Aeromexico has a fleet of Boeing (NYSE: BA) 777, 767, 737 and the latest models of Embraer (NYSE: ERJ) 145, 170 and 190.
What does AM stand for?
AM stands for AeroMexico (IATA Airline Code)
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We have 232 other meanings of AM in our Acronym Attic
- Adaptive Multiplexer
- Address Management (USPS)
- Address Modifier
- Adeptus Mechanicus (game)
- Adhesion Molecule
- Administrative Module
- Adoptive Mother
- Advance Mission
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Advanced Mission (game)
- Aeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force)
- Aerospace Medicine (US Navy)
- Afore Mentioned
- Afrique Magazine (French: Africa Magazine)
- After Market
- Against Me! (band)
- Age-Matched (Z-score used in conjunction with DEXA scan reports)
- Agencia de Monitoreo (Guatemala, security agency)
- Agent Metal (music composition group)
- Aggressive Mechanism
Samples in periodicals archive:
Oct 22, 2007 Aeromexico A government agency handling the Aeromexico sale said it would accept the Citigroup and its Mexican partners offered USD$248.
With its renowned signature service and superior on-time performance, Aeromexico brings the nation's bustling business centers, romantic resorts, beautiful beaches and historic sites within easy reach of air travelers.
Oct 22, 2007 A government agency handling the Aeromexico sale said it would accept the Citigroup and its Mexican partners offered USD$248.
residents who visit Mexico can earn travel rewards simply by using the new AeroMexico Visa[R] or AeroMexico Visa Signature[R] Card for their purchases.
Also, with the frequency increase, the service will switch to the Embraer RJ-145, operated for Aeromexico by Aerolitoral.
The launch of our new online travel portal is part of an ongoing program of customer service improvements and reconfirms our commitment to making Aeromexico Latin America's leading carrier.
and Mexico, opening a link from the great Pacific Northwest to the heart of Mexico," said Carlos De Uriarte, Aeromexico vice president of sales and marketing, USA and Canada.