Aeromexico to fly Guadalajara – Madrid non-stop
Aeromexico has announced that starting December 15, it will connect Guadalajara directly with Madrid via three weekly flights. They will represent a 21% increase in total monthly seat capacity between Mexico and Spain. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft will fly the route.
Customers will be able to go to the Spanish capital without having to make a stopover in Mexico City. According to the Mexican airline, the travel experience will be easier and more comfortable.
Aeromexico has entered a new era by connecting the state of Jalisco directly to Spain and the European continent. This announcement is just one aspect of our intentions to expand in this state and others which our customers want, such as expanded cargo transportation options
said Andrés Castañeda, Executive Vice President of Digital and Customer Experience at Aeromexico.
The new route complements the airline’s 14 weekly flights from Mexico City to Madrid. This is a route that has been operating for more than six decades.
Aeromexico has announced the addition of new cutting-edge aircraft, with delivery beginning last June.
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Following the opening of numerous European Union nations to visitors vaccinated in accordance with the entire COVID-19 scheme, the Mexican airline boosted its frequency from Mexico City to Madrid, Paris, and Amsterdam beginning June 13. It has raised its summer offer by more than 170,000 seats, representing an 83 percent increase in operations to the continent. The carrier will provide 90,000 seats to Spain.