Neos Announces New Italy-Cancún Air Route Starting in December


The airline will connect these flights every Sunday before the end of 2024, announced Governor Mara Lezama.

Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa revealed that the Italian airline Neos will inaugurate a new air connection between Italy and Cancún, Mexico, starting next December 22nd.

In an official statement, the state leader expressed that this initiative marks a new era for tourism in Quintana Roo, allowing more visitors from around the world to discover the wonders of the Mexican Caribbean.

Neos will operate direct flights from three main Italian cities: Milan, Rome, and Verona, known as the city of Romeo and Juliet. The flights will have a capacity of up to 359 passengers, facilitating a significant increase in the flow of tourists to Cancún.

Neos airline, registered as Neos S.p.A., is a subsidiary of Alpitour S.p.A. and is headquartered in Somma Lombardo, Lombardy.

It is recognized for operating a modern fleet of Boeing 737 Next Generation and Boeing 787 aircraft, covering more than 73 destinations across Europe, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Brazil, the United States, and Mexico. Its main base of operations is at Milan Malpensa Airport.

The addition of this new route will further strengthen the ties between Italy and Mexico, promoting greater tourist exchange and contributing to the economic growth of Quintana Roo.

With growing air connectivity, the region seeks to ensure that tourism success translates into a better quality of life for its residents and workers.

Source: Sipse