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Aeromexico Announces New Route To Austin, Texas

August 13, 2016 Aviation No Comments Print Print Email Email

Aeromexico, Mexico’s global airline, has announced the expansion of its service to the south central United States from Mexico City with the addition of Austin to its route network on November 17, 2016, making this its fourth destination in the state of Texas.

The carrier will operate the flight four times a week using a 76 seat Embraer 170 aircraft with the following schedules:

Mexico City – Austin*

Austin – Mexico City*

AM2686

09:30 a.m.

11:53 a.m.

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday

AM2687

01:09 p.m.

03:33 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday

* Schedules are published in local times and are subject to change without notice.

“The addition of this new service represents the carrier’s 17th destination in the United States, making Aeromexico the Mexican airline serving the largest number of destinations in the U.S.,” said Grupo Aeroméxico Chief Revenue Officer Anko Van der Werff.

“The Austin route allows us to offer customers increased flight connectivity options with an average of 6,500 seats per week, facilitating increased educational and cultural exchange opportunities between Texas and Mexico,” added Mr. Van der Werff.

Austin is the fourth destination Aeromexico serves in the State of Texas, in addition to Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio. Many large companies are based in Austin, and the capital city is among the major U.S. metropolises experiencing the most significant growth.

“This new nonstop service is a step forward in strengthening ties between these two capital cities, as it not only draws our people closer together but will also increase our economic and commercial potential,” said Mexico’s Consul General in Austin, Carlos González Gutiérrez.

The addition of this new destination increases Aeromexico’s extensive global route network to meet its domestic and international customers’ growing demand for both business and leisure travel from Mexico and Latin America to the United States.

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