AEROMEXICO ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF ITS INTERNATIONAL DESTINATION NUMBER 50: BELIZE
The airline will offer seasonal flights on the Belize - #MexicoCityroute , with two flights per week.
Mexico City, Aug. 13, 2018 ( #GLOBENEWSWIRE) -- AEROMEXICO ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF ITS INTERNATIONAL DESTINATION NUMBER 50: BELIZE
The airline will offer seasonal flights on the Belize - Mexico City route, with two flights per week.
Mexico City, August 13, 2018. – Aeromexico will become the only #airline in Mexico to offer direct service to Belize from Mexico City, starting November 17, 2018 through April 28, 2019.
With this new #flight, Aeromexico announces the launch of its international route number 50. #NewYorkCity was the first destination the carrier started to serve outside of #Mexico in 1957. Since then, Mexico’s #globalairline set out on a course to offer #travelers enhanced options to connect them with the world.
The cultural and natural riches of Belize make this a destination that has much to offer tourists who enjoy visiting places less traveled. You can venture into the second largest #barrierreef in the world; dive through the Great Blue Hole that gets its intense color thanks to its 120-meter depth, or discover the beauties of the #Mayan#archaeologicalzones, such as Caracol, Altun Ha, Xunantunich, and Lamanai, surrounded by #lushjungles.
To explore the beautiful lands of Belize, when traveling for adventure or business, remember that Aeromexico will operate this route twice a week with the following itinerary:
Mexico City- #Belize ** AM 21888:30 a.m.10:30 a.m.Saturday, Sunday
Belize- #mexicoCity ** AM 218912:00 p.m.2:15 p.m.Saturday, Sunday *Times published are local to each country and are subject to changes without notice. **Subject to Government approval.
Aeromexico’s Chief Revenue Officer, Anko van der Werff said “At #Aeromexico, we are very happy to announce this new route that has also become the airline’s 50th international destination, which will help us expand our global connectivity network. This achievement is another sign that we are working to offer better products to our customers, removing barriers between countries, regions, and people.”
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