American Airlines inaugurates new route from Chetumal to Miami
With the debut of this new new route, the company adds a total of 28 flights to Mexican soil
American Airlines inaugurated its 28th destination in Mexico with the opening of the Chetumal (CTM) route to Miami, (MIA), continuing with its expansion plan in Mexico for 2021.
The new route will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays in an aircraft Embraer 175, with capacity for 76 passengers, 64 seats in the Main Cabin and 12 seats in the Business Class.
Route / Days of operation / Hours / Aircraft type
MIA-CTM Wednesday and Saturday 10:50 am Embraer 175
CTM-MIA Wednesday and Saturday 1:50 pm Embraer 175
"American has a commitment of almost 80 years of service in Mexico and today we are proud to close this 2021 by inaugurating the flight from Miami to Chetumal," said José María Giraldo, Director of Operations for Mexico, Central America, Colombia and Ecuador at American Airlines. "We are excited to open the doors of Chetumal to more travelers from the United States and the world."
The inauguration ceremony was attended by the Governor of the State of Quintana Roo, Carlos Manuel Joaquín González, who said, "This pioneering flight in the state capital will benefit the entire southern region and expand its tourism offer, contributing to our objective of strengthening the economy and development of this region ”.
Similarly, Darío Flota Ocampo, general director of the Tourism Promotion Council of Quintana Roo said “We appreciate the interest that American Airlines has always shown to support the tourist destinations of the Mexican Caribbean, we hope this route will help generate traffic in both directions. so that it is successful for all and remains a long time ”.
“This year American celebrates 40 years of serving in the state of Quintana Roo, operating from Cancun, and today with our new service in Chetumal we will offer better access to tourists who wish to visit the state capital, as well as the tourist destinations of Bacalar and other nearby archaeological sites, "said Vicky Uzal, commercial director at American Airlines for Mexico.