Aeromexico has announced the start of a seasonal twice a week non-stop flight to Belize.
The service will start on November 17th and run until the end of April next year.
The move makes Aeromexico the first major Mexican commercial airline to offer such service to the country of Belize.
Flight 67 will be on Saturdays and Sundays.
It will depart Mexico at 08:30 and will arrive at the Phillip Goldson International Airport at 10:30.
It will depart Belize at 12:00 and arrive in Mexico at 14:25.
“Mexico is a fast-growing market for Belize and therefore we welcome Aeromexico’s new flight as it will highly facilitate the movement of people between both neighbouring countries.
“Belize is a country of countless attributes. Its cultural and natural wealth is virtually unmatched.
“Its indigenous lineage and multiple ethnic groups, excellent cuisine and friendly people, and the many historical attractions, festivals and natural wonders all makes Belize a perfect Destination, which Mexicans will surely enjoy,” said Karen Bevans, Belize Tourist Board director of tourism.
Bevans added: “The Belize Tourist Board is also dedicated to developing and implementing tourism programs that will help strengthen and grow the Belizean tourism industry; promote good destination stewardship; and instil high quality standards for accommodations.”
Aeromexico has served the Central American market for more than 11 years and operates more than 600 scheduled passenger flights per day, with service to 43 destinations in Mexico and 49 international destination from Mexico City.
Its fleet of more than 130 aircraft includes Boeing 787 and 737 jet airliners.
Announcing the new flight, Aeromexico chief revenue officer, Anko van der Werff, said: “At Aeromexico, we are very happy to celebrate this new route that has also become the airline’s 50th international destination, which will help us expand our global connectivity network.
“This achievement is another sign that we are working to offer better products to our customers, removing barriers between countries, regions, and people.”