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AMX Virtual

13 años transformando la aviación virtual - 13 years of transforming virtual aviation.

Desde el año 2009, un grupo de amigos con una gran pasión por la aviación se unieron con el objetivo de crear la aerolínea virtual más destacada y duradera en IVAO México. En el año 2010, Grupo Aeromexico Virtual fue presentado al público, compuesto por dos aerolíneas virtuales, Aeromexico y Aeromexico Connect. A medida que pasaron los años, se agregó una nueva aerolínea para completar a su totalidad Grupo Aeromexico Virtual: Aeronaves de México

Since 2009, a group of friends with a great passion for aviation came together with the objective of creating the most outstanding and long-lasting virtual airline in IVAO Mexico. In 2010, Grupo Aeromexico Virtual was introduced to the public, made up of two virtual airlines, Aeromexico and Aeromexico Connect. As the years passed, a new airline was added to complete Grupo Aeroméxico Virtual: Aeronaves de México.

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88 Años transformando la forma de volar.

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History of Aeromexico

The history of Aeroméxico began in 1934 as Aeronaves de México and began operating in 1935. In its early years, the airline offered domestic and international flights to destinations such as Los Angeles, New York, and Havana. During World War II, Aeromexico suspended its operations, but resumed it in 1946 with a renewed fleet and an expanded route network. In the 1950s, the airline merged with Mexicana de Aviación to form the Aerovías de México group, which became the largest airline in Latin America in the 1960s. In 1988, the Mexican government privatized Aeromexico, selling a majority stake to a group of Mexican investors. The airline continued to expand its route network and modernize its fleet in the decades that followed, joining the SkyTeam global airline alliance in 2000.

History of Aeromexico Connect

The history of Aeromexico Connect began in 2006 as Aeromexico’s regional airline. It was originally called Aerolitoral and operated regional flights with small planes. In 2011, it changed its name to Aeromexico Connect and began using Embraer E-170/175 and E-190 aircraft for its operations. The airline offers flights to destinations within Mexico and in some Central American countries.