Mexico City, Mexico — Aeroméxico has announced the resumption of some flights to Asia, Europe, the United States, Canada and other Latin American countries as of May 1.
Initially offering fewer frequencies, the airline says it will resume flights to varying destinations during the month of May. The company says “the safety of customers and collaborators is the most important thing,” so, for this reason, “they will continue to implement the necessary preventive measures and make adjustments to operations.”
Aeroméxico announced that from May 1 it will resume flights to Vancouver with one weekly flight, but will increase to two weekly flights from May 7 to 31. Flights to Montreal and Toronto have been suspended until May 31, with operations resuming on June 1.
On May 2, flights to Madrid Spain, Sao Paulo, Brazil and Seoul (Asia) will begin and that two weekly flights to Tokyo will start May 31.
Flights to Guatemala and San José, Costa Rica will resume on May 16, with a weekly frequency of one and two flights, respectively, while flights to Lima will resume on May 15 with a weekly frequency of two flights.
The airline also announced that trips to New York will restart on May 16 with three weekly flights, to Los Angles June 1 and Chicago, also June 1.
Flights to Managua, San Salvador, San Pedro Sula, Barcelona, London, Amsterdam, Bogotá, Medellín, Quito, Santiago de Chile, Austin, Dallas / Ft. Worth, Denver, Las Vegas, Miami, Orlando, San Antonio, San Francisco and Seattle will resume June 1, but flights to Houston will reopen May 15 with four weekly flights.
However, Aeroméxico also announced that flights to the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina won’t resume until September 1 and that flights to Panama have been canceled and will not be resumed.