Mexico City, Mexico — Aeromexico has announced that from November 17 to April 28 of next year they will begin a new Mexico City-Belize route, making it the airline’s 50th destination.
Executive Director of Revenues of Aeromexico, Anko van der Werff said, “The route helps us increase the global connectivity network. This achievement is another sign that we continue to work to offer a better product to our customers, eliminating any barrier between countries, regions and people.”
He recalled that the first destination outside of Mexico was New York in 1957, in which he undertook a path of great effort to offer travelers more options to connect with the world.
In a statement, he explained that the cultural and natural riches of Belize offer a lot to tourists as a destination, adding that it’s a great place for those who enjoy unexplored places such as diving through the 120-meter-deep Blue Hole or discovering the archaeological sites of the Mayan culture of Caracol, Altun Ha, Xunantunich or Lamanai surrounded by lush jungle.
He specified that the route will operate with two weekly frequencies on Saturdays and Sundays, with departure from the International Airport of Mexico City at 8:30 a.m. and from Belize, it will depart at noon.