Delta & Aeromexico Launch New Service Between Boston and Mexico City

Tailplanes of a Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico aircraft
Image Credit: Delta Air Lines

Delta and Aeromexico recently celebrated the launch of their new service between Boston (BOS) and Mexico City (MEX) under their joint agreement.

This highly anticipated route, operated by Aeromexico, marks the airline’s return to the Massachusetts capital. 

The occasion was marked during a formal ceremony at Boston Logan International Airport. 

Celebrating a Boston-Mexico City Reunion

The recent launch of a new route between Boston (BOS) and Mexico City (MEX) by Aeromexico signifies the airline’s return to the Massachusetts capital.

This highly anticipated addition was celebrated with a special event at Logan International Airport. It was attended by key figures including Todd Smith (Director of Aviation Operations, Massport) and Felipe Cuellar (Deputy Consul of Mexico in Boston).

Customers on the inaugural flight received commemorative gifts to mark this momentous occasion.

A Look Ahead: Growth and Stronger Connections

The Delta-Aeromexico JCA’s commitment to providing a smooth travel experience extends beyond celebrations.

As the partnership expands, it strengthens the vital connection between the United States and Mexico, our second-largest trading partner.

With a focus on safety, comfort, and customer satisfaction, this collaboration is shaping the future of cross-border air travel.

Increased Routes and Frequencies

The JCA’s ambitious plans for 2024 include significant growth. Starting in January, Aeromexico began to introduce 17 new routes from seven Mexican airports, connecting them to nine destinations across the U.S.

This expansion will see increased flight frequencies on existing routes. Overall, it will see the airline operating nearly 60 daily flights to the U.S. by July 2024.

This represents a 35% increase in departures compared to 2023, with Aeromexico present in 36 U.S. markets.

Aeromexico’s increase in routes and frequencies is made possible thanks to its renewed fleet with more than 50 new aircraft, most of them the Boeing 737 MAX.

This is in addition to the previously communicated growth in which Aeromexico will have more than 1,000 monthly flights at Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA), starting in October.

Delta will also play a key role, operating 34 daily frequencies to Mexico by July 2024, serving seven different destinations.

Close-up of the fuselage of a parked Delta Air Lines aircraft.
Photo Credit: Delta Air Lines

More Options, Stronger Partnership

Combined, the Delta-Aeromexico JCA will offer over 30% more seats year-over-year, providing passengers with a wider range of travel options.

By 2024, the JCA will boast over 90 daily flights between Mexico and the United States on nearly 60 routes.

This growth reinforces the cross-border alliance’s commitment to bringing the two countries closer together through a robust network, seamless connectivity, and industry-leading services.

Benefits for Passengers

This agreement benefits customers from both airlines by offering more connectivity and scheduling options.

It also deepens the 21-year relationship Delta and Aeromexico share as members of the SkyTeam global airline alliance.

Passengers can leverage connecting hubs like Atlanta (Delta) and Mexico City (Aeromexico) for easier travel.  

They benefit through increased connectivity, VIP lounge access, and frequent flyer program benefits via SkyMiles and Aeromexico Rewards.

By Len Varley - Assistant Editor 4 Min Read
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