Aeromexico announces launch of new "Aeromexico Contigo" product
- Aeromexico Contigo will offer a variety of benefits to passengers traveling between Mexico and the US.
- Fleet configuration translates into more attractive pricing.
- New product will increase connectivity between Mexico’s Guadalajara and Tijuana airports.
Mexico City, June 17, 2013.- Aeromexico, Mexico's global airline, today announced the launch of its new Aeromexico Contigo (Aeromexico with You) product which will offer a host of benefits to passengers traveling frequently between Mexico and the United States.
The use of the Boeing 737-800 airliner for the Aeromexico Contigo program optimizes operating costs, which then translates into lower pricing. Other benefits include increased legroom, personalized attention by Aeromexico Call Center agents and at participating airport check-in counters.
Destinations to feature the Aeromexico Contigo product include:
|Guadalajara - Tijuana||28 weekly flights|
|Culiacan - Tijuana||14 weekly flights|
|Mexico - US Destinations|
|Guadalajara - Chicago||4 weekly flights|
|Guadalaja - Ontario||6 weekly flights|
|Guadalajara - Los Angeles||14 weekly flights|
|Guadalaja - Fresno||3 weekly flights|
|Guadalajara - Sacramento||3 weekly flights|
t is important to note that the benefits offered through Aeromexico Contigo are in addition to Aeromexico’s existing baggage policy, which includes free check in of passengers’ first bag weighing 55 lbs (25 Kg) and one carry-on bag weighing 22 lbs (10 Kg) within Mexico. And for passengers’ traveling to and from the US a first bag weighing 50 lbs (23 Kg) and one carry-on bag of 22 lbs (10 Kg).
Aeromexico Contigo will begin operation in October 2013; however, tickets are already available for purchase through travel agencies, ticket offices, the Aeromexico Call Center and through www.aeromexico.com.
The launch of Aeromexico Contigo is further affirmation of carrier's commitment to creating alternatives that benefit Mexican nationals who conduct business or personal travel between Mexico and the United States.