Starting on August 1st, Aeromexico will resume operations between the Mexico City International Airport and the Incheon International Airport in Seoul, South Korea. The airline will offer a daily flight, establishing itself as the only airline in Latin America connecting both regions.
Departing from Mexico City, the route will make a stopover at Monterrey International Airport. From Seoul, the route will fly non-stop to Mexico City. Over 12,000 monthly seats will be available, and tickets are currently being sold through Aeromexico’s official channels.
It will be the airline’s second destination in Asia after restarting non-stop operations to Tokyo in March 2023. The resumption of the Seoul route doubles the company’s offer in this region and reinforces the commitment with their business and leisure customers traveling through both markets.
|Mexico City (MEX) – Monterrey (MTY)
|Monterrey (MTY) –
|Seoul (ICN) –
Mexico City (MEX)
These flights will be operated with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, one of the most modern and eco-friendly aircraft, offering different service options: Premier One, AM Plus, and Main Cabin. Furthermore, these aircraft features enhance fuel efficiency and decrease carbon emissions by up to 25%.
The Mexico global airline will continue working to increase its network, elevating the journey towards an extraordinary experience.