Aeromar and Emirates Airlines announced the signing of an interline agreement that will facilitate the connectivity of passengers on the Arab line with destinations in Mexico and the United States of the Mexican airline.
With this interline agreement, passengers will be able to fly to 12 Aeromar destinations through Mexico City connecting with Emirates flights between Dubai and Barcelona, in turn, Aeromar customers will be able to travel to the 120 cities of its network in the world.
The historic agreement between a regional airline in Mexico and one of the main airlines worldwide allows the sale of the entire trip with a single ticket, with the same policy and fare conditions.
The destinations where passengers arriving to CDMX via Emirates can connect are Aeromar include Acapulco, Veracruz, Puerto Escondido, Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Ixtepec, Colima, Ciudad Victoria, Lázaro Cárdenas, Piedras Negras and Tepic (TPQ), as well as, Laredo and McAllen, Texas in the United States.
Emirates Airlines resumed its flights to Mexico City from Dubai with a stopover in Barcelona on July 2, with four weekly flights.
In addition to connectivity with Aeromar, the Middle East line offers its customers to fly to and from more than 10 destinations in Mexico through existing partnerships with other airlines.
Adnan Kazim, Emirates Commercial Director, commented that with this interline agreement, “Customers will not only have the opportunity to experience Emirates’ signature hospitality and flight experience but will also have the convenience of booking their trip from Mexico in a single ticket available online on Emirates website or through their travel agents ”.
For his part, Fabricio Cojuc, Executive Director of Network Strategy and Alliances of Aeromar, indicated that “The agreement reaffirms the high-quality standards of Aeromar and further strengthens our solid portfolio of interline agreements, which includes the main international airlines that They operate in Mexico.