Aeromexico announces new nonstop service between Guadalajara and Madrid.

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Aeromexico announced Monday that it will offer non-stop flights between Guadalajara and Madrid, three times a week, starting December 15. This route represents a 21% increase in its monthly seat capacity between Mexico and Spain, and the possibility of serving more Aeromexico Cargo customers.

This service is in addition to the 14 weekly flights that the airline operates from Mexico City to the Spanish capital, a route that has more than 60 years of operating. For the launch, Aeromexico will offer introductory fares starting at USD 599 in Economy Class and USD 1999 in Premier Class.

See also: Aeromexico will trial IATA Travel Pass.

“Connecting the State of Jalisco directly with Spain and the European continent marks a new Aeromexico stage. This announcement is only one part of the growth plans we have in this state and others that our clients demand, including more opportunities for air cargo transportation”, Andres Castañeda, Aeromexico’s Executive Vice President, Digital and Customer Experience said.

Aeromexico recently announced the acquisition of new state-of-the-art aircraft, whose deliveries began last June. With this, Mexico’s global airline will continue to increase its connectivity network, offering a cuttingedge service with the highest safety standards and modern, efficient, and less polluting aircraft.

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