Emirates Boeing777-200LR Emirates 

Emirates received authorization to fly to Mexico via Barcelona

The airline based in the United Arab Emirates plans to start a route between Dubai and Mexico with a stopover in Barcelona before the end of the year. Emirates reported that the Minister of Development and the Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Transport and Housing of Mexico authorized the airline to operate flights between Mexico City and Dubai with a stopover in Barcelona. In turn, the General Directorate of Civil Aviation of Spain granted the fifth freedom to the company, which will allow it to transport passengers and cargo between…

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Voom Airbus Helicopter Airbus Mexico Voom Helicopters 

Mexico releases Voom, the “Uber” of the helicopters

The capital of the North American country is the second city in the world to have the service. Airbus Helicopters created the service of helicopters on demand Voom some time ago, the service was already implemented in the Brazilian city of São Paulo, where it transported more than 3,000 passengers to date. On March 8, Voom began its operations in Mexico City, making this city the second in the world to have the service. Voom, which works similar to the service provided by Uber or Cabify in automobiles, will allow…

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Mexico City new airport Mexico 

The new Mexico City International Airport will start operations at the end of 2020

Its development is planned to serve 125 million users and become the largest hub for Latin America. The New Mexico City International Airport is a project that will replace the current International Airport of Mexico City (MEX) due to the saturation situation of the latter, which moved no less than 44,732,418 passengers during 2017. Located in the municipality of Ecatepec de Morelos, northeast of Mexico City, the New Mexico City International Airport will be built on an area of ​​4,430 hectares that are owned by the Federal Government. The project was…

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Interjet aircraft Interjet 

Interjet begins routes to Canada

The Mexican airline begins to operate routes between Mexico and Canada this month. Interjet has started its first flights to Canada this week. Flights operate routes from the Mexico City International Airport (MEX) and Cancún International Airport (CUN) to Montreal International Airport (YUL) with Airbus A320 aircraft three times a week. In addition to these routes, Interjet will begin to fly the route from México city and Cancún to Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) since July 28. According to Philippe Rainville, President and CEO of Interjet, the market of travel for pleasure or business…

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