Emirates and Viva Aerobus enter interline partnership | Airlines

Emirates and Mexican low-cost carrier Viva Aerobus have announced that they have entered into an interline partnership, enhancing connectivity for passengers traveling to Mexico.

The partnership will allow Emirates customers to travel onwards from Mexico City to 21 domestic points with the convenience of a single baggage policy, utilizing both airlines on a single ticket.

Under the partnership, travelers booked on flights from Dubai International Airport (DXB) to Mexico City International Airport (MEX) can choose to fly to 21 additional domestic destinations such as Acapulco, Cancun, Guadalajara and Monterrey.

The interline network also includes direct flights from US points including Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Orlando and Miami to select Mexican destinations.

Conveniently. travelers from Mexico City can also fly direct to Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York JFK or San Antonio.

“This new partnership provides our customers with more choice to suit their travel plans and enables customers to seamlessly fly to a host of unique destinations in Mexico.  Emirates customers can also now fly directly between select US points and cities in Mexico,” Adnan Kazim, Emirates’ Deputy President, and Chief Commercial Officer said in a statement.

Meanwhile, Javier Suarez, Executive Vice President & Chief Planning and Alliances Officer at Viva Aerobus said…

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