|Top route||Mexico City Benito Juarez to Monterrey Gen Mariano Escobedo|
|Top airport||Mexico City Benito Juarez|
flight canceled, after 6 hours waiting in the airport talking to very nasty untrained aeromexico people ... i had to stay teh night in mexico city and they put me in teh cheapest hotel ive slept in my life without A/C ... worst day of my life... DO NOT FLY AEROMEXICO!!!
Waited 3 hours for luggage b/c it cam out of the wrong carousel.
Only the seats were uncomfortable
No signs for boarding, rude boarding staff.
SLC was bad to much chaos with TSA
Airport is great. A train would help. Also. Upgrade with empty planes is desirable
everything is very good the service
Airline did not provide wheelchair on connection flight
My gosh, Aeromexico really just couldn’t be any worse. From start to finish, everything was terrible. Canceled flights, losing a day of our vacation, having to stay the night in Mexico City because of said canceled flight, no entertainment system, horrible turbulence, flight attendants who couldn’t be bothered to do their jobs. It’s just a horrible airline and Covid has made it worse. Avoid if you can and go with Delta or Alaska.
The flight boarded from the most remote gate in the whole airport, so it's a long walk from wherever you are (Gate F). Since this seems to be the most recent addition to the airport, then there's nothing at that gate in regards to shopping, drinks or food. We were just connecting from a LONG flight and didn't have time to eat. Other than that, the crew was supper attentive, the flight left on time (SURPRISE!) and got to Torreon earlier than expected.
Business-class looks more like an economy plus. They have practically nothing to offer on broad. Really disappointed
The screen for my seat was not working so no entertainment in my seat only.
The screen was not working so no entertainment was available in my seat only. Also, seats in the row before the Exit row do not lean back. I learned this today :-)
Long delays. Boarding process very hard to hear. Chaotic. Not good
50 minutes waiting to open the door of the plane already parked better logistic plz
The snacks, You can be offer more snacks
Horrific check in employees. If I could rate it zero stars I would. I give them one triangle:
Been able to deboard faster it took forever after we arrived at the gate
We landed and were kept on board 40 minutes after landing with no explanation! I tweeted the airline for help which they replied asking for the flight number and then ignored everything else. Very unprofessional. Very bad experience
3 hours delay
A crew member was very rude and forced us to check in our carry on although we were sitting on row 7 we explained that we didn't have any checked in bags and did this so we could speed up our exit. He was very rude and grabbed our luggage's and tagged them to be checked in and said everyone has to check them in there is not space on the plane. As soon as we got on the plane we could see all the available overhead space and multiple people behind us with luggage's that were bigger than ours brought them on the plane. The fact that he was so rude really made the flight experience horrible. His attitude felt like he singled us out and just wanted to ruin our day which he did.
Boarding was awful and delayed. The plane was uncomfortably hot, and no wifi
everything is fine
Timing, and plane
I flew first class and I was beyond disappointed. It was a regular coach configuration the entire plane. The only thing that made it “first class” was a spacer between the two coach seats. I paid for first class, not a piece of plastic between seats. What a joke. I was served a 3 ounce portion of wine and nothing more. I had one Kit Kat bar . This is not what I would expect from AeroMexico and a Delta partner. Might as well stick to Volaris if that’s their idea of “first class”
SkyTeam Elite Plus status was not recognized by Aeromexico (it was on my outbound flight - I even got upgraded - the return flight was a complete 180 degree experience). The flight was not properly catered. No wine available other than in first class, only beer option was Michelob Ultra. Not the crews fault, likely just poor logistics with catering and ground personnel. At the time, masking was required but not properly enforced at all.
On board Aeromexico flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x40x25cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Aeromexico assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Aeromexico offers direct flights to 56 cities in 18 different countries. Monterrey, Guadalajara, and Cancún are the most popular cities covered by Aeromexico.
Aeromexico concentrates most of its flight operations in Mexico City.
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To keep customers busy during their trips, Aeroméxico has an app that you can download onto your phone or tablet prior to take off in order to watch recently released movies and television shows. Travelers are also welcome to use messaging and texting apps on their phones to keep in touch with their loved ones without having to pay for the plane’s Wi-Fi.
With this airline, it is possible to travel all across the world, including to the continents of Europe, Asia, and South America. While France, Spain, and the Netherlands are great destinations for anyone hoping to have a vacation in Europe, Peru, El Salvador, and the Dominican Republic are convenient options for those going to South or Central America.
For those that are interested in having a particularly comfortable and luxurious trip, choose to fly in the Clase Premier class. In addition to giving you access to an airport lounge while waiting for your flight to start boarding, this class will provide you with a reclining seat that transforms into a flatbed, priority check-in and boarding, a free hot meal, the option of checking a bag for free, and unlimited beverages.
Aeroméxico codeshares with several different airlines, including Air France, Copa Airlines, and Korean Air. Additionally, the company has had a joint venture agreement with Delta Air Lines since 2011 that allows them to codeshare certain flights, as well as determine the prices for certain trips together and share the profits and costs for flights that go directly between the United States and Mexico.