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| CLAVE IATA | CIUDAD | NOMBRE | 1 | | Acapulco - Gro. | Aeropuerto Internacional General Juan N. Álvarez | 2 | AGU | . | | 3 | BJX | León - Gto. | | 4 | | | Aeropuerto Internacional Abraham González | 5 | CLQ | | Aeropuerto Nacional Licenciado Miguel de la Madrid | 6 | CME | Cd. del Carmen - Camp. | | 7 | | Campeche - Camp. | Aeropuerto Internacional Ing. Alberto Acuña Ongay | 8 | CTM | | | 9 | CUL | Culiacán - Sin. | | 10 | | | Aeropuerto Internacional de Cancún | 11 | CUU | | | 12 | CVJ | Cuernavaca - Mor. | | 13 | | Cd. Victoria - Tamps. | Aeropuerto Internacional General Pedro José Méndez | 14 | CZM | | Aeropuerto Internacional de Cozumel | 15 | | Durango - Dgo. | | 16 | | Guadalajara - Jal. | Aeropuerto Internacional Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla | 17 | | | Aeropuerto Internacional General Ignacio Pesqueira García | 18 | HUX | Huatulco - Oax. | | 19 | | La Paz - B.C.S. | | 20 | LMM | | Aeropuerto Internacional Federal del Valle del Fuerte | 21 | | Monclova - Coah. | | 22 | | Loreto - B.C.S. | Aeropuerto Internacional de Loreto | 23 | MAM | . | Aeropuerto Internacional General Servando Canales | 24 | MEX | | | 25 | | Mérida - Yuc. | Aeropuerto Internacional Manuel Crescencio Rejón | 26 | MLM | Morelia, Michoacán | Aeropuerto Internacional General Francisco J. Mujica | 27 | MTY | Monterrey - N.L. | Aeropuerto Internacional General Mariano Escobedo | 28 | MXL | Mexicali, Baja California | Aeropuerto Internacional General Rodolfo Sánchez Taboada | 29 | MZT | Mazatlán, Sinaloa | Aeropuerto Internacional General Rafael Buelna | 30 | OAX | Oaxaca - Oax. | Aeropuerto Internacional Xoxocotlán | 31 | PBC | Puebla - Pue. | Aeropuerto Internacional de Puebla | 32 | PCA | Pachuca, Hidalgo | Aeropuerto Nacional Ing. Juan Guillermo Villasana | 33 | PQM | Palenque, Chis. |…...

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