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Aeroméxico And Delta Air Lines Unveil Details Of US-Mexico Expansion

Summary Aeromexico and Delta will launch 15 new routes between Mexico and the United States in 2024 to expand their partnership.
The new routes will gradually start from January 2024, with daily and weekly flights connecting various cities.
Delta will introduce a non-stop route from Atlanta to the under-construction Tulum International Airport, while increasing frequencies on other routes.
On Tuesday, Aeromexico and Delta Air Lines announced the launching dates of 15 new routes that will begin in 2024, connecting Mexico and the United States, including Mexico City-Boston and Atlanta-Tulum services, among others.
New routes are coming up
As part of their Joint Cooperation Agreement (JCA), Aeromexico and Delta are set to launch new routes between Mexico and the United States in 2024. The partnership was heavily restricted between 2021 and 2023 due to Mexico’s downgrade to Category 2 by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Category 1 was restored in September.
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Beginning in January 2024, Aeromexico will gradually launch new routes to the United States and increase the frequency of several routes currently available. Likewise, Delta Air Lines announced it will launch a non-stop route connecting Atlanta Hartfield Jackson International Airport (ATL) to the currently under construction Tulum International (TQO) while also increasing the weekly frequencies on its Atlanta-Cozumel (CZM) service.
A closer look at these routes
Let’s take a look at the new routes.
On January 8, 2023, Aeromexico will launch three new routes. These services will connect Guadalajara International (GDL) and Monterrey International (MTY) with Atlanta Hartfield and Querétaro Intercontinental (QRO) with Detroit (DTW).
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The Guadalajara-Atlanta route will begin with one daily flight departing every day from Guadalajara at 07:30 and reaching Atlanta at 12:15. Aeromexico will operate the return service, leaving at 15:15 and arriving in Guadalajara at 17:55.
The Monterrey-Atlanta will also be daily, departing at 08:00 from Monterrey and reaching Atlanta at noon.
Finally, the Queretaro-Detroit flight will have six weekly flights departing from QRO at 14:01 (reaching Detroit at 19:11). The return service will take place at 08:40 and reach Queretaro at 11:55.
On February 1, Aeromexico will begin to operate its new route from Mexico City’s Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU). This service will connect with McAllen (MFE), Texas. Aeromexico will operate one daily flight departing NLU at 14:15 (landing at 15:55). The return service will leave at 06:00, reaching Mexico City at 7:35.
Most of the new routes will be launched in March. On March 14, Aeromexico will debut its routes Bajío (BJX)-Atlanta, Merida (MID)-Atlanta, Guadalajara-Detroit, and Monterrey-Salt Lake City (SCL). All these routes will have daily flights.
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A week later, on March 21, the Mexican carrier will launch a service from NLU to Dallas Fort Worth (DFW), with daily flights, and from Mexico City International Airport (MEX) to Boston, also with daily flights.
Finally, on March 28, Delta will begin flying from Atlanta to Tulum with daily flights departing from Georgia at 11:10 and reaching the Yucatan peninsula at 13:00. The return service will depart at 14:25, arriving in Atlanta at 17:55.
Delta Air Lines will increase its connectivity from Atlanta to Cozumel in May from one weekly to one daily service starting on May 7.
On May 16, Aeromexico will launch its Monterrey-New York (JFK) route, which we have covered recently.
Finally, Aeromexico will have two new routes in July, connecting Mexico City International Airport with Washington DC (IAD) and Salt Lake City. These two services will have daily flights. This is a map with Aeromexico and Delta’s new and upgraded routes:
Photo: Great Circle Mapper.
What do you think about Aeromexico and Delta’s newly announced routes? Let us know in the comments below.



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