Aeromexico and Japan Airlines have agreed to launch a codeshare partnership in Japan’s fiscal year 2018, that combines the synergies of both airlines. It is hoped the alliance will provide a wider connectivity between Mexico and Japan.
Breaking Travel News chats with Giancarlo Mulinelli, vice president sales at Aeromexico, as the carrier receives the endorsement of the World Travel Awards during the Latin America Gala Ceremony 2017.
Aeromexico has launched a new code share agreement with EL AL Israel Airlines. The agreement was signed by the chief executive of both airlines, Andres Conesa for Aeromexico and David Maimon for EL AL.
Jet Airways and Aeromexico, the flag carrier airline of Mexico, have signed a memorandum of understanding that outlines cooperation in the areas of enabling codeshare flights and frequent flyer programmes.
Delta Air Lines has launched a cash tender offer through the Mexican Stock Exchange to acquire up to an additional 32 per cent of the outstanding capital stock of Grupo Aeroméxico for MXN$53 per share.
Delta Air Lines and Aeroméxico have accepted the final order issued by the US department of transportation granting them antitrust immunity and allowing the airlines to establish a joint cooperation agreement.
Aeromexico will launch a new service from Mexico City to Calgary, the largest city in the Canadian province of Alberta, on June 1st. With this new flight, Calgary becomes the fourth destination Aeromexico serves in Canada, and its 19th destination in North America.
Aeromexico has unveiled its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner - called Quetzalcoatl - at the carrier’s hangar in the Mexico City International Airport. This airplane is the first of ten of these models the airline ordered in a package it announced in July 2012, representing the largest investment in the history of Mexican aviation.
Aeromexico has added live television to its Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft. This new service will initially offer two channels - Sport 24 for live sporting action from around the world, and CNN International. In partnership with Panasonic Avionics, the service will be available to passengers from both the seatback inflight entertainment and communications system and on their own personal electronic devices.