Tony Lu
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Aeromexico

Wed Feb 14, 2001 7:14 am

Could you give me a list of destinations in the USA Aeromexico flies to? Thanks!  Big thumbs up  Big thumbs up
 
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RE: Aeromexico

Wed Feb 14, 2001 7:38 am

I always knew it as Aero-"Maybe"....hehe..:*)
 
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RE: Aeromexico

Wed Feb 14, 2001 9:21 am

U.S. Cities Served.


Los Angeles
San Diego
Ontario
Phoenix
Las Vegas
Houston
Dallas
Atlanta
Miami
Orlando
Chicago
New York J.F.K.



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Aeromexico's Destination Opb Delta

Wed Feb 14, 2001 9:36 am

Here's what I've found (as Summer 2000)

Seattle, Portland, Reno, Oakland, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Ontario, Orange County, Kahului, Honolulu, Albuquerque, Salt Lake City, Denver, Colorado Springs, Austin, Shreveport, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Mobile, Memphis, Jackson (MS), Little Rock, Birmingham, Huntsville, Knoxville, Nashville, St. Louis, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Savannah, Sarasota, Ft. Myers, San Juan, Tampa, W. Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Columbia (SC), Greenville (SC), Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh-Durham, Louisville, Lexington, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Norfolk, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, Newark, New York-La Guardia, Hartford, Boston, Rochester, Albany. (Additional cities is expected in the future)

In Canada: Montreal, Toronto.
In Japan: Tokyo.

Hope it helps.
Hope This Helps.
 
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RE: Aeromexico

Wed Feb 14, 2001 12:53 pm

Code shares, code shares! Here's something I've been wondering: in the back pages of Escala, the inflight AeroMexico magazine, there is a pic of all the aircraft tails in the Skyteam alliance, including Korean Air. There's even a smattering of Korean in the magazine. However, when providing diagrams of the hub airports for each airline, there's nothing in there about Seoul-Kimpo or Seoul-Inchon (yeah I know it's not ready yet." Seoul is not even listed as a destination as a code-share flight. As far as anyone would know, there's no way to get from Mexico City to Seoul, according to the AeroMexico timetable. When all it would take is one tiny connection in Los Angeles. What gives?
 
Tony Lu
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To Latinplane

Thu Feb 15, 2001 7:50 am

Are those destinations only by Aeromexico or served by its partener Delta Airlines?
 
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RE: To Latinplane

Thu Feb 15, 2001 9:33 am

Destinations which Latinplane mentioned is opb AeroMexico.
 
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RE: Aeromexico

Thu Feb 22, 2001 7:38 am

Does Aeromexico FLY to Cleveland or can you just buy tickets on another airline? I don't think I have ever seen them at KCLE.

Jake
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RE: Aeromexico

Thu Feb 22, 2001 7:55 am


A lot of the destinations mentioned by Jim1126 are Delta codeshares.

LatinPlane:

Where does AM fly to from Chicago?

 
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RE: Aeromexico

Thu Feb 22, 2001 11:50 am



Hi CactusA319,

AM flies to Chicago nonstop from Mexico City twice weekly. If you're wondering why you haven't seen them at ORD, it's because they get there really late around midnight and leave early in the morning.

By the way, we both are majoring in the same field: Aviation Administration  Big grin
I'm currently taking: aviation law (hard subject) Airport planning (Better start doing better) and Air Cargo (Doing pretty well).

Regards,
Apollo Diaz


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RE: Aeromexico

Thu Feb 22, 2001 2:53 pm


Apollo,

Really? That's cool. I've been through Aviation Law and it was tough. I am currently doing Airport Planning and Financial Aspects of Aviation. Last semester I did Airline Management in which we divided ourselves into teams and created our own airline, right down to the last detail. Very intense, but very rewarding. From what I hear,my school is the only one to have this kind of simulation. How far along are you in your studies?
 
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CactusA319

Fri Feb 23, 2001 6:24 am

Hey CactusA319,

Whats up? Well, This is my first term studying for this major. In my University's case, in order to major in Aviation Administration you must first take the pre-requisites at a Junior College and then transfer into the program. I finished the JC part last year and I am now a full time student.

I am currently in the process of designing and planning my own (fake) Air Cargo carrier in Air Cargo class. I am flying from L.A. to Manila considering the fact that the largest Air Cargo growth is expected to be in the transpacific market.

By the way, University of Southern Illinois at Carbondale has a satellite program for Aviation Administration majors here in Southern California located at the Mt. San Antonio Junior college campus. It's a hybrid program where you attend school on the weekends only and you finish the degree in a year in a half. At first I thought about joining but I found out that this major was offered at CSULA instead which is very close to my home. I was told that the program from your school was catered to ex-military pilots that need a college degree in order to get a job with the airlines.

I've noticed that you have a spanish name. Whats your background?

Best regards,
Apollo Diaz




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RE: Aeromexico

Sat Feb 24, 2001 4:39 am


Yeah, SIU has a lot of satellite programs around the country for aviation management, most of them at military bases for military pilots and such. But there are also given at airports for airport staff to get an aviation-related degree.

To answer your question, I'm Puerto Rican. I take it you are the AeroMexico List Moderator???  Smile/happy/getting dizzy