LAREDO, TX – The Mexican airline Aeromar, officially announced the start of its direct non-stop flights between the airport of Mexico City and Laredo TX, starting on October 5th.
This was announced at a press conference held by Laredo Texas Airport director Jeffrey Miller and the airline’s commercial director Juan Rosello.
Aeromar has already published and put on sale the service that will be provided initially three times a week in a schedule designed to provide the best use of working hours on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with morning and afternoon schedules.
“To minimize risks due to COVID-19, we have more than 100 new health protocols where all registration and obtaining boarding passes can be done virtually,” said Rosello.
For her part, attorney and council member Nelly Vielma indicated that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will have a legal scheme that will allow passengers coming from Northern Mexico to board the flight in Laredo Texas without the I94 Visitor forms, since they will simply require the B1 /B2 Visa to be able to board with destination to Mexico.
Source: El Financiero