Aeroméxico restarted its commercial flights to Nicaragua
Aeroméxico restarted its commercial operations in Nicaragua on July 1st with its flight AM 650 that departed from Mexico City to Managua’s Augusto C. Sandino International airport, strengthening and diversifying the air connectivity of the land of lakes and volcanoes in the context of post-pandemic.
Aeroméxico will fly to Nicaragua on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, departing at 9:10 a.m. from Mexico’s International Airport to the Augusto C. Sandino International Airport in Managua, returning at 12:00 in the afternoon, offering 2,700 seats per month on flights operated with Embraer 190 equipment.
In this context, Nicaragua’s Minister of Tourism, Anasha Campbell, stated that the renewal of flights demonstrates the confidence in our country and contributes to the effort that the Government of Reconciliation and National Unity has been making in favor of the tourism industry’s recovery. “Connecting ourselves, in these times, is a challenge and a necessity; Nicaragua is ready and waiting for all those who want to enjoy authentic, responsible, sustainable and accessible tourism for all”.
Meanwhile, Giancarlo Mulinelli, Aeroméxico’s senior vice-president of Global Sales, said that they are pleased to return to Nicaragua “a country with great cultural, tourist and architectural wealth. We recognize the work that is done day by day in alliance with all the representatives of the tourism sector in the destination and thanks to that today, Nicaragua joins the reactivation of our international flights, which little by little we will continue to increase to offer more and better options to our clients”.
At the Nicaraguan air terminal, the Embraer 190 was greeted with the traditional ‘water salute’, a ritual that welcomes and wishes good luck for future trips and connections.
Aeroméxico joins Avianca and Copa Airlines, which resumed flights in September 2020 and January 2021, respectively.
Its network of destinations covers Mexico, the United States, Canada, Central America, South America, Asia, and Europe. The group’s current operating fleet is made up of Boeing 737 and 787 aircraft and the latest generation Embraer 190.
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