List of airlines of Mexico
Aero Mexico, Viva Aerobus, Volaris, Aeromar, Interjet, TAR Airlines, Calafia Airlines, AeroMexico Connect, AeroMexico Contigo.
Which are the Mexican Low-Cost airlines?
AeroMexico's Airplane, Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner
AeroMexico is the flag carrier airline of Mexico. AeroMexico operates scheduled services to more than 56 destinations in Mexico; North, South, and Central America;the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia.
AeroMexico Connect and AeroMexico Contigo
AeroMexico Connect and AeroMexico Contigo are the subsidiaries of AeroMexico. AeroMexico Contigo offers low-cost services. AeroMexico Connect is a regional airlines. AeroMexico Connect uses Embraer E-190 aircraft. AeroMexico Contigo uses Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
vivaAerobus's Airplane, Airbus A320
VivaAerobus.com is a Mexican low-cost airline company. VivaAerobus operates scheduled domestic services in Mexico and international services to the USA.
TAR Airlines, Embraer ERJ-145
TAR is a Mexican domestic airline company in Mexico. TAR operates scheduled domestic services in Mexico. TAR uses brazilian Embraer ERJ 145 jets.
Volaris's Airplane, Airbus A319
Volaris is a Mexican low-cost airline company. Volaris is the country's second largest airline after Aeromexico. Volaris serves 43 domestic destinations and 22 international destinations.
Aeromar's Airplane, Atr 72-600
Aeromar is an airline company in Mexico. Aeromar Airlines operates scheduled domestic services in Mexico and regional international services to the USA. Aeromar airline uses ATR 42/72 aircrafts in its fleet.
Interjet's Airplane, Airbus A320
Interjet is a Mexican low-cost airline company. Interjet Airlines operates scheduled flights to Caribbean, Central America, North America and South America.
Calafia Airplane, Embraer 145
Calafia is a Mexican domestic regional airline company. Calafia Airlines has scheduled flights focused on the Baja California region. Calafia Airlines operates its flights with Embraer airplanes manufactured in Brazil..