Amerijet commences Felipe Ángeles International Airport operations

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Len Varley - Assistant Editor 3 Min Read
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Amerijet International Airlines has now commenced its operations between Miami International Airport (MIA) and Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU). The latter, situated approximately 45 km from Mexico City in Santa Lucia, Mexico, emerges as a strategic choice due to a governmental mandate.

The Mexican government has mandated all-cargo airline operators to relocate from Mexico City International Airport (MEX) to NLU, fostering an environment for expansion and efficiency.

The MEX to NLU Shift


The decision to permanently shift operations from Mexico City International Airport (MEX) to Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU) stems from Amerijet’s commitment to compliance and progress.

The move aligns with a decree by the Mexican government, emphasizing the importance of consolidating cargo airline activities at NLU. This relocation marks a transition towards enhanced infrastructure and potential growth avenues.

Gateway to Expansion: NLU’s Potential


Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU) stands poised as a promising hub for cargo operations. With a dedicated cargo terminal and its strategic proximity to Mexico City, NLU offers logistical advantages that can cater to increasing demands.

The Mexican government envisions NLU as a catalyst for fostering trade, enabling Amerijet and other cargo airlines to leverage its capabilities for seamless transport.

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Recognizing the diverse needs of its clientele, Amerijet International Airlines introduces a solution to ensure smooth transportation between Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU) and other prominent airports.

The all-cargo airline introduces bonded trucking services that establish connections between NLU, Mexico City International Airport (MEX), Querétaro Intercontinental Airport (QRO), Monterrey International Airport (MTY), and Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Guadalajara International Airport (GDL).

This network ensures that cargo can traverse efficiently and reach its destination promptly.

Amerijet’s Three Decades of Service


With a legacy spanning over three decades, Amerijet International Airlines has garnered a reputation for its unwavering commitment to safety and reliability.

The airline has played a pivotal role in servicing various industries, including automotive, pharmaceutical, aerospace, and perishables. Through consistent dedication, Amerijet has established itself as a reliable partner for cargo transportation needs.

Amerijet’s cargo operation capability is underscored by its modern fleet of B767 and B757 aircraft. These aircraft serve as the backbone of the airline’s freighter fleet, facilitating seamless connections across regions.

The Caribbean, Mexico, Europe, and the Americas all become more accessible with Amerijet’s comprehensive range of services. This fleet empowers Amerijet to provide both scheduled and charter flights, catering to the unique requirements of its customers.

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