Aerolíneas Internacionales

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Aerolíneas Internacionales
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1994
Ceased operations 2003
Hubs General Mariano Matamoros Airport
Focus cities Gen. Tijuana Int'l Airport
Lic. Miguel de la Madrid Airport
Fleet size 7
Destinations 13
Headquarters Mexico City, Mexico
Key people Ing. Luis Rodriguez Dorantes
Website Aerolíneas Internacionales official website at the Wayback Machine (archive index)
An Aerolíneas Internacionales B727 at Cuernavaca Airport.

Aerolíneas Internacionales S.A. de C.V. is a defunct airline which operated in Mexico.


Aerolíneas Internacionales started operations on July 1994 under its President Luis Rodriguez Dorantes and his brother, Alfredo Rodriguez Dorantes. Although named "Aerolíneas Internacionales" ("International Airlines"), the airline never operated outside Mexico.

The airline's permit was cancelled by the Secretariat of Communications and Transport due to violations of safety inspections on its aircraft; operations ceased on June 13, 2003.

The airline operated flights from Cuernavaca to Acapulco, Tijuana, Aguascalientes, Hermosillo, Cancún, Reynosa, Ciudad Juárez, Veracruz, Monterrey, Culiacán, Morelia, Guadalajara and Mexico City.

Fleet history[edit]


All but one of the 727's are currently abandoned at Cuernavaca's airport.[when?] One of the 727 was bought by Kidzania, and is currently located in Seoul, for the new opening of KidZania Seoul.[when?]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ North American Airlines, published by Airways International Inc 1987