Delta to fly Minneapolis-Mexico City direct from June 8

Delta aircraft picture from the airline’s official Facebook page.

Minneapolis (TAN): Delta, in partnership with Aeromexico, will offer a new nonstop service between the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, and Mexico City, from June this year, subject to government approval.

Steve Sear, President – International and EVP – Global Sales, Delta, said according to the feedback they got from the passengers of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Mexico City Mexico City happens to be the most requested destination, and that the new service will give them that.

“At the same time, it allows for more choice and options for customers in many US and Canadian cities through one convenient, easy connection as well as easy connections to dozens of destinations in Mexico thanks to our partnership with Aeromexico,” he added.

Delta will deploy its Airbus A319 for the service that will start from June 8.

According to the schedule, flights from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will take off at 0850 hours and land in Mexico City at 1301 hours, while the return flight will leave Mexico City at 1400 hours and arrive at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport at 1814 hours.

Mexico City could become the third new international destination from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport announced by Delta in 2018.

Together Delta and Aeromexico operate over 160 flights between the US and Mexico on a daily basis.


Talk to me