Cal Jet Air to drop all service to Mazatlan early on February 5

Cal Jet Air (operated by Xtra Airways) (Minneapolis and San Antonio) has abruptly dropped all charter flights to Mazatlan, Mexico effective on February 5 instead of the planned April 7. The public charter company blamed a decision made by The Sinola Group in Mazatlan that was contracting the company to fly these flights operated by Xtra Airways. The Sinola government ended ended the support due to low bookings.

Cal Jet Air launched flights to Mazatlan on January 13 from Los Angeles, Denver, Oakland, Houston and San Antonio.

Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems. Formerly operated for Bahamasair by Xtra Airways until their two new Boeing 737-500s arrived, the pictured Boeing 737-429 N42XA (msn 25729) rests between Cal Jet Air charter flights at Los Angeles.

Xtra Airways: AG Slide Show

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1 thought on “Cal Jet Air to drop all service to Mazatlan early on February 5

  1. Richard T

    I fly beack & forth from OAK, Ca. & MZT, MX at least twice a year and I never had such a nice, fast and cheap flight with anyone else. I hate to see it on Feb 5th. Still need to get an itinerary for my return flight from Maz to Oak (or preferably San Jose CA. Hoping to be contacted soon about return itinerary. Thank You

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