Aeromexico has become the third Latin American carrier to file for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States. The flag-carrier said it would use the respite to financially restructure, while continuing to serve passengers.
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis worldwide, Aeromexico has implemented actions to take care of the health and safety of team members and customers.
With passenger services all but grounded across Europe, North America and parts of Asia, a number of carriers - including Etihad, AeroMexico and Air Canada - are turning attention to cargo operations.
Nicolas Ferri has been appointed as Grupo Aeromexico chief commercial officer and executive vice president. He will take up the role on August 1st and report directly to Aeromexico chief executive, Andres Conesa.
Aeromexico is giving its flight attendants’ uniforms a fresh look. The new creations, designed in collaboration with renowned local designer Lorena Saravia, will be rolled out from this month.
Virgin Atlantic has confirmed to the London stock exchange that it continues to review its options in respect to regional carrier Flybe. Also today, Virgin Atlantic announced a new codeshare agreement with Aeroméxico, opening up a plethora of new Mexican destinations for its customers.
Aeromexico airport manager, Rodrigo Barros, speaks to Breaking Travel News as the carrier picks up trophies for Mexico & Central America’s Leading Airline and Mexico & Central America’s Leading Airline Brand at the World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony.
Ana Maria Cajiao, commercial manager for Aeromexico in Ecuador, speaks to Breaking Travel News as the carrier takes the titles of Mexico & Central America’s Leading Airline Brand and Mexico & Central America’s Leading Airline at the World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony.
Aeromexico has announced the start of a seasonal twice a week non-stop flight to Belize. The service will start on November 17th and run until the end of April next year.
Aeromexico and Jet Airways have launched a codeshare partnership, with tickets going on sale. The carriers hope the deal will allow passengers to travel to and from both countries by connecting via London to Mexico City, Delhi or Mumbai, as of May.
Boeing is expanding its commercial services capability in Latin America with two new customer orders. These announcements demonstrate the tremendous potential for services growth in this rapidly expanding region, the manufacturer said.
Boeing and Aeroméxico have celebrated the delivery of the first of up to 90 737 MAX airplanes. Mexico’s global airline plans to use the more fuel-efficient and longer-range MAX jets to expand its network across the Americas.