Mexico’s flagship carrier Aeromexico has responded to growing passenger demand and said it will be increasing frequencies to Boston from the country’s capital Mexico City.
The airline announced it will be launching nonstop flights to Boston from Mexico City in June this year. The direct flights will be operated six days per week. About 50,000 people travel between the two cities every year.
Boston’s Logan International Airport has added nonstop flights to several destinations since 2012. These destinations include Dubai, Beijing, Istanbul, Tel Aviv and Hong Kong.
The airport also recently saw the resumption of nonstop flights to Shannon, which will operate round the year. The airport authorities are also hopeful that a daily nonstop service to Belfast will become operational soon. Logan International Airport is presently providing direct flights services to 42 international destinations.
Meanwhile, Aeromexico has announced the launch of its new flights to Managua from Mexico City. The airline will be offering six weekly flights between the two destinations, from Monday through Friday and Sunday. The airline will be deploying an Embraer 170 aircraft configured with 76 seats to conduct flights on Managua-Mexico City route.
The new service to Nicaragua’s capital Managua will also prove to be beneficial for Nicaraguan passengers to conveniently connect to major cities in North America such as Washington D.C., San Francisco, New York, Montreal, Miami, Los Angeles, Houston, Denver and Dallas. The travelers from Nicaragua will also be able to connect to more than 40 important destinations in Mexico, two each in Canada and Asia, and three cities in Europe.