Aeroméxico Travel

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Aeroméxico Travel
Aeromexico Travel MD-83.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Ceased operations2011
HubsCancún International Airport
Frequent-flyer programClub Premier
AllianceSkyTeam (Affiliate)
Fleet size3
Parent companyGrupo Aeroméxico
HeadquartersMexico City, Mexico
Key peopleAndrés Conesa Labastida (CEO)

Servicio Mexicano de Vuelos de Fletamento S. A. de C. V., operating as Aeroméxico Travel, was a charter flight subsidiary of Aeroméxico, and started operations on June 2, 2008, with the inaugural flight AM6771 from Mexico City to Cancún. The airline was in charge of charter flights from Mexican resort destinations to several cities in the United States and Canada. In August 2011, its parent company, Aeroméxico, decided to retire the "Travel" brand and focus on scheduled operations instead.


The airline operated flights to the United States, as well as charter flights from Mexico City and Monterrey to Cancún, Puerto Vallarta, Huatulco, Mérida, Mazatlán, and Cozumel. The airline had charter flights to Minneapolis from Cancún during the winter and early spring.


The Aeroméxico Travel fleet consisted of the following aircraft.

Aeroméxico Travel Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers Aircraft Registration
McDonnell Douglas MD-83 3 155 N583MD, N838AM, N848SH
  • Aeroméxico Travel had an average fleet age of 22.9 years

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