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AeroMexico is a SkyTeam member. Including seasonal destinations, AeroMexico serves 13 American destinations from Mexico City.

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From Mexico City, you can connect through Mexico, Central America, and South America. The South American destinations:

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Delta is the American member of SkyTeam, so I went to to see if Delta miles can book AeroMexico award space at the moment. I found this itinerary on October 18 from Chicago to Buenos Aires on AeroMexico flights.Screen Shot 2015-10-05 at 2.07.07 AM

If Alaska had access to AeroMexico award space, the same exact flights would be 45,000 Alaska miles. I searched for the same flights, and just like Alaska’s website promises, they are indeed unavailable.Screen Shot 2015-10-05 at 2.08.28 AM



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