Pzurita1 From Greenland, joined Sep 2002, 1393 posts, RR: 14 Posted (11 years 4 months 2 days ago) and read 1817 times:
I share with you some info contained in the printed Aeromexico timetable dating January 13th, 1958.
The most important routes were:
MEX-ACA: 35x in Convair 340 (52pax)
MEX-ACA: 20x in DC4 (subject to demand)
MEX-GDL: 3x in DC3; 7x Convair; 7x in DC4
GDL-TIJ: 7x in Convair
MZT-LMM-Navojoa-CEN-GYM-HMO: 7x in DC 3
MZT-CUL-LMM-CEN: 7x in DC3
GDL-MZT: 7x DC4
MZT-LAP: 4x in DC4
MEX-NYC: 7x in Britannia
MEX-TRC-CUU: 7x in DC4 and 7x in Convair
MTY-TRC-DGO: 6x in DC3
CUU-CJS: 7x in Convair
There were also flights HMO-Nogales, CEN-GYM-TIJ, ACA-LAP-TIJ-ACA, DGO-MZT, DGO-CUL, CUU-NvoCasas Grandes-Cananea-NOG-MXL-TIJ, CUU-NOG.
A first class round trip to NYC costed: U$276.2. They also offered a limo service to San Diego pax taking their flights in TIJ.
It is clear the most important route was MEX-ACA...
Latinplane From United States of America, joined Dec 1999, 2735 posts, RR: 14
Reply 1, posted (11 years 4 months 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 1766 times:
Wow, MEX-ACA 20x daily. Also interesting was how many international airlines flew to ACA, which received service from Qantas, Aerolineas Peruanas, and Canadian Pacific to name some. I guess Acapulco was today's version of Cancun.
I have a pic of my Aunt boarding an Aeronaves de Mexico Brittania @ TIJ in 1963, on one of her annual trips to GDL. Back then, only Mexicana flew to LAX (and they have been flying here since 1934). When she passed away, I found several AeroMexico tickets amongst her old pics. On one from the 60s, she had paid something like $154.00 one way on the TIJ-GDL route. Quite interesting, as today you can pretty much fly the same route on AeroMexico for $100.00
I also have an Aeronaves de Mexico timetable from 1968. Aeronaves de Mexico was the official airline of the Mexico City Olympic games, and its route network included: Montreal, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York, Tucson, and Miami in North America. To the south it flew to: Panama City, Bogota, and Caracas, and to Europe it flew to: Madrid and Paris via Miami 3x a week. AM and IB code-shared on the route, but IB flew to MEX via SDQ 4x weekly.
Ghost77 From Mexico, joined Mar 2000, 5224 posts, RR: 51
Reply 3, posted (11 years 4 months 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 1710 times:
Too bad to see flights to Navojoa, Nogales, Casas Grandes and Cananea are not anymore in AeroMexico's routes... hope I can see one of this days SOON the return of aviation into this cities and more exotic places forgotten by our airlines!
Ricardo Morales - flyAPM - ¡No es que maneje rapido, solo estoy volando lento!