Flights to and from Mexico
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Interjet is an international Mexican airline with scheduled services to Mexico, Central America, Caribbean, North and South America.
The airline flies to over 53 destinations in 8 countries, including 36 cities in Mexico.
From Benito Juárez International Airport (Mexico City) and Lic. Adolfo López Mateos International Airport (Toluca), the airline services include: Chicago, Dallas/FT, Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Orlando/Sanford and San Antonio. Other international routes include Montréal, Canada, Havana, Santa Clara, Varadero, Cuba, Bogota, Colombia, Guatemala City, Peru, Lima, San Jose, Costa Rica and more.
The airline's fleet comprises of more that 77 aircraft, including 3 Airbus A320neos, 48 Airbus A320s, 4 Airbus A321S and 22 Superjet 100s.
Interjet was founded in 2005 and began operations in December of that year with 1 Airbus A320 aircrat.
By January 2010, the airline has increased their aircraft by 10 to replace many second-hand ones. Interjet took over the vacant slots of Aero California and established services to Mexico City International Airport in Mexico City.
Interjet offers three types of fares:
Light fares includes snacks and drinks and 2 pieces of carry-on baggage which together weigh maximum 10kg (22lbs).
The Optima are allows checked baggage of 25kg (55lbs), the ability to choose your seat, complimentary snacks and drinks, changes are free of change at the same rate.
Priority class allows 2 bags of 25kg (110lbs) with 2 pieces of carry-on baggage, the ability to choose your seat including first and second row with preferential check-in and boarding.
Interjet also offers Interjet Jetbook making your shopping and booking experience easier. Frequent destination passes offer multiple benefits that will allow passengers to save on each flight, schedule the dates of each trip according to your needs and make name or date changes without additional charge.
Acquire passes quickly and easily:
1. Enter or sign up for Club Interjet
2. Choose a national or international destination
3. Select 5, 10 or up to 15 round flights
4. Make your payment
Interjet have codeshare agreements with American Airlines, LATAM, LATAM Brasil, LATAM Chile and Iberia.
||Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
||Toronto Pearson International Airport
Vancouver International Airport
El Dorado International Airport
|San José de Costa Rica
Juan Santamaría International Airport
||José Martí International Airport
||Abel Santamaría Airport
Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport
La Aurora International Airport
||Acapulco International Airport
||Aguascalientes International Airport
||resumes December 15, 2017
||Campeche International Airport
||resumes December 15, 2017
||Cancún International Airport [Focus City]
||Chetumal International Airport
||Chihuahua International Airport
||Ciudad Obregón International Airport
||Ciudad Juárez International Airport
|Ciudad del Carmen
||Ciudad del Carmen International Airport
||Cozumel International Airport
||Culiacán International Airport
||Durango International Airport
||Guadalajara International Airport [Focus City]
||Hermosillo International Airport
||Bahías de Huatulco International Airport
||Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport
||La Paz International Airport
||Del Bajío International Airport
||Los Mochis International Airport
||Playa de Oro International Airport
||Mazatlán International Airport
||Mérida International Airport
||Mexico City International Airport [Hub]
||Minatitlán/Coatzacoalcos International Airport
||resumes December 15, 2017
||Monterrey International Airport [Focus City]
||Oaxaca International Airport
||Palenque International Airport
||Puerto Escondido International Airport
||Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport
||Reynosa International Airport
|San José del Cabo
||Los Cabos International Airport
|San Luis Potosí
||San Luis Potosí International Airport
||Tampico International Airport
||Tapachula International Airport
||Tijuana International Airport
||Toluca International Airport
||Torreón International Airport
||Tuxtla Gutiérrez International Airport
||Veracruz International Airport
||Villahermosa International Airport
Zacatecas International Airport
Jorge Chávez International Airport
||O'Hare International Airport
||Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
||George Bush Intercontinental Airport
||McCarran International Airport
||Los Angeles International Airport
||Miami International Airport
|New York City
||John F. Kennedy International Airport
||John Wayne Airport
||Orlando Sanford International Airport
||San Antonio International Airport
Frequent Flyer Program
Passengers can benefit from Club Interjet Intertours frequent flyer program.
There are 3 options:
Club Interjet Premium
Club Interjet Familiar
17th May 2018
Interjet will change airport they operate from in Orlando
From 14th June 2018, Interjet will relocate the airport in which it operates its Orlando route to. The airline will stop flying to Orlando Sanford (SFB) and instead fly to Orlando International (MCO).
The Mexican airline currently flies from Mexico City International (MEX) to Orlando Sanford four times a week with the Airbus A320 aircraft. However, this will stop on 11th June 2018, and from the 14th of the same month, it will begin operating the service to Orlando International, flying to an increased seven times a week. It is understood that the airline will still use the A320 with the service.
27th March 2018
Interjet adding nonstop flights between San Antonio and León, Mexico
Interjet Airlines is adding daily nonstop service from San Antonio International Airport to León, Mexico — expanding this city's air connectivity with that country. The Mexico-based, low-cost carrier will begin the new flights on June 22.
León will be the fourth Mexican city served by the carrier. Interjet plans to use the 93-seat Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft for its flights between the Alamo City and Del Bajìo International Airport.
San Antonio Aviation Director Russ Handy said local leaders are “very pleased with the persistent investment" that Interjet continues to make in San Antonio. He said the new flights are another indicator of growing demand for service between South-Central Texas and Mexico.
Interjet Chief Commercial Officer Julio Gamero said the new service will boost the carrier's presence in the U.S., while increasing connectivity between Mexico and "one of Texas' most visited cities."
The Bajìo region, in West North-Central Mexico, is among that country's fastest-growing areas. Like San Antonio, it's also home to multiple World Heritage sites.
San Antonio is now one of a handful of U.S. cities with nonstop flights to León.
20th March 2018
Interjet introduces Golden Gate route pair
There were celebrations at San Francisco on 14 March to mark a double route launch from Interjet, with the Mexican LCC starting services from both Cancún and Guadalajara on the same day. A special cake was also baked for the occasion.
Interjet began two new services to San Francisco (SFO) on 14 March, linking the Californian city to Cancún (CUN) and Guadalajara. The two city pairs will be operated three times per week with A320s, and both face incumbent competition. The 3,870-kilometre Cancún route is already operated by United Airlines with 15 weekly frequencies, while the 2,644-kilometre Guadalajara sector is currently served by Aeromexico (six weekly flights) and Volaris (four weekly). These are Interjet’s only routes to San Francisco.
OAG schedules show the Bay Area airport will be one of three US destinations served by the Mexican LCC from Cancún in S18 and one of five from Guadalajara.
12th March 2018
Interjet expands reach with full content distribution on the Sabre GDS
Sabre Corporation, the leading technology provider to the global travel industry, announced that Interjet, one of Mexico's leading carriers offering excellent service at reasonable prices, has signed a long-term distribution agreement to offer its full content on the Sabre global distribution system (GDS).
Headquartered in Mexico City, Interjet serves over 12 million passengers each year with routes in Mexico as well as the United States, Canada and Central and South America providing air service to 54 destinations in eight countries, with a fleet of 80 aircraft and revenue of more than US$1 billion. The new distribution agreement expands the airline's reach to more than 425,000 travel agents worldwide while allowing Sabre's corporate, leisure and online travel agency subscribers to deliver even more choice and value to their travelers. Full content from Interjet was released globally on September 21, 2017 to travel agencies. In Mexico, Interjet content with e-Wallet is available effective March 8.
"Sabre technology powers an unparalleled, global travel marketplace that allows us to promote, personalize and sell our products to travel management companies, corporate travel departments and more than 425,000 travel agents around the world," said Julio Gamero, Interjet chief commercial officer. "This partnership makes Interjet content available to travel agents and travelers that never before had the ability to book our flights, and we look forward to expanding our reach to those customers."
In addition to the amenities, routes and value that Interjet offers across its own network, the airline has also established codeshares with LATAM Airlines, American Airlines and Iberia, and interline agreements with British Airways, Alitalia, All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Hahn Air to offer even more flexibility and global reach.
"Interjet has quickly differentiated itself as an airline that offers a high-efficiency flight experience along with a unique set of amenities that give travelers the perfect balance between cost and convenience," said Jay Jones, senior vice president for Sabre Travel Network in the Americas. "Travelers will be excited to have Interjet as a convenient and affordable option for their travel needs, and this new agreement allows all of our GDS subscribers worldwide to efficiently shop, book and manage travel for valuable content not previously available in the Sabre marketplace."
28th February 2018
Interjet seeks to strengthen presence in Latin America
In 2013, the Mexican low-cost airline Interjet started a new chapter in its international operations with its first flight from Mexico City to Bogota, Colombia. Now, Interjet plans to position itself as one of the premier airlines in Latin America.
Speaking at the recent ANATO Tourism Showcase in Bogota, Interjet’s Executive Commercial Director, Julio Gamero said “We hope to establish relationships and alliances that help Interjet strengthen its presence and prestige as one of the airlines with the best service in the Latin American market”.
Gamero explained that in the last five years since that first flight to Colombia, Interjet has seen a 13.6% growth in the number of Colombian passengers visiting Mexico.
According to data from the WTTC (World Travel and Tourism Council), tourism accounted for 5.8% of Colombia’s GDP in 2017. Gamero said “This represents a great market opportunity for Interjet”.
Also attending ANATO, Interjet’s sales manager in Colombia, Carolina Ruiz Gonzalez, said “It’s good that the market in this part of the continent offers us more possibilities”.
ANATO is the Colombian Association for Travel and Tourism.
12th February 2018
Interjet Launches New Service Between Chicago and Guadalajara
Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) announces that Mexico-based, low-cost carrier Interjet between Guadalajara, beginning on Feb. 16.
Interjet now offers daily nonstop service between Chicago and Mexico City, Mexico.
The Chicago-Guadalajara route offers one daily, non-stop flight, operated on an Airbus A-320 aircraft with a 150-seat capacity.
"We are happy to welcome Interjet's new route to O'Hare International Airport," said Ginger S. Evans, CDA Commissioner. "Interjet's low-cost service to Guadalajara will offer more options for O'Hare travelers more choices.The CDA is always pleased to see its airline partners grow their product and services in Chicago.
27th November 2017
2017 Was a Busy Year for Interjet
Mexican airline, Interjet, in conjunction with Mexico Tourism, Tourism Toronto, and Ontario Tourism, held a holiday event in Toronto last week. TravelPulse Canada sat down with Francisco Javier Porragas Torres, the airline’s director of sales to learn how the airline, which now serves three Canadian cities; Montreal, Toronto and most recently, Vancouver, plans to work with Canadian agents.
Until recently, Interjet, Mexico’s second largest airline, has been relatively unknown in Canada and certainly with consumers. But Porragas Torres intends to change that and travel agents are an important part of that process.
“We have two ways to work with agents; the first is via the GDS, Amadeus or Sabre.” he said. “We just finished the implementation with Sabre and we are just finishing negotiations with TravelPort, which is very important here in Canada. And so in a couple of months, I’d say, TravelPort is going to be ready also.”
Interjet is a member of BSP Canada/IATA, so agents with an Interjet Carrier Identification Plate (CIP) through BSP Canada can book and ticket through their GDS.
“And they [agents] can also have a user ID and sign into our web page and do sales through the web.” he continued.
“And also we’re going to be paying commissions to travel agents.” Porragas Torres said. “We’re going to be starting with four percent on air transportation, and we have another product, which is called Interjet Vacations, and the commission is going to be four per cent also.”
1st November 2017
InterJet expands Los Angeles network from Nov 2017
Mexican low-cost carrier InterJet from late-Nov 2017 is expanding Los Angeles market, with new nonstop flights offered from Leon/Guanajuato, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta. Planned schedule as follow.
Leon/Guanajuato – Los Angeles eff 23NOV17 1 daily
4O870 BJX0700 – 0835LAX 320 D
4O871 LAX1825 – 2335BJX 320 x7
4O871 LAX1925 – 0035+1BJX 320 7
Los Cabos – Los Angeles eff 23NOV17 3 weekly
4O880 SJD1455 – 1630LAX 320 246
4O881 LAX1030 – 1355SJD 320 246
Puerto Vallarta – Los Angeles eff 24NOV17 4 weekly
4O890 PVR1605 – 1725LAX 320 135
4O890 PVR1705 – 1825LAX 320 7
4O891 LAX1000 – 1505PVR 320 135
4O891 LAX1055 – 1600PVR 320 7
16th October 2017
Interjet's Newest Aircraft Delivery Includes Six Tons of Humanitarian Aid for Mexico Earthquake Victims
Airline’s A321’s maiden flight arrives in Toluca, Mexico from Hamburg, Germany with more than six tons of relief supplies for victims of the recent, deadly earthquakes.
Interjet Airlines announced today it has added another Airbus A321 to its fleet, and as part of its maiden voyage to Toluca, Mexico, the aircraft delivered much-needed humanitarian supplies from Europe to the earthquake victims in Mexico.
"The arrival of our newest aircraft is truly a special delivery, because while it will allow us to offer more options for our customers, it also allows us the opportunity to make an immediate impact in the humanitarian effort to bring critical relief supplies and aid to the people who have suffered through one of the deadliest earthquakes in Mexico in the last 30 years," said José Luis Garza, Interjet’s Chief Executive Officer. "Through these tragedies, we have seen the global community come together with great strength to help out our victims of these recent natural disasters and we’re happy Interjet could help," he added.
The new A321 left the Airbus facilities in Hamburg, Germany carrying tents, inflatable mattresses, hammers, camping lamps, and waterproof tarpaulins. The Airbus Foundation, with the support of Aviation Capital Group, and GE Aviation/CFM, contributed to the delivery of the supplies, which were donated by Humedica, a non-governmental, German organization.
With the addition of this newest aircraft, the Interjet fleet grows to a total of 77 aircraft. The A321 is the largest aircraft of the A320 family, but also offers the lowest fuel consumption, emissions, and noise levels of its kind.
1st October 2017
Mexico's Interjet to incorporate Panasonic Avionics inflight systems
Mexico City-based Interjet has selected Panasonic Avionics Corporation's (Panasonic) innovative inflight entertainment (IFE) system and Wi-Fi connectivity service for its fleet of Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft. The initial aircraft will be delivered from Airbus in November 2017, and this A321 NEO aircraft will be the first Panasonic-equipped aircraft to be line fit with connectivity by the OEM.
Julio Gamero, Chief Commercial Officer of Interjet says: "At Interjet, we pride ourselves on delivering the very best experience to our guests. With this announcement, we will now offer our passengers a high definition theater-like entertainment experience with high-speed connectivity services that will keep them connected and productive. This is truly a fantastic milestone for Interjet, and we are very excited to once again partner with Panasonic."
Hideo Nakano, Chief Executive Officer of Panasonic Avionics Corporation, added: "Panasonic has provided Interjet with inflight entertainment (IFE) solutions since 2010 and this announcement is testament to the ongoing partnership. eXO provides a lightweight and fully integrated system that gives high-growth airlines like Interjet the opportunity to scale the technology as necessary. Combined with the powerful combination of broadband Wi-Fi and market leading inflight entertainment, Interjet will be able to enhance the onboard experience for its passengers."
Headquartered in Mexico City, Interjet serves over 11 million passengers each year with routes in Mexico as well as the United States, Canada and Central and South America providing air service to 54 destinations in eight countries. It operates a fleet of 76 aircraft and has revenue of more than 1 billion dollars per year. With Panasonic, Interjet will be able to offer a premium, connected entertainment experience across international markets and one of the most extensive domestic route structures available from Airlines in the region.
Panasonic's connectivity service will let passengers surf the web, send email, and use their favorite social media apps like Instagram, WhatsApp, and more over inflight broadband Wi-Fi.
eXO is one of the industry's most innovative overhead solutions. It features Panasonic's new large-format 12-inch 1080p retractable overhead monitors, and gives Interjet a path to deliver wireless streaming to passenger devices in the future . It creates a theater like experience allowing passengers to view high definition video content on large-format overhead screens.
28th September 2017
Interjet Signs Wi-Fi Deal With Panasonic
Mexico’s Interjet will install Wi-Fi on its new Airbus-family aircraft deliveries, supplier Panasonic Avionics Corp. announced during the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) Expo here. Interjet plans to take delivery of the first connected aircraft—an Airbus A321neo—in November, a Panasonic statement said. These aircraft will also feature overhead inflight entertainment (IFE) monitors.
Interjet plans Vancouver launch in late-Oct 2017
Mexican low-cost carrier InterJet in the 4th quarter continues Canadian service expansion, which sees the airline launching service to Vancouver on 26OCT17. The airline will operate 4 weekly flights each on Cancun – Vancouver and Mexico City – Vancouver routing.
The following schedule is effective from 05NOV17, reflecting the end of daylight savings time.
Cancun – Vancouver
4O2860 CUN1600 – 2015YVR 320 x236
4O2861 YVR0550 – 1505CUN 320 x236
Mexico City – Vancouver
4O2850 MEX0035 – 0450YVR 320 x236
4O2851 YVR2130 – 0515+1MEX 320 x236
Mexican low-cost carrier InterJet starting next month is increasing Mexico City – New York JFK operation, currently served 18 weekly.
From 15JUN17, the airline will increase service to 25 weekly, with new mid-morning departure from MEX.
Schedule for the new flight as follow.
4O2996 MEX0925 – 1525JFK 320 D
4O2997 JFK1640 – 2050MEX 320 D
In July 2011, Interjet made their first flight service to America and since then the airline has expanded their routes. Interjet flies to destinations including: Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Guatemala, Peru and the United States from its base in Cancun, Guadalajara, Mexico City, and Monterrey.
Interjet annoucned it was to lease ten A320s from ACG
Interjet (4O, Toluca) will acquire ten A320 family aircraft from Aviation Capital Group (ACG) on long-term leases, with the first to be delivered in July 2017.
Interjet announced it had taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo
The airline is the first in Mexico to operate the A320neo powered by CFM Leap-1A engines. Interjet has another 34 A320neos on order. The airline is the third Mexican low-cost carrier to operate the A320neo, after Volaris and VivaAerobus.
ACG confirmed that the aircraft will come from its order book commitment with Airbus (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac). Interjet currently operates forty-five A320-200, three A320-200neo, and three A321-200 aircraft, as well as twenty-two SSJ 100-95s on flights throughout Mexico, as well as destinations in the United States, Guatemala, Cuba, Peru, Colombia, Costa Rica, and Canada.