The FINANCIAL -- Aeromexico started serving a new daily flight between Toronto and Mexico City as of May 4, 2015, becoming the second route it serves in Canada.
The new route operates with Boeing 737-700 aircraft configured with 124 passenger seats, including 12 seats in Clase Premier —the Aeromexico Business Class cabin, according to Toronto Airports Authority.
This new flight connects with Aeromexico services to Cancun, Guadalajara, Huatulco, Los Cabos, Monterrey, Puerto Vallarta, among others in Mexico; and Bogota, El Salvador, Guatemala, Lima and others in Latin America.
“Being able to offer our clients more and better network connectivity is one of our most important goals,” said Anko van der Werff, Aeromexico Chief Revenue Officer. “This is why we are adding Toronto to our announcement of new routes for 2015, as Canada’s economic capital and one of the top financial centers in the country. This new destination increases the exchange of business and tourism for the Mexican economy and the connectivity between Canada and Latin America.”
“Toronto Pearson is a growing hub for the movement of people and goods across the country, the continent and around the globe,” said Craig Bradbrook, Vice President, Aviation Services, Greater Toronto Airports Authority. “The introduction of this new route from Aeromexico offers more opportunities for passengers to connect beyond Mexico City to other destiniations within Mexico and across South America.”
These increased destinations confirm Aeromexico’s effort to strengthen its international presence by offering 28 weekly flights to and from Canada with this new route that includes an offer of more than 3,400 seats per week, in addition to the 16 destinations it serves in the United States of America, 16 in Latin America, three in Europe and two in Asia, thus maintaining its status as the airline that connects Mexico with the world.