• Joe Breitfeller

Aeromexico and Delta Resume Daily Service From Mexico City to Austin and Dallas

Aeromexico and Delta will resume daily service from Mexico City to Austin and Dallas from July 1, 2021. The resumed flights will complement existing weekly service from Mexico City to Houston and San Antonio and both carriers will increase service to Houston next week.


Aeromexico Boeing 737-8 MAX - Courtesy Boeing

On Thursday (April 8, 2021), Aeromexico announced that along with Delta Air Lines they will resume service from Mexico City to Austin and Dallas from July 1st, 2021, complementing existing weekly service from Mexico City to Houston and San Antonio. Additionally, starting next week, both airlines will increase their service to Houston. With the resumed service, the carriers will offer a combined total of 47 routes between the United States and Mexico, increasing connectivity to benefit their joint customers.

In Thursday’s announcement, Aeromexico’s Senior Vice President of Global Sales, Giancarlo Mulinelli, said,


“We are pleased with this resumption that adds to the operational recovery in the transborder market. In April, the offer of our Joint Cooperation Agreement between Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico will almost reach 600,000 seats.”


For April, Aeromexico and Delta will offer approximately 3,600 flights between the U.S. and Mexico, a seven-fold increase versus the same period last year.


Austin, the Texas State Capital, offers a vibrant music and restaurant scene along with numerous cultural attractions such as the Zilker Metropolitan Park, Lady Bird Lake, the SoCo District and numerous art galleries. Dallas is also a popular business and leisure destination and features the largest urban art district in the U.S. and over 160 museums, along with the largest and oldest zoo in Texas. The city is home to numerous companies from industries including telecommunications, information technology, financial services and transportation.



Source: Aeromexico