Airports such as Cancun and Mexico City will be relieved thanks to the strategic movements made by some airlines. Aeroméxico plans new routes to Tulum Airport and AIFA.
With the imminent opening of the Tulum International Airport, the tourist heart of the Riviera Maya awaits a boom in the arrival of international travelers.
Against this backdrop, Aeroméxico is not far behind and has revealed its plans to connect this Caribbean jewel with the world.
Multiple airlines have set their eyes on Tulum, planning routes to this new airport epicenter that, as confirmed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, will open its doors in December 2023.
However, Aeroméxico went ahead and revealed its range of destinations that will operate to and from Tulum.
Aeroméxico plans New Routes to Tulum Airport
The Mexican company will expand its reach starting December 1, 2023, establishing direct connections between Tulum and various cities, both national and international. The cities that will be added to your route map from Tulum are:
- San Francisco
This announcement is strategic, since it will partially decongest the constant flow of travelers passing through the Cancun Airport.
These routes will facilitate access both for those who want to discover Tulum and for those who opt for other nearby destinations.
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It should be noted that Aeroméxico, with its vast network of connections, links Mexico through more than 100 routes, of which 57 are national and 47 international. This new set of routes from Tulum reaffirms its commitment to connectivity and tourism.
Aeroméxico Strengthens its Presence at the AIFA
On the other hand, in relation to the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA), Aeroméxico has outlined an expansion plan.
To alleviate traffic at the Mexico City International Airport (AICM), they will increase their operations from the AIFA. Starting October 5, the airline will offer connections and flights to and from AIFA to:
- Acapulco (7 weekly)
- Aguascalientes (7 weekly)
- Cancún (21 weekly)
- Colima (7 weekly)
- Durango (14 weekly)
- Guadalajara (14 weekly)
- Houston (7 weekly)
- León (7 weekly)
- Monterrey (14 weekly)
- Mérida (7 weekly)
- Oaxaca (7 weekly)
- Puerto Vallarta (7 weekly)
- Veracruz (7 weekly)
This growth and adaptation of Aeroméxico reflects a commitment to mobility and tourism development in Mexico.
Implications and Benefits of New Routes
This strategic expansion of Aeroméxico to key locations such as Tulum and the increase in connections from AIFA not only seeks to satisfy current demand, but also to anticipate and adapt to the future needs of tourism and the regional economy.
With the Tulum Airport operational, an increase in the number of visitors to the Riviera Maya, one of the most coveted destinations in Mexico, is expected. This new airport infrastructure and Aeroméxico routes have the potential to redistribute tourist flow, which could relieve pressure on more saturated airports, such as Cancún.
The benefit is not only for tourists. Local residents and businesses will also benefit from these improved connections. More flights mean more opportunities for trade, cultural exchange and economic growth.
With the horizon expanding and the sky full of opportunities, Aeroméxico is charting the path toward a more connected and prosperous future for all. These new routes are just the beginning of what promises to be an exciting new era in aviation and tourism in Mexico.
Get ready to fly higher with Aeroméxico and Tulum Airport!
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