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Airlines in Mexico

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Passengers traveling on international flights should check in at the corresponding airline desk at least three hours before their flight leaves. The main entrance door to the Mexico via air is the International Airport of Tijuana which is served by all Mexican airlines from destinations all over the Country. This airport serves more than 120 flights daily, it has two landing strips with 9 and 12 thousand feet of longitude that cover the needs of private, cargo and commercial flights. Below is a list of airlines in Mexico. The airlines below are listed in alphabetical order. Click on the Airlines in Mexico for further information. Mexico Airlines
  Aero California Aero California
is an airline based in La Paz, Mexico. It is Mexico's third largest airline serving a network of 20 cities in Mexico operating over 200 flights daily. Maintenance and overhaul of aircraft, engines and components is also undertaken.
Aerolitoral Aerolitoral
is the regional airline of Aeroméxico based in Monterrey. It is considered the biggest and most important regional airline in Mexico, offering more than 207 scheduled flights daily to 28 destinations in Mexico and 3 in the United States.
Aeromar Aeromar
(Transportes Aeromar, SA de CV) is an airline based in Mexico City, Mexico. It operates mainly domestic routes, its main base is Mexico City International Airport, Mexico City.
AeroMéxico AeroMéxico
is Mexico's largest airline, largest in Latin America by number of destinations and also by fleet. It has been considered for more than 11 consecutive years as the most on-time airline worldwide. It operates more than 400 daily flights, or 750 together with Aerolitoral to 58 destinations.
Aeromexpress Aeromexpress
is an all-cargo airline based in Mexico City, Mexico. It operates air cargo services transporting general cargo, perishables, printed matter, live animals, works of art, securities and restricted products.
Aviacsa Aviacsa
(Consorcio Aviaxsa, S.A. de C.V.) is an airline based in Monterrey, Mexico. It operates extensive domestic services radiating from major hubs at Monterrey, Mexico City, Guadalajara and León, with extensions from Monterrey and Mexico City to 3 cities in the USA.
AVolar Avolar
is a Mexican low-cost airline based in Tijuana, Mexico. Operations began on August 2005 with a single Boeing 737-500 aircraft. AVolar is widely considered the first low-cost airline in Mexico. Since then, other low-cost airlines such as Click Mexicana, Interjet, and Volaris have surpassed AVolar in terms of growth.
Click Mexicana Click Mexicana
is a low-cost airline based in Mexico. It is a subsidiary of Mexicana which rebranded Aerocaribe to Click Mexicana in 2005.
Interjet Interjet
is a low-cost airline based in Toluca, Mexico. It operates from its hub at Lic. Adolfo López Mateos International Airport. It offers shuttle service between diferent points in Mexico City and Toluca Airport.
Líneas Aéreas Azteca Líneas Aéreas Azteca
is a privately held, Mexico-based airline formed in 2001, serving primarily Mexican and United States destinations. The airline is a member, under the name Azteca Airlines, of the Airlines Reporting Corporation
Mexicana Mexicana de Aviación
(commonly known by the shorter name Mexicana) is Mexico's second-largest airline - after Aeroméxico - and the world's fourth oldest airline still using its original name, after the Netherland's KLM, Colombia's Avianca, and Australia's Qantas.
Viva Aerobus Viva Aerobus
is a low cost airline part-owned by the founders of Europe's biggest low-frills carrier Ryanair. Viva Aerobus started operations in November 30, 2006 with the goal to undercut traditional Mexican carriers by up to 50 percent.
Volaris Volaris
is a low cost airline based in the city of Toluca, Mexico State. Volaris' first flight was a Toluca-Tijuana trip on March 13, 2006.

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