Airline NewsAirport NewsNorth AmericaUKWestern Europe AeroMexico 787s to London in March by Matt Falcus January 13, 2014 written by Matt Falcus January 13, 2014 AeroMexico has brought forward the date it will start using its Boeing 787s to London Heathrow to 15th March. Originally they were due to operate from 16th April. The aircraft will be used twice weekly from Mexico City, but is due to stop operating in late May. 787aeroheathrowlondonmexico 1 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Matt Falcus previous post Delta DC-9s could live on in the Dominican Republic next post airberlin and Etihad A320 revealed You may also like Who Still Flies the Boeing 717? Volotea Bows... January 15, 2021 EGO Airways – Italy’s Newest Airline January 14, 2021 Norwegian Cancels Long-Haul Resumption January 14, 2021 Boeing Takes Order for Final Four 747s January 13, 2021 New Airliners January 2021 January 6, 2021 China Airlines to End 747 Operations in February January 4, 2021 Which Airlines Fly the 737-900? December 29, 2020 Where are Norwegian’s 787s? December 24, 2020 Sunclass Airlines Rebrands with New Livery December 19, 2020 Which Airports Have the Most Stored Airliners? December 18, 2020 1 comment paul newman January 18, 2014 - 9:41 pm Why Stopping in May? Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.