I thought I’d switch it up a little and review an Aeromexico flight segment in economy coach class. I flew from Mexico City to Lima, Peru (MEX-LIM) and the flight departed from Terminal 2 in Mexico City International Airport. I couldn’t grab an upgrade on Aeromexico to Business using my Delta Gold Medallion (Skyteam Elite Plus) elite status because Business Class was full.
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The Sights and Sounds of Xochimilco in Mexico City
The Sights and Sounds of the Scouts of Xochimilco in Mexico City
The Sights and Sounds of UNAM in Mexico City
The Sights and Sounds of Mexico City By Night
The Various Eats in Mexico City Part 4
Aeromexico MEX-LIM 737-800 Economy Class
LAN Airlines LIM-EZE 767-300 Business Class
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The Sights and Sounds of Microcentro in Buenos Aires Part 2
The Sights and Sounds of Recoleta in Buenos Aires Part 2
The Sights and Sounds of San Telmo in Buenos Aires Part 2
The Sights and Sounds of Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires
The Sights and Sounds of Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires
The Various Eats in Buenos Aires Argentina Part 2
Buenos Aires Airport LAN Airlines Oneworld Lounge
Buenos Aires Airport Star Alliance Gold Lounge
LAN Airlines EZE-SCL A320 Economy Class
The Sights and Sounds of Santiago Chile Part 2
The Sights and Sounds of the Downtown Santiago Chile Part 4
The Various Eats in Santiago Chile Part 3
Santiago Airport American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge
Santiago Airport LAN Airlines Neruda Salon VIP Lounge
LAN Airlines SCL-MEX 767-300 Economy Class
Alaska Airlines MEX-LAX 737-800 First Class
The economy class cabin on the Boeing 737-800 (738) was in a 3-3 configuration.
I had chose an exit row window seat which had plenty of legroom. There was also a blanket on the seat on this overnight redeye flight to Lima, Peru.
There isn’t any type of in-flight entertainment on this six hour international flight, so bring your own.
Meal service began 40 minutes after the flight reached cruising altitude. The meal consisted of a chicken or pasta dish. I had the pasta which came with a side salad, bread, and a chocolate for dessert. The meal was edible, but left me hungry for the rest of the flight.
The flight wasn’t too bad since I knocked out after the meal and woke up just in time to land in Lima for my short layover. If you want a comparison between Business Class on this same aircraft configuration, check out the flight I took last year from Guadalajara to Mexico City. I know it’s a domestic versus international route comparison, but you can get an idea of what the seats look like.