Aeromexico drops 33% of its flights between Mérida and new CDMX airport

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Felipe Ángeles International Airport. Photo: Getty Images

Aeromexico will reduce flights between Mérida and the new Felipe Ángeles International Airport in Mexico City.

To a lesser extent, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Puerto Vallarta, and Oaxaca are also affected by the service cuts, Simple Flying reported.

The cuts, starting in October, could reduce flights by 11.5% and seats by over 20%, according to Cirium. 

By then, Aeromexico is set to operate 823 monthly flights across eight domestic routes and one international route — to Houston) from Felipe Ángeles. 

Mérida is hardest hit. Aeromexico will drop from 49 to 33 monthly flights at MID, a 33% reduction. 

Still, Felipe Ángeles is seeing an overall 11.6% increase in flights from low-cost rivals Viva Aerobus and Volaris over last year.

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