Cancun, Q.R. — Aeromexico has announced five new routes out of AIFA. The airline says starting August 15, they will begin operating flights to Oaxaca, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Acapulco and Cancun. The new routes will out of the Aeropuerto Internacional Felipe Ángeles (AIFA) in Santa Lucia.
The newly announced flights are in addition to the airlines three already offered. Currently, Aeromexico offers flights to Puerto Vallarta, Villa Hermosa and Mérida from AIFA.
Their announcement comes shortly after the government of Mexico said it would reduced the number of daily flights at the Mexico City International Airport (AICM). Aeromexico says it planned to increase flights at the AIFA after the federal government reached an agreement with other airlines to migrate 100 flights from the AICM to other airports.
Aeroméxico also reported that during the second half of September, Veracruz will be added as a ninth destination out of the AIFA, and that flight frequencies to the current three will be increased.
The airline said that by expanding its connectivity network to and from the metropolitan area of the Valley of Mexico, “customers will be able to choose the airport that fits their travel plans.”
With these, the airline will carry out 900 operations a month out of the AIFA.