Starting from May 1 Aeromexico will operate a second daily frequency between the capital of El Salvador and Mexico City.
With this new frequency there will be 14 direct flights between the two countries per week operated by the airline. At the close of 2014 AeroMexico reported having transported about 44 thousand passengers on the San Salvador - Mexico City route.
The company received the authorization to expand the jet fuel plant in Comalapa and plans to invest $20 million between 2015 and 2016 to improve the capacity of the plant in Acajutla.
Expansion of the terminal near the Comalapa airport will cost approximately $1 million and will allow for storage of up to 16,000 barrels of jet fuel to meet demand from the airlines with which it holds contracts.
TAP, BlueSky and Aeromexico are negotiating flight connections from Portugal, Grand Cayman and Mexico City to Tocumen airport.
The Mexican carrier has already made the first approaches for connections to the Tocumen International Airport. Although it has not defined when flights would start, representatives indicated that it could begin with seven a week.
The three weekly flights which were planned to run from last August by Aeromexico will start on November 4th and will depart on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Fernando del Cid, commercial manager for Guatemala at Aeromexico confirmed that the flights will depart from Tapachula at 9:45 and arrive in Guatemala at 10:30 and will leave Guatemala at 11:30 and arrive at 12:15 in Tapachula, in a ERJ50 jet with capacity for fifty people.
Thank you Interjet and Aeromexico for making it possible to buy a ticket without feeling like you have been robbed at gunpoint.
As was the case in other Central American countries with the opening of flights operated by companies outside of the isthmus, in Costa Rica, airline ticket prices for flights from San Jose to Mexico City have fallen by 60%.
The Mexican airline will fly three times per week from June 29th.
Sergio Allard, chief merchandising officer for Aeromexico, announced that his company will open a new route, flying from San Jose, Costa Rica, to Cancun, Mexico. The first flight will be on 29th June this year.
The airlines have agreed to implement code-shared flights.
Taca-Avianca and Aeromexico have agreed to operate a code share which will benefit the Colombia-Mexico market from the first half of 2012, and for the second half of the year, Taca and Aeromexico will code-share, and this will include routes in the Central American-Mexico market as well as South American-Mexico routes, thus giving passengers a greater choice of service, more frequent flights and more travel alternatives in the region.
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