Aeromexico Announces New Service From Mexico City to Chetumal in Southeast Mexico

Aeromexico announced on Monday the launch of a new route from Mexico City to Chetumal in southeast Mexico. The daily service will commence on June 1, 2020 and will be the carrier’s sixth destination in the southeastern Mexico.


Aeromexico Boeing 737 MAX - Courtesy Boeing

Yesterday (March 2, 2020), Aeromexico announced the launch of new service between Mexico City and Chetumal in southeastern Mexico. The daily service will commence on June 1, 2020 and will be the carrier’s sixth route to popular tourist destinations in the region complementing existing services to Cancun, Merida, Campeche, Ciudad del Carmen, and Villahermosa. In Monday’s announcement, Aeromexico’s Sales Director and the Joint Cooperation Agreement (JCA) with Delta Air Lines, Jose Zapata said,

“With this new route, we will be supporting the development strategy the government has implemented in the state and in its capital city, by boosting the flow of tourists traveling to Chetumal to enjoy the city’s vast wealth of culture and tourism. Through the process of offering more routes, we continue to strengthen our presence in the region, while also reaffirming our commitment to promoting tourism and cultural exchange between communities.”


The flight between Mexico City and Chetumal (AM2650) will depart Mexico City at 8:40AM and arrive in Chetumal at 10:45AM, Monday through Saturday. On Sunday, the departing flight (AM2652) takes off from Mexico City at 3:30PM and arrives in Chetumal at 5:36PM. The return flight (AM2651) departs Chetumal (Monday through Saturday) at 11:20AM, arriving Mexico City at 1:25PM. On Sundays, the return flight (AM2653) departs Chetumal at 6:15PM and arrives in Mexico City at 8:20PM. All times are local with flights available from June 1, 2020 and schedules are subject to change without notice.



Source: Aeromexico

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