To accelerate the recovery of tourism and motivate travelers to enjoy different destinations, the regional airline in Mexico launched the Aeromar Passport.
This exclusive benefit will allow passengers with a single payment to travel as many times as they want the rest of the year. You should only cover taxes for each trip.
Each Aeromar Passport is distinguished by the names Gold, Beach, and Bronze, each with a cost and a list of destinations where customers can travel each they wish until December 31, 2020.
The Aeromar Bronze Passport has a cost of 4,999 pesos, and with this you can travel to Acapulco, Ixtapa Zihuatanejo and Veracruz. El Plata has a rate of 6,999 pesos, to fly to Huasteca Potosina, San Luis Potosí and Oaxaca, as well as the routes from Guadalajara to Puebla and Puerto Vallarta.
While Oro, with a cost of 9,999 pesos, allows you to choose to travel to Ciudad Victoria, Colima, Ixtepec, Lázaro Cárdenas, McAllen, Manzanillo, Piedras Negras, Poza Rica, Saltillo and Tepic.
The promotion to acquire the Aeromar Passport is valid until May 20. Passengers who purchase it must only book their flight 48 hours before the scheduled departure.
Flight dates are subject to availability, only apply on the routes indicated, and will not apply with other promotions.
This disruptive benefit in the airline sector will drive the recovery of business and leisure travel; and joins other recent Aeromar announcements, such as the launch of its Tariff Families last March.
The announcement came along with the World Health Organization’s declaration of a pandemic of coronavirus, which halted the plans of many companies in the tourism and aviation sector.
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