Aeromexico Offers Customers Affected by Hurricane Rita, the Opportunity to Reschedule Penalty-Free

Aeromexico Offers Customers Affected by Hurricane Rita, the Opportunity to Reschedule Penalty-Free



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Houston, TX–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–September 22, 2005–Aeromexico, Mexico’s largest airline, is offering customers whose travel plans have been affected by Hurricane Rita, the flexibility to reschedule their trip without penalty.

Customers ticketed on Aeromexico flights scheduled to depart or arrive into or out of Miami International Airport, or George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston during September 19-26, may reschedule their travel one time without incurring additional fees or penalties.

Those who choose to reschedule must notify Aeromexico prior to their original date of travel, and rebook by October 3, 2005. Those customers choosing to reschedule their travel will be responsible for any fare difference at the time of rescheduling. However, passengers scheduled for travel on Aeromexico flights cancelled as a result of Hurricane Rita, will not be responsible for fare differences or rebooking fees or penalties.

Customers may call Aeromexico’s toll-free reservation and customer service line at (800) 237-6639 to reschedule their travel or for more information. Additional information about Aeromexico can be found at Aeromexico’s bi-lingual Web site at http://www.aeromexico.com/usa.

All Aeromexico passengers, including coach class, enjoy Aeromexico’s traditional Mexican hospitality with full meals, complimentary cocktails, exceptional in-flight service, and superior on-time performance. The airline most recently earned the Best Airline to Mexico award from Travel Savvy Magazine, and the Best Airline in Mexico award by Global Traveler Magazine. Its attention to the safety of passengers has also been honored by the U.S. Transportation and Safety Administration with their Friendship Award.

Aeromexico serves more than 40 cities in Mexico, more than any other airline, and 16 gateway cities in the United States including Atlanta; Boston; Chicago; Dallas/Fort Worth; El Paso; 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.

Aeromexico Offers Customers Affected by Hurricane Rita, the Opportunity to Reschedule Penalty-Free