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Aeromexico to operate seven weekly flights AIFA-Puerto Vallarta

By Tribune Travel

September 29, 2023

Starting in October, Aeromexico will have seven weekly flights from Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA) to Puerto Vallarta International Airport.

The airline announced the new routes and frequencies it will have from AIFA starting next month, increasing its operation by 40%, that is, 1,008 flights between monthly departures and arrivals.

In addition, the airline will offer 120,000 seats per month not only with new routes, but will also transfer some of the routes it operates at Mexico City’s International Airport (AICM).

As of October 5, the airline will have the following routes from AIFA: Mexico City-Colima with seven weekly flights. The Mexico City-Durango route will be divided between the two airports, as from a total of 28 that operated from the AICM, it will take 14.

On the other hand, Aeromexico from AIFA will have routes to Acapulco with 7 weekly flights, Aguascalientes with 7 weekly flights, Cancun with 21 weekly flights, Colima with 7 weekly flights, Durango with 14 weekly flights, Guadalajara with 14 weekly flights, Houston with 7 weekly flights, Leon with 7 weekly flights, Monterrey with 14 weekly flights, Merida with 7 weekly flights, Oaxaca with 7 weekly flights, Puerto Vallarta with 7 weekly flights and Veracruz with 7 weekly flights, as reported by the airline.





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