Class rating 7.4
- Boarding 8.5
- Seat for sitting 5.5
- Seat for sleeping 4.5
- Service 8.5
- Entertainment 7.0
- Food & drink 6.0
- Punctuality 10.0
- Baggage 9.0
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On Boeing 767-300s, Executive Class comprises 42 seats in a 2:2:2 configuration with a 72-inch (183 cm) pitch and 75 degree recline. There are overhead IFE video screens in the cabin which measure 80 x 90 cm, however, business class passengers are also given portable media players offering a wider selection of movies on demand. The IFE system features films and TV shows in Spanish and English plus eight audio channels.
Boeing 767-200s have been fitted with 160° reclining Minipod XM
bed seats complete with fully adjustable leather head and armrests, a
central cocktail table, a folding food service table and a shoe
compartment. Seats have a pitch of 65 inches (165 cm).
Executive Class passengers receive complimentary meals and drinks with menus developed with leading Mexican chef Enrique Olvera. Sommelier Sandra Fernández has selected wines from the prestigious Tierra de Vinos cellar. Vegetarian, kosher, and children’s meals are available on request.
Complimentary newspapers and magazines include the airline’s own Executive Class in-flight magazine, Diez.
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Travelled in Elite class on a recent trip to Mexico City from London Gatwick. The service was very good. The seats recline to 160 degrees and are in a 2-2-2 configuration. On both trips I had an aisle seat and managed to sleep quite well, the recline felt almost like a full flat bed. The food was of good quality however I could not find a traditional mexican food... more