AeroMexico's status match campaign has sprung up and I thought it was worth spreading the information. There appears to be only sparse information over at Status Matcher, and what is there seems old. For the novices I wrote a post last year to introduce status matches here.
As per usual status match requirements you will need to take a screenshot of your current frequent flyer programme plus your card. In addition AeroMexico want to see a scan of your passport or other government-issued travel ID so they can compare your personal details.
If status is granted you will get your new status for a trial period of 6 months, during which time you need to earn at least 40% of the qualifying miles (“Premier Points”) to retain the status. For Club Premier Gold this is 20000 Premier Points (usually 50000), and for Club Premier Platinum this is 32000 Premier Points (usually 80000).
Normally airlines do not match against other airlines within the same alliance, but on this occasion going by their “equivalence table” (see below) AeroMexico are accepting evidence from a whole host of other Skyteam partners.
As you can see in cases such as American Airlines Platinum members (Oneworld Sapphire) they are giving Club Premier Platinum (Skyteam Elite Plus) but only Club Premier , but in others like Air France/KLM where Gold is deemed to be Skyteam Elite Plus (outside North America) then this will only give you Club Premier Gold in this instance.
To participate in the status match, you should visit AeroMexico's official page here.
As a side note, if you are doing this in the interest of gaining lounge access, bear in mind that you only get it for Skyteam Elite Plus (not Skyteam Elite) and under Skyteam rules lounge access is permitted only when you have an itinerary with an international component with the exception of Caribbean islands. So Los Angeles – Atlanta – Amsterdam would give you access at Los Angeles and Atlanta, but Los Angeles – Atlanta – Kingston (Jamaica) would not give you lounge access. (Thanks to Robert for helping to clarify this point)