New Routes of the Day – Americas (8 January 2024): Aeromexico’s new routes to Atlanta
Aeromexico introduced flights from Guadalajara and Monterrey to Atlanta on Monday 8 January as part of its new Joint Cooperation Agreement (JCA) with Delta. Both the 2,635-kilometre service from Guadalajara and the 695-kilometre route from Monterrey will be maintained daily with the 99-seat E190 aircraft. The carrier will complement Delta’s daily operations from both cities.
What they said
Giancarlo Mulinelli, Senior Vice President of Global Sales at Aeromexico, said: “We are very excited about this expansion of the Aeromexico-Delta Joint Cooperation Agreement, which allows us to bring Atlanta closer to five of Mexico’s most important cities. We will offer cross-border travellers more connectivity options, thus fulfilling one of our principal purposes.”
Balram Bheodari, General Manager at Atlanta Airport, added: “We are thrilled to provide our travellers with convenient, nonstop service to Mexico. This collaboration with Aeromexico and Delta Air Lines signifies a significant milestone in our ongoing journey to provide exceptional service, enhance global connectivity, and strengthen our reputation as a hub of progress and innovation in the aviation industry.”
Aeromexico launching 17 new US routes
Aeromexico’s two new services to Atlanta mark the start of the gradual introduction of 17 new routes from seven airports in Mexico to nine destinations in the US this year. The Mexican airline plans to operate nearly 60 daily frequencies to the US by July 2024, representing a 35% increase in departures compared to 2023, with a presence in 36 US markets.
This year, the Delta – Aeromexico JCA will offer over 90 daily flights between Mexico and the United States on nearly 60 routes.
In addition to Guadalajara – Monterrey and Monterrey – Atlanta, Aeromexico will introduce flights from Guadalajara to Detroit, from Monterrey to Salt Lake City, New York JFK and Los Angeles, from Bajio to Atlanta and Detroit, from Queretaro to Detroit and Atlanta, from Merida to Atlanta, from Mexico City MEX to Detroit, Salt Lake City, Boston and Washington IAD, as well as from Mexico City NLU to McAllen and Dallas/Fort Worth.