AeroMexico named “Best Airline in Mexico” for 4th Consecutive Year


For the fourth consecutive year, AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, has been selected as the “Best Airline in Mexico” for 2009 by the readers of Business Traveler magazine.

“AeroMexico is proud to accept the ‘Best Airline in Mexico’ award for the fourth consecutive year, affirming our commitment to unparalleled customer service,” said Frank Galan, Vice President, U.S. Division, AeroMexico. “We strive to be ‘a tus ordnenes’ (at your service) from the moment our guests book their flights all the way through baggage claim. It’s incredibly gratifying that Business Traveler’s discerning readers have given us their vote of confidence once again.”

AeroMexico has earned top honors in the “Best Airline in Mexico” category every year since the award began in 2006.

“As a premier airline, AeroMexico stands out because it excels at meeting the particular needs of business travelers to and from Mexico, and provides the highest levels of service, comfort and convenience,” said Eva Leonard, editor in chief at Business Traveler magazine. “We are thrilled to honor AeroMexico with this award for the fourth consecutive year, a true testament to their position as a market leader.”

Through this and other honors, AeroMexico has been recognized for its distinctive style of attentive, personalized in-flight service, which includes complimentary beverages, cocktails and complete meals. The airline has further distinguished itself with one of the world’s best on-time flight records, the highest safety and quality standards ratings, outstanding reliability and baggage handling performance, and exceptional value based on its competitive fares and superior service.

This year marks the 21st annual “Best in Business Travel” awards at Business Traveler, a magazine that reaches 500,000 frequent domestic and international travelers. More than 4,000 readers of its U.S. edition were surveyed and asked to choose their favorite airlines, hotels, airports and other business-travel service providers in 55 categories. The survey consisted of open-ended questions with no suggested company names or choices given.