Extra new flights introduced from Mexico to US

New direct flights to the US have been introduced from Querétaro, Mérida, Monterrey, Guadalajara, and Mexico Metropolis as Mexican airways develop their routes within the wake of Mexico’s restoration to an FAA Class 1 aviation security score. 

In accordance with Marco Antonio del Prete Tercero, head of Querétaro’s Sustainable Improvement Ministry (Sedesu), the Querétaro Worldwide Airport will supply two new day by day routes to Atlanta, Georgia and Detroit, Michigan, beginning in Q1 of 2024 and operated by Aeroméxico, in partnership with Delta Airways.

Querétaro Worldwide Airport has turn into the newest a part of the Mexican aviation trade to capitalize on the increase in demand for flights to the US. (Miguel Vega Hernández/Wikimedia)

Del Prete added that Detroit is a enterprise vacation spot and one of the necessary cities for the automotive trade, a predominant sector in Querétaro’s financial system. Atlanta, alternatively, is a global hub for Delta Air Strains. 

In a separate announcement, Aeroméxico stated it could regularly begin working 17 routes to 9 new U.S. locations by way of a codeshare partnership with Delta.  

The brand new routes, paired with a rise in flights to Aeroméxico’s present locations, will enable the Mexican provider to succeed in near 60 day by day flights to the U.S. by July 2024 a 35% improve in departures in comparison with 2023. 

Delta will supply 34 day by day flights to Mexico beginning in July subsequent 12 months, flying to seven completely different Mexican locations. Delta and Aeroméxico collectively will supply over 90 day by day flights between the 2 nations by 2024.

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The Aeromexico-Delta codeshare will add 34 new locations to the US to the airline’s rising portfolio. (Carlos Aranda/Unsplash)

Along with Detroit and Atlanta flying from Querétaro, the brand new locations within the U.S. embody Salt Lake Metropolis, New York, Los Angeles and McAllen. The taking part airports embody each worldwide airports in Mexico Metropolis (AICM and AIFA), and the worldwide airports of Monterrey, Mérida and Guadalajara.

Lastly, low-cost provider Viva Aerobús introduced two new routes to Miami and Orlando, Florida, departing from Mérida.

Viva Aerobus’ service to Orlando begins on July 1, 2024, with three weekly flights, whereas flights to Miami will begin on July 2, with 4 departures per week.

These new flights add as much as the brand new upcoming routes the funds airline not too long ago introduced between Monterrey and 6 cities within the U.S., an announcement that marked Viva Aerobus’ most vital growth up to now. 

With studies by El Economista, En El Aire, El Economista.

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