Mexico and Romania seek to boost air connectivity
MEXICO CITY — Guillermo Ordorica Robles, the Mexican ambassador to Romania, recently held a meeting with Lulian Scrieciu, director of TAL Aviation Romania, in order to boost air connectivity between the two countries on Aeromexico flights.
The Mexican consulate stressed that said meeting intends to unite the International Airport of Mexico City (AICM) and the Henri Coanda airport (OTP), with a stopover at the Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat airport.
Currently, in order to travel from Mexico to Bucharest, you can make stops at different airports such as Munich (traveling with Lufthansa), Rome (with Alitalia) and Paris, with Air France.
In addition, Aeroméxico just opened its new route between Barcelona and Mexico, which will be operated through a B787-9 Dreamliner, after six years of keeping it inactive. Similarly, Emirates has just announced that it will operate a flight between Dubai and Mexico City, with a stopover in the Catalan city.
TAL Aviation, aims to expand the distribution of airlines in the world through affordable investments and rates; the company represents airlines such as Cathay Pacific, Cathay Dragon, Icelandair, Air Europa, Qantas Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Aeromexico, Interjet, ASL Airlines, SunExpress, Air Canada, Aerolineas Argentinas, American Airlines, among others.