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Iberia and Aeromar Renew Interline Agreement, Offering Connections to 18 Destinations in Mexico

Iberia and Aeromar have renewed their interline agreement, offering seamless connectivity between Iberia’s nearly 100 European destinations with 18 cities in Mexico served by Aeromar. Customers will continue to enjoy reserving their itinerary on a single ticket.

Iberia and Aeromar offer 18 Destinations in Mexico - Courtesy Iberia

On Tuesday (September 28, 2021), Iberia announced the renewal of their interline agreement with the Mexican regional carrier Aeromar. Customers will continue to enjoy seamless connectivity on a single ticket from Iberia’s European network of nearly 100 cities to 18 destinations served by Aeromar in Mexico. Iberia offers direct service between Madrid and Mexico City, with onward connections on Aeromar’s network to Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Ciudad Victoria, Colima, Guadalajara, La Paz, Mazatlán, Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Ixtepec, Monterrey, Piedras Negras, Puerto Escondido, Puerto Vallarta, San Luis Potosí, Tepic, Veracruz and Torreón, as well as two in the United States, Laredo and McAllen Texas.

In Tuesday’s announcement, Iberia’s Director of Latin American Sales and Institutional Agreements, Víctor Moneo, said,

“At Iberia, we have always opted for Mexico as one of our strategic markets both from the point of view of tourism and business traffic. Since September, we have increased the frequencies to 14 weekly flights which, added to the agreement with Aeromar, allows us to offer a better service to our clients and a wide range of destinations within the country. All of this reinforces our commitment to this market and favors the flow of travelers and tourism between Mexico and Spain.”

Also commenting on the renewed interline agreement, Aeromar’s Director of Network Strategy and Alliances, Fabricio Cojuc, said,

Aeromar is proud to endorse its association with Iberia, a leading airline in the Mexico-Spain market and recognized worldwide for its service excellence and route network strength. Our preferential connectivity agreement reaffirms Aeromar's high quality standards and forms an important part of our growing portfolio of interline agreements with first-rate international airlines operating in Mexico.”

Iberia operates their route between Madrid and Mexico City with a 348 seat Airbus A350-900, featuring 31 Business Class, 24 Premium Economy and 293 Economy Class seats. Guests traveling on the state-of-the-art aircraft will enjoy high speed Wi-Fi, panoramic windows and a spacious cabin.

Founded in 1987, Mexico City-based Aeromar is Mexico’s most experienced regional airline. The carrier operates a network of 18 domestic routes in Mexico and two international routes to Texas in the U.S. (Laredo and McAllen). Aeromar operates a fleet of 10 ATR 42 and 72 aircraft, nine of which are the new generation 600 series.

Iberia is the largest airline in Spain and a member of the International Airlines Group (IAG), as well as the oneworld global alliance. The airline is the leader in service between Europe and Latin America. Together with their Iberia Express and Air Nostrum subsidiaries, Iberia offers service to 50 countries around the world from Madrid. Iberia also has diversified businesses in air cargo, aircraft maintenance and airport assistance.

Source(s): Iberia, Aeromar


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