Aeromexico to Increase Flight Frequencies from Madrid to Guadalajara and Monterrey

August 14, 2022

Aeromexico

Mexican flag carrier Aeromexico will increase the number of flights to Guadalajara and Monterrey from Madrid from 3 flights a week to 5.

The increase is to meet demand for the winter season which is seeing increased flight bookings. The effective dates are December 12, 2022, to January 15, 2023. Ticket sales for the flights started this weekend.

Winter Season Sees a Big Jump in Flight Demand for Aeromexico

With the new frequencies, travelers will have more than 62 thousand seats to choose from. This indicates a 45% increase in supply to match the demand of flyers who want to connect with Mexico during the peak season.

The new routes to Guadalajara and Monterrey launched in December 2021 have been a success, with Aeromexico transporting more than 290 thousand passengers between Madrid and Mexico City. The new routes have added to the existing offer to Mexico City, with more than 2,600 takeoffs and landings between the two cities.

Aeromexico will utilize the Boeing 787 Dreamliner for the routes.

Days for the Routes Are as Follows:

  • Madrid - Guadalajara: Monday*, Tuesday*, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
  • Madrid - Monterrey:  Tuesday, Thursday, Friday*, Saturday and Sunday*.
  • Pasquale Speranza, Regional Sales Director Europe and Asia, stated: "This increase in frequencies, in a season as important as winter, represents greater flight alternatives for our passengers," and added, "we are proud to be able to offer the highest number of frequencies between Spain and Mexico, with 24 direct flights per week, positioning us as the airline with the most travel options between Europe and Mexico, with 47 weekly flights”.

    The airline offers thanks to the airport operators (OMA, GAP), as well as the authorities of Nuevo Leon, Jalisco and Spain for their support in making possible the temporary increase in Aeromexico's operations to and from Madrid. 

    Aeromexico was founded in 1934 as a result of the Mexican government's efforts to create a national airline. The company is headquartered in Mexico City and operates scheduled flights to more than 80 destinations in North, Central, and South America. Aeromexico is one of the largest airlines in Latin America and the second-largest airline in Mexico.

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