American Airlines maintains its interest in strengthening its air connectivity with Mexico. Due to the winter season, it was reported that it ends in 2021 with the Dallas / Fort Worth-Huatulco season route. In addition, between next March and April, it will increase frequencies on different routes.
“We are very proud to be able to resume the route to Huatulco, as well as increase the availability of seats for our clients in key destinations in the country such as San Luis Potosí, Querétaro, Mérida, Mazatlán, Cancun and Los Cabos With this growth, in the In 2022 we are already scheduled to have an increase in operations of 28% in Mexico compared to April 2019, which speaks of the great commitment we have with the country, ”said the managing director of Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, José María Giraldo.
Between last January and October, American Airlines It maintained the leadership among the US airlines that have commercial flights to Mexico, transporting 4 million 282,437 passengers, 25% of which was added by the 14 companies with which it competes.
During this year, the company inaugurated two new ones (Culiacán and Chetumal), increased capacity in cities such as Monterrey and Oaxaca, started new routes from Puerto Vallarta, Cancun and Los Cabos to Austin, and increased frequencies in Chihuahua and Cancun, thus showing confidence and commitment it has in Mexico.
Additionally, the Admirals Club, in Mexico City, was the airline’s first international VIP lounge to reopen its doors for the benefit of its customers.
In accordance with American AirlinesAs of March of next year, its capacity will be increased on certain routes, using Airbus 319 aircraft that will gradually replace the current Embraer 175. Among the routes referred to are: Dallas / Fort Worth-San Luis Potosí and Querétaro- Dallas / Fort Worth, Phoenix-Mazatlán and in April, between Miami and Mérida.
In the fourth month of 2022, it will also increase its frequencies on the Austin-Cancun routes, from three weekly frequencies to seven frequencies, and Austin-Los Cabos, from three weekly frequencies to four.
“American will close the year operating more than 750 weekly flights to 28 destinations in Mexico, including: Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Cancun, Chetumal, Chihuahua, Mexico City, Cozumel, Culiacán, Durango, Guadalajara and Los Cabos”, detailed the airline.