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AeroMexico Cashes in on College Lushes
Hats off to AeroMexico for getting in on one of the world's most random air routes. The airline just launched its non-stop service from Tijuana to Tokyo (Narita). In the interest of full disclosure, the flight originates in Mexico City before stopping in Tijuana and continuing on, but make no mistake about it: AM is full-on promoting its Tijuana to Narita service.
AeroMexico flies a 2-class 777 on the route, with business-class and economy cabins. Flights depart Tijuana on Tuesdays and Fridays, and Narita on Wednesdays on Saturdays. Like that's not a sheisty plan...catch those SDSU students at the beginning of their extended weekend benders and let them ship themselves off to Japan before they come to. Friday departures (which are really late-late-night Thursday) arrive in Narita in the early morning, with enough time to catch AeroMexico's Saturday afternoon return flight once you've processed your mistake. We suppose this could also be used for honest vacations and business trips too.
[Photo: Enrique Gracia]