Emirates will launch a new daily service from Dubai to Mexico City International Airport, via the Spanish city of Barcelona, on December 9th. Citizens from Mexico, Spain and the UAE just need their passports to enjoy visa free travel to each individual nation. The new route will be worked with a two-class Emirates Boeing 777-200LR which offers 38 business class situates in a 2-2-2 design and 264 seats in economy class.
The new 777 flight will also offer up to 14 tonnes of cargo, opening up access to increasingly worldwide markets for Mexican fares, for example, avocados, berries, mangoes, car parts and medicinal supplies. Tim Clark, leader of Emirates, stated: “We are eager to have the option to present new air network among Dubai and Mexico. “The availability of high-quality, daily international air services is essential for the development of tourism, business and cultural ties. Mexico City, the primary goal in Mexico to be served by Emirates, is the biggest city of Mexico and the most crowded city in North America.
“Mexico underpins the dispatch of the long-awaited Dubai-Barcelona-Mexico City, which reacts to Mexico’s administration the travel industry approach towards opening new markets and reinforcing availability between the Middle East and Mexico. “We are eager to receive tourists from this part of the world,” said Mexico minister of tourism, Miguel Torruco Marqués.
Mexico is a popular destination for business and leisure travellers around the world, specifically from UAE, Spain, India, Pakistan, Singapore, Egypt and Lebanon. The nation is likewise home to Middle East people group that would now be able to exploit the new service.Willgoto, World travel directory and travel guide