Aeromar recently announced it is increasing the number of Mexican cities it serves to and from McAllen International Airport to seven. Travelers will now be able to avoid connections and changing terminals with the addition of the Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosí and Torreon extended service via the same aircraft, which includes an intermediate stop in Monterrey.
This extended service translates into significant time and cost savings, as well as a more relaxed journey for travelers.
Each city will connect to McAllen three times a week, beginning July 12. Promotional introductory fares beginning at $139 one way (inclusive of taxes) are now available for booking.
In addition, the schedule will be adjusted to enable same day trips between McAllen and Monterrey in both directions. Aeromar will continue to offer 27 weekly departures from McAllen through the summer. Non-stop flights includes 17 to Monterrey, eight to Mexico City and two to Guadalajara. One stop routes per week include three to Aguascalientes, two to Puerto Vallarta, three to San Luis Potosí and three to Torreón.
All passengers will need to deplane in order to complete immigration and customs formalities required by Mexican authorities at their first port of entry.