Houston, TX–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–September 14, 2006–Aeromexico, Mexico’s largest airline, today announced it will begin offering complimentary ground transportation from Passaic and Union City, New Jersey, to New York’s JFK International Airport for passengers going to any destination Aeromexico serves in Mexico as well as ground transportation from Mexico City to the city of Puebla, for passengers flying from New York.
The service is similar to the very successful intermodal service Aeromexico began late last year, offering complimentary bus service from Southern California for its passengers utilizing Tijuana International Airport.
Aeromexico passengers purchasing travel on any of the airline’s three daily non-stop flights from New York’s JFK Airport to any of its Mexico destinations can receive the complimentary voucher from Passaic and Union City to JFK utilizing ground transportation provided by Eastern Bus Co. Separately, any Aeromexico passenger from JFK to the final destination of Puebla also can receive a complimentary voucher, utilizing ground transportation company Estrella Roja.
“Aeromexico is always working to deliver greater service and value to our passengers,” said Carlos de Uriarte, Aeromexico vice president of sales and marketing, U.S. Division. “Our new ground service from Passaic and Union City will provide Mexican and Mexican-American passengers ease of travel from their home to their homeland.
“Additionally, Puebla is an important destination for many of our customers and this new service offers great convenience to our passengers.”
The complimentary airport transportation voucher for either the New Jersey to JFK or the Mexico City to Puebla service is only available for Aeromexico passengers who book their reservation with a travel agent or via Aeromexico’s toll-free reservation hotline at (800) 237-6639.
Aeromexico serves more than 40 cities in Mexico, more than any other airline, and 14 gateway cities in the United States including; Boston; Chicago; Ft. Lauderdale, Houston; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Miami; New York City; Ontario, Calif.; Orlando; Phoenix; San Antonio; San Diego; and Tucson – and five countries in Europe and South America. Founded in 1988, Aeromexico has become the leading carrier in the region by maintaining the highest service levels, which have earned the airline numerous top rankings in the industry. The airline was the first Mexican carrier to introduce a frequent flyer program. Today, Aeromexico’s Club Premier program enjoys more than two million members. Aeromexico is a founding member of the SkyTeam global airline alliance, which provides customers with extensive worldwide destinations, flights and services. The airline’s corporate headquarters are in Mexico City and its U.S. operations are based in Houston.