Aeroméxico and Delta Air Lines announced that they will operate more than 4,300 flights between Mexico and the United States in December, which will represent a 95% recovery in available seat kilometers (ASK) compared to the same month of 2019.
They recalled that since May 2017, both companies entered into a Joint Collaboration Agreement (JCA) and have focused on creating synergies to offer their clients a standardized experience in their extensive connectivity network in the cross-border market.
He stressed that of the more than 45 routes they have planned for the holiday season, Aeroméxico will operate flights from Mexico City to Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Orlando, San Antonio, Miami, New York and San Francisco.
As well as the restart of operations to Seattle, while from Guadalajara to Chicago, Fresno, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sacramento.
While Delta will connect Atlanta with Cancun, Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta. To Detroit with Cancun, Mexico City and Los Cabos. While from Los Angeles to Cancun, Mexico City, Guadalajara, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta.
From Minneapolis-St Paul to Cancun, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, from New York to Cancun, Mexico City and Los Cabos, from Salt Lake City to Cancun, Mexico City, Guadalajara, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, as well as from Seattle to Cancun and Los Cabos, and from Cancun to Boston, Cincinnati and Raleigh-Durham.
The 2 airlines developed robust action plans to protect the health of their customers and collaborators in all their operations.
Aeroméxico created its Health and Hygiene Management System (SGSH), while Delta implemented the Delta CareStandard, both integrated by measures and protocols based on the highest standards of the airline industry.