Mexicana Airlines Destinations

    Established in 1921, Mexicana Airlines was one of the best airlines in Latin America. Serving travelers to and from Mexico, the airlines ruled the roost for quite some time. However, due to high labor costs, Mexicana Airlines filed for bankruptcy in August 2010. The airlines was based in Mexico City and operated flight services to more than 49 destinations across the North, Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean. Destinations connected most by Mexicana included Montreal, Mexico City, Puerto Vallarta, San Jose, Miami, Los Angeles, San Jose and Havana. As the country’s oldest airline, Mexicana’s main hub was Benito Juarez International Airport with secondary hubs in Cancun International Airport and Guadalajara’s Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport. The airline also became a member of the prestigious Star Alliance network in 2000 and created two low cost airline sub-brands in 2005. At that time, along with a fleet of 109 airplanes, the Mexicana group of airlines flew around 11 million travelers in 2009.

Travelling Mexicana Airlines

    Mexicana offers two classes of voyages on all its flights. These included ‘Clase Elite, or Business Class, and Economy Class. Mexicana Airlines Business Class travelers were offered seats with adjustable headrests and electrical controls, portable entertainment units with AVOD, airline magazines Vuelo and Elite, complimentary newspapers on flights departing from hubs and focus cities, 10 music channels and complimentary headphones, and exclusive Hermès Clase Elite kit of amenities on flights to Europe and to South America. They were also given warm meals, snacks throughout the flight, as well as refreshments.

    For the Economy Class travelers, Mexicana offered Vuelo, the airline magazine, duty-free catalogue on select international flights, complimentary newspapers on flights departing from hubs and focus cities, 10 music channels and complimentary headphones, visual entertainment provided through overhead-compartment-screens, complimentary meals on international flights and a buy-on-board program on all domestic flights.

Only in Mexico

    Can you enjoy a resort town bursting at its seams with fun galore. Acapulco is the original Mexican resort town that had no looking back after it found popularity as a getaway for Hollywood stars and millionaires. To date, the town remains a famous tourist destination offering a heady concoction of explosive nightlife revelry, postcard beaches, ceaseless watersports, gourmet restaurants and world-class hotels, and of course, the awe-inspiring landscapes.

    Sitting pretty in the mountains of the Sierra de Guanajuato, the beautiful colonial city of Guanajuato will certainly make you go on a shooting frenzy, the camera way of course. A picture perfect historical town welcomes when you reach here and the little plazas, streets lined with ornately done up architecture sweep you off your feet with their striking beauty. Walk the cobblestone streets and alleys, visit its old and new churches, and enjoy gourmet meals at neighborhood cafes, you’ll love to linger on for some more in the city.

    Sun-kissed beaches and the allure thereof, not for nothing is Mexico’s several beached thronged by millions of tourists from around the world. 365-days a year, one can find ample sun and sand to enjoy and let your hair down. Laze around in a seaside hammock and curl up to a book or race your adrenaline through various watersports, the beaches of Mexico will thrill you like none other.
    Find captivation through Cozumel, located just off the Yucatan Peninsula, a popular destinations for scuba diving and snorkeling. The striking underwater world, Cozumel is one of the best diving areas in the world. Since the time it was discovered, Cozumel has become a National Marine Park to protect the delicate balance of its beautiful coral reefs and amazing variety of tropical fish.

About Mexicana Airlines

    Established in 1921, Mexicana Airlines was Mexico's oldest airline and one of the oldest continuously single-branded airlines before stopping operations on August, 2010. Based in Mexico City, the airline provided its travelers with exhaustive domestic and international services. It flew to destinations such as North America, Central America, the Caribbean, South America and Europe. Mexicana Airlines’ primary hub was Mexico City's Benito Juarez International Airport, with secondary hubs at Cancún International Airport, and Guadalajara's Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport. In addition to its subsidiaries, MexicanaClick, MexicanaLink, and Oneworld partners, Mexicana codeshared with airlines like Aeromar, Aeroméxico, Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Avianca, Condor Airlines, and Lufthansa.

Our fleet

    At the time of its shut-down, Mexicana Airlines fleet included 10 Airbus A318-111, 25 Airbus A319-100, 26 Airbus A320-200, 2 Airbus A330-200, 2 Boeing 767-200ER, and 2 Boeing 767-300ER.

Our Benefits

    MexicanaGo was Mexicana Airlines frequent flier program whereby it offered various services and products to its clients based on miles accrued. It also offered various ‘Elite’ lounges across world’s airports.
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