Aviation News

March 8, 2011

Air Europa to Launch Madrid-Mexico City Service in June 2011

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Air Europa will introduce four-times weekly Madrid–Mexico City service on-board Airbus A330-200 aircraft on 2 June 2011. (Service will be reduced to three-times weekly from mid-September). This complements existing daily service operated by Skyteam partner AeroMexico.

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The Madrid-based carrier already operates daily Madrid–Cancun service using Airbus A330-200 aircraft.

Schedule

UX067 MAD 1100 – 1610 MEX Tue, Thu, Sat
UX067 MAD 2355 – 0505+1 MEX Sun

UX068 MEX 1235 – 0600+1 MAD 332 Mon
UX068 MEX 1810 – 1135+1 MAD 332 Tue, Thu, Sat

Saturday service operates until 19 September 2011



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