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  • Joe Breitfeller

Aeromexico to Resume Service Between Monterrey and Los Angeles From December 15, 2022

Aeromexico will resume seven weekly flights between Monterrey and Los Angeles from December 15, 2022. By December, Aeromexico and Delta’s transborder alliance will operate 48 routes between Mexico and the U.S., offering over 800,000 seats monthly.


Aeromexico Boeing 737-8 MAX - Courtesy Boeing

On Tuesday (September 27, 2022), Aeromexico announced the resumption of service between Monterrey and Los Angeles (LAX) starting December 15, 2022. The carrier will operate seven weekly flights on the route, with nearly 6,000 seats monthly. Flights will depart Monterrey daily at 10:15, arriving in Los Angeles at 11:55. The return flight departs LAX at 13:10 and arrives in Monterrey at 18:20. By December 2022, the Aeromexico-Delta transborder alliance will operate 48 routes between Mexico and the U.S., offering around 800,000 monthly. Recently, the alliance announced the restart of service between Monterrey and Detroit, connecting two key cities in the automotive industry.


Los Angeles is an important gateway for both airlines, and was Aeromexico’s first international destination. In 1957, Aeromexico launched service from Mexico City to Los Angeles with a Britannia 302 aircraft. Currently, the airline offers 28 weekly frequencies between the Mexican capital and LAX. Customers of the Aeromexico-Delta alliance enjoy seamless products such as check-in via SkyTeam’s Digital Spine technology, free messaging onboard select aircraft, and consistent baggage policies.


Grupo Aeromexico S.A.B. de C.V. (Aeromexico) is Mexico’s global airline and maintains their primary hub at Mexico City International Airport’s Terminal 2. The airline’s network includes service to the U.S., Canada, Central America, South America, Asia and Europe. The Group’s fleet is comprised of Boeing 787 Dreamliners, 737s and Embraer E190s. At the end of 2021, the carrier had a fleet of 118 aircraft, which will increase to 147 by the end of 2022. Aeromexico is a founding member of the global SkyTeam alliance which includes 19 members serving destinations in over 170 countries and territories.



Source: Aeromexico