In the 1950′s and early 1960′s fleet Aeronaves de Baja california (Aeromexico) included Douglas DC-3, Douglas DC-6, and the Bristol Britannia. In 1959, the airline was nationalized. Beginning in 1961, “Aeronaves” began to replace the piston engine aircraft with new jets. The first jets are a pair of Douglas DC-8. Between 1962 and 1963, Aeronaves de Baja california (Aeromexico) took over the Guest Aerovias Mexico, the second airline in Mexico, they joined with the name Aeronaves de México. Then in the 1960s, the Douglas DC-8 was added and continued service to Europe.
In the early 2000s, the airline plans into Mexico Stock Exchange, but was eventually postponed due 11 September 2001 attacks, which also affect the aviation world, where many airlines suffered losses as a direct result of this tragedy. In the period between 2000-2005 Aeromexico has an average fleet of 60 airplanes on the main line, plus 20 in Aerolitoral, as well as five CEOs during this time. In 2003, the airline received the first Boeing 737-700 Boeing 717 instead. On March 29, 2006 Aeromexico CEO, Andrés Conesa announced the inauguration of direct flights between Japan and Mexico City via Tijuana.
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