from the end of october Aeromexico Felipe will operate 30 daily flights from Angels International Airport (AIFA), announced the airline, which highlighted that it will offer approximately 1.5 million seats to and from Santa Lucia in Adomex during 2023.
Similarly, through a statement, the Mexican airline said that changes to the base of some of its flights would begin in the second half of August, gradually increasing until reaching 30 operations by the end of October.
While in the coming days it will announce new flights that will depart from the terminal. Saint Lucia Given that it will maintain most of its operations at Mexico City International Airport (AICM) “For the benefit of users, and we will continue to cooperate with the authorities to operate under the highest security standards.”
However, in the end, the airline stressed that it “recognizes the willingness of the authorities to negotiate, which made it possible to reach agreements important to the benefit of air transport users, workers and the industry in general.”
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Similarly, Aeromexico highlighted that, beyond the decisions made regarding the increase in air incidents valley of mexico And AICM, the modification of flights, as well as the opening of new ones, will be possible due to the development plan for its fleet announced a few days ago, with the airline going from 122 aircraft initially. Up to 147 aircraft by the end of 2022.
While the announcement comes hours after the Interior Ministry (segobo) announced that, after meeting with Dependency and Aeroméxico airlines, Volaris You Viva AerobicsIt was determined that the change of flights from AICM to AIFA would begin on 15 August, with the Santa Lucia terminal reaching 100 daily operations.
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It will also add charter and national cargo flights that will only arrive and leave AIFA, along with airlines that are in debt for more than a year, which will lose their slots at CDMX airport.