chinese airline launched its second trans-Pacific route? Which North American airline launched six transatlantic services? And which two airlines relaunched landmark services between Dubrovnik and Belgrade?

Fresno regains Guadalajara link thanks to AeroMexico and Volaris; American and United compete on #1 route to LAX

Fresno regains Guadalajara link thanks to AeroMexico and Volaris; American and United compete on #1 route to LAX

Fresno may only just rank as one of the top 10 airports in California, but it still handles over one million passengers per annum and recently saw not one, but two carriers re-enter from the Mexican market after Mexicana’s collapse last year. But which domestic destinations are served by which airlines?

Aeromexico now biggest Mexican domestic airline; Volaris and Interjet each have 20% of market; Aviacsa returning?

Aeromexico now biggest Mexican domestic airline; Volaris and Interjet each have 20% of market; Aviacsa returning?

Interesting times in Mexico, as Aviacsa plans a re-launch in May, while Mexicana is still hoping for a fresh start. But who has gained most market share since Mexicana’s demise last year? What has happened to domestic and international traffic overall? And which were the top 10 domestic routes in 2010 and how much competition […]