Monday, March 5, 2018

Aeromexico says farewell to the Boeing 777

The end of the 777 era at Aeromexico has come to a close as the carrier bid farewell to it's final 777-2Q8(ER) in late February. As the carrier modernizes it's aircraft fleet, the Boeing 777, an aircraft that has been critical to it's history did not fit into the airlines future plans. During its tenure, the 777 held court as the largest commercial aircraft operated by a Mexican airline.

The last flight took place on February 26, 2018 utilizing 777-2Q8(ER) (28689/365) N774AM, departing from Buenos Aires (EZE/SAEZ) as "AM31" and landing at Mexico City International Airport (MEX/MMMX) at 7:50 PM.

Beginning February 27, 2018, all long haul flights (to Europe, Asia, and some cities in South America) will be operated with the carriers 787 Dreamliner, the world’s most modern passenger aircraft.

(Michael Carter - Editor Aero Pacific Flightlines)

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