Air Canada Forms Interline Partnership with Mexico’s Aeromar


Air Canada has announced the launch of an interline partnership with Mexican airline Aeromar that offers connectivity for customers between destinations in Mexico and Air Canada’s global network via Mexico City, Puerto Vallarta and Cancun.

Travel advisors are now able to book flights on both airlines on a single ticket itinerary for seamless check-in, boarding, and baggage transfer throughout the entire journey.

Air Canada serves seven destinations in Mexico (MEX, CUN, PVR, SJD, CZM, ZIH and HUX) from YYZ, YUL, YVR, YYC, YOW, YHZ, YQB, and YWG with connections through its global network to more than 185 destinations worldwide. According to Air Canada, its overall capacity to Mexico will exceed pre-pandemic levels this summer, while further ramping up to more than 100 weekly flights next winter.

Aeromar’s connecting destinations include Acapulco (ACA), Aguascalientes (AGU), Colima (CLQ), Ciudad Victoria (CVM), Flores/Tikal (FRS), Guadalajara (GDL), Havana (HAV), Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo (ZIH), Ixtepec (IZT), Piedras Negras (PDS), Puerto Escondido (PXM), Tepic (TPQ) and Villahermosa (VSA).

The airlines are also "committed" to exploring deeper cooperation in the form of a codeshare relationship and are currently working on the launch of Aeromar as a partner of Air Canada’s Aeroplan program. Expected to be in place before summer 2022, this cooperation will be Aeroplan’s first partner airline based in Mexico.

“We are very pleased to partner with Aeromar because it allows us to offer our customers convenient access to a wider range of destinations throughout Mexico. Moreover, this agreement will advance our strategy to strengthen our major Canadian hubs with connecting traffic. We look forward to deepening our partnership with Aeromar to the benefit of both airlines’ customers,” said Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President Network Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada.

“We expect our collaboration to develop rapidly and are grateful to Air Canada for its trust and commitment to Aeromar. As Mexico’s leading regional carrier, Aeromar continues to add value to travellers by further expanding our portfolio of interline agreements with world-class airlines such as Air Canada,” added Fabricio Cojuc, Aeromar's Chief Network Officer.

For more information, visit the respective web sites of Air Canada and Aeromar.

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