Aeromexico launches LA, Culiacan flight

Aeromexico announced it will begin non-stop service between Los Angeles International Airport and Culiacan July 12, with service four times weekly to the riverside city near Mexico’s Pacific Coast. Culiacan becomes Aeromexico’s sixth non-stop destination from Los Angeles.

Aeromexico will operate the flight Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. The flight will depart at 7:10 p.m. Fares to Culiacan are as low as $270 roundtrip, valid for travel through December 31, 2006. Taxes of up to $92.84 including the September 11th security fee are not included. Seats are limited and no other discount applies. The fare is subject to change and other restrictions may apply.

Culiacan offers great hiking and exploration, shopping, nightlife and dining and is a favorite spot for duck and geese hunting in the winter.

Aeromexico is committed to consistently exceeding passengers’ expectations and takes pride in its high level of service. All passengers, including coach class, enjoy traditional Mexican hospitality with full meals, complimentary cocktails, exceptional in-flight service, and superior on-time performance.

For the most discriminating traveler, Aeromexico’s Clase Premier first class cabin offers an exemplary travel experience featuring spacious seating, a personal entertainment system, gourmet dining menu designed by world- renowned chef Thierry Blouet, and one of the best-rated selections of wines in the sky.