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Aeromexico Resumes Service From Mexico City to Managua, Austin and Dallas

Updated: Jul 9, 2021

Aeromexico has resumed three-times weekly service on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Between Mexico City and Managua, Nicaragua. The carrier has also resumed daily service from Mexico City to Austin and Dallas, Texas (US).

Aeromexico Boeing 787 Dreamliner - Courtesy Boeing

On Thursday (July 1st, 2021), Aeromexico announced the resumption of service to Augusto C. Sandino Airport in Managua, Nicaragua. The first flight to Managua on Thursday was greeted with a traditional water cannon salute, after a pause due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Aeromexico will operate the route three-times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The carrier has connected Mexico with Nicaragua for over six years. Nicaragua is one of the most diverse countries in the world, offering memorable culture and history, along with amazing beaches, gastronomy and Mariachi music. The country is also internationally recognized for events such as the ‘Day of the Dead’ festival and offers the most UNESCO World Heritage sites in Latin America, including Chichen Itza, in the Yucatan and the historic center of Oaxaca.

In Thursday’s announcement, Nicaragua’s Minister of Tourism, Shantanny Anasha Campbell Lewis, said,

“This restart of Aeromexico's commercial operations demonstrates the confidence in our country and contributes to the efforts that the Government has been making in favor of the tourism recovery in Nicaragua.”

Aeromexico’s Senior Vice President – Global Sales, Giancarlo Mulinelli, added,

“At Aeromexico, we are pleased with the return of our flights to Nicaragua, a country rich in culture, tourism, and architecture. We recognize the work that is done every day, hand in hand with all the tourism sector destination representatives, and thanks to that today, Nicaragua joins the reactivation of our international flights, which we will continue to increase gradually to offer more and better options to our clients.”

In a separate press release on Thursday (July 1st, 2021), Aeromexico announced the resumption of daily service from Mexico City to Austin and Dallas, Texas in the U.S.

Speaking on the restart of service to the Texas cities, Aeromexico's Vice President of Sales – Mexico, Jose Zapata said,

“We are pleased to return to both destinations that allow us to provide more and better options to our customers. Thanks to our expanded service, in July, we will offer around 600 flights and more than 80,000 seats from Mexico City to the major cities in the state of Texas: Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio.”

The State of Texas’ Director of Tourism, Brad Smyth, added,

“We are pleased that Aeromexico has the confidence to reestablish flights to this state, as we have been able to continue to welcome visitors from Mexico to Texas on an ongoing basis thanks to air connectivity. We are excited to work together with Aeromexico and its customers to help visitors enjoy the variety of activities and services offered in a safe and fun way in the dynamic and thriving state of Texas.”

Grupo Aeromexico S.A.B. de C.V. (Aeromexico) is Mexico’s global airline and they maintain their primary hub at Mexico City International Airport’s Terminal 2. The Group’s fleet is comprised of Boeing 787 Dreamliners, 737s and Embraer E190s. Aeromexico is a founding member of the global SkyTeam alliance which includes 19 members serving destinations in over 170 countries and territories.

Source: Aeromexico


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