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Aeromexico GDL-MEX 737-800 Business Class

I was upgraded on GDL-MEX from Economy to Business Class due to being a Skyteam Elite Plus member (Delta Gold Medallion). The distance between Guadalajara and Mexico City is 286 miles which made this flight very short. The flight time was less than an hour.

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I chose the bulkhead aisle seat in Business Class on the Boeing 737-800. The seat was similar to typical domestic First Class on a US Carrier.

There was plenty of legroom in my bulkhead aisle seat.

I was offered an orange juice as a pre departure beverage. Yes, it was in a real glass!

For breakfast, the flight attendant offered packaged donuts. I was surprised there was a snack offered on such a short flight.

I also had a glass of orange juice during the flight.

The flight was very short and quite no frills with the flight attendants being courteous throughout the entire flight. I landed in Mexico City Airport Terminal 2 and took the Sky Train to Terminal 1. From Terminal 1, I walked to the Airport Metro station where I took the subway to the city-center.

 

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