Due to low demand, Aeroméxico scraps the AIFA flight to Villahermosa and adds four new destinations

After the little demand it had between March and June, Aeromexico announced the cancellation of its flights between AIFA y Beautiful villaTabasco, as well as their plans towards cancunwhile bringing forward the creation of frequencies to four new national destinations.

Through a statement, the Mexican airline highlighted that, along with its flights to Merida y Vallarta Portfrom August 15 the Mexican terminal will have a connection with Acapulco, Guadalajara, Monterrey y oaxacain an increase of 100% in the offer currently offered from the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA), in Santa Lucía.

And it is that, as he pointed out, it will go from having three national destinations with 14 weekly frequencies to operating six routes with 56 frequencieswhich will mean 112 departures and arrivals to six tourist destinations and an offer of 10,000 seats per week, since Villahermosa had flights with only four passengers and an average occupancy of 23 people per flight.

Likewise, Aeroméxico highlighted that from the middle of next month travelers will be able to leave the AIFA and reach it from the following destinations and frequencies:

  1. Acapulco, Guerrero (seven weekly frequencies)
  2. Guadalajara, Jalisco (14 weekly frequencies)
  3. Mérida, Yucatán (7 weekly frequencies)
  4. Monterrey, Nuevo León (14 weekly frequencies)
  5. Oaxaca, Oaxaca (7 weekly frequencies)
  6. Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco (7 weekly frequencies)

Similarly, both in its statement and on its social networks, where it also announced the six destinations with which it will operate from August, Aeroméxico highlighted that these frequencies will not only be additional to those that it already operates from the International Airport of the City of Mexico (AICM), but will even maintain the departures and arrivals to said destinations in both.

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While Aeroméxico stressed that this Wednesday’s announcement is part of its strategic plan to connect AIFA, although, without specifying the reason, it leaves Cancun out as part of its expansion from the Mexicodestination that announced several weeks ago as newly created.

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