Aeromexico has begun new service with two weekly flights from Mexico City to both Honduras and Nicaragua, providing their U.S. gateways in Houston, Los Angeles and Miami with access to Central America’s important business destinations. By starting this new service to Central America, Aeromexico will provide the regional business traveler with new access options, through their Mexico City hub, offering Aeromexico’s characteristic on time performance and quality of service.
Flights to and from San Pedro Sula, Honduras, will be offered every Tuesday and Friday, and flights to and from Managua, Nicaragua, will be offered every Monday and Thursday, both with departure from Mexico City’s International Airport.
Effective July 9, the schedule changes for both markets, with twice weekly flights to Honduras on Mondays and Thursdays and with flights five days a week to Nicaragua on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The new schedule will also provide continuing service to Guatemala from both Managua and San Pedro Sula.
“We are very excited to be able to offer this new service to Central America from our Mexico City hub, providing a new alternative of flights to this region from our U.S. gateways in Houston, Los Angeles and Miami,” said Gabriel Parra, East Coast Regional Director for Aeromexico. “The new flights will provide great access for both business and leisure travelers to Central America’s business centers, making it possible too, to go visit friends and family.”
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, and one of the best-rated selections of wines in the sky.