Aeroméxico announced that as of the second half of August they will increase their operations at the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA), so that by the end of October it will be carrying out 30 daily flights from said terminal.
“In the near future we will inform the details of the additional flights that we will have at AIFA, which will be possible by taking advantage of our fleet growth plan,” the airline said in a statement.
This announcement comes after a meeting between authorities and airline representatives at the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior, in which they agreed to reduce the operations of the Mexico City International Airport by 25 percent.
“Lower the super-density that exists right now in the Mexico City Airport and migrate some flights, some to AIFA and some others to airports, mainly Toluca, but that was the content of the meeting,” Rogelio Jiménez Pons said yesterday. Undersecretary of Transport.
Representatives from Aeroméxico, Volaris and Viva Aerobús attended the meeting in Segob, which occurred after the weekend air incident at the AICM.
Aeroméxico flies almost 90 routes inside and outside the country.
At the beginning of the year, it had 122 aircraft and by the end of 2022 it expects its fleet to be 147.