Aeromexico Increases Flights to Mexico

Aeromexico, one of Mexico’s largest transcontinental airlines, announced the addition of new flight frequencies to many of its U.S. destinations including New York, Chicago and Las Vegas.

Beginning May 10, the airline will add an overnight flight from New York’s JFK International Airport to Mexico City, for a total of 19 flights per week from 14 flights weekly. The red-eye flight is part of Aeromexico’s new “voyvuelvo” initiative, allowing passengers to travel to and from their destination in the same day.

Additional flights to Mexico City will also be added on May 10 from Chicago, Houston and Las Vegas. These are in addition to the new service routes that Aeromexico recently added to its list of destinations, including San Jose, Costa Rica and Shanghai, both of which launched on March 26.


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