Garuda Indonesia partners with Aeromexico

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Aeromexico1A new air services agreement recently forged between Mexico and Indonesia opens up an opportunity for a codeshare between Aeromexico and Garuda, which in early 2014 will be joining the Mexican flag carrier in the SkyTeam alliance.

The partnership is expected to result in the first of many codeshares between carriers from Southeast Asia and Latin America.

Southeast Asian and Latin American carriers are starting to seek out opportunities to partner with each other as ties and trade between their regions increase. The current lack of partnerships between Southeast Asian and Latin American carriers give Gulf and European carriers an advantage in carrying passengers between two of the world’s fastest growing aviation markets.

Aeromexico is the only Latin American carrier serving Asia, where it sees opportunities for expansion using its new Boeing 787 fleet. But Aeromexico only serves North Asia and will need to rely on partnerships to serve Southeast Asia.

The agreement was signed by Indonesia’s Transportation Minister Evert Ernest Mangindaan and Mexican Foreign Minister José Antonio Meade Kuribreña on the sidelines of the APEC Summit on October 7 in Nusa Dua, Bali.

The agreement will allow the carriers to serve the route from Jakarta to Mexico City via Tokyo under a code sharing contract. Garuda Indonesia will serve the route connecting Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Tokyo’s Narita airport, while the Tokyo-Mexico City direct connection will be served by Aeromexico.



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A new air services agreement recently forged between Mexico and Indonesia opens up an opportunity for a codeshare between Aeromexico and Garuda, which in early 2014 will be joining the Mexican flag carrier in the SkyTeam alliance. The partnership is expected to result in the first of many codeshares between carriers from Southeast Asia and Latin America. Southeast Asian and Latin American carriers are starting to seek out opportunities to partner with each other as ties and trade between their regions increase. The current lack of partnerships between Southeast Asian and Latin American carriers give Gulf and European carriers an...

Aeromexico1A new air services agreement recently forged between Mexico and Indonesia opens up an opportunity for a codeshare between Aeromexico and Garuda, which in early 2014 will be joining the Mexican flag carrier in the SkyTeam alliance.

The partnership is expected to result in the first of many codeshares between carriers from Southeast Asia and Latin America.

Southeast Asian and Latin American carriers are starting to seek out opportunities to partner with each other as ties and trade between their regions increase. The current lack of partnerships between Southeast Asian and Latin American carriers give Gulf and European carriers an advantage in carrying passengers between two of the world’s fastest growing aviation markets.

Aeromexico is the only Latin American carrier serving Asia, where it sees opportunities for expansion using its new Boeing 787 fleet. But Aeromexico only serves North Asia and will need to rely on partnerships to serve Southeast Asia.

The agreement was signed by Indonesia’s Transportation Minister Evert Ernest Mangindaan and Mexican Foreign Minister José Antonio Meade Kuribreña on the sidelines of the APEC Summit on October 7 in Nusa Dua, Bali.

The agreement will allow the carriers to serve the route from Jakarta to Mexico City via Tokyo under a code sharing contract. Garuda Indonesia will serve the route connecting Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Tokyo’s Narita airport, while the Tokyo-Mexico City direct connection will be served by Aeromexico.



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