Interjet (Mexico City) on March 14 launched new twice-weekly service from Monterrey, Mexico to Las Vegas. This new route follows the Monterrey-San Antonio route which was added previously on November 15, 2012.
Copyright Photo: Brian McDonough. Airbus A320-214 XA-JAV (msn 5221) approaches Miami International Airport for landing.
Interjet (Mexico City) has signed a purchase agreement for 40 A320neo aircraft. Interjet will announce the aircraft’s engine selection at a later date. The A320neo has over 95 percent airframe commonality making it an easy fit for Interjet’s current fleet of 36 A320s. Later this month, Interjet will receive an additional A320 aircraft.
In only seven years of operations, Interjet has become a leading domestic airline in Mexico, having quickly expanded their network throughout the country and into the United States, Central America and the Caribbean. The new A320neo will support their continued network expansion and fleet renewal plans. Interjet has a backlog of 45 A320 Family aircraft, including this order.
Copyright Photo: Rolf Wallner. Airbus A320-214 F-WQUV (msn 1162) became XA-INJ.
Interjet (Mexico City) yesterday (October 11) inaugurated daily service to Mexico from John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California. These new flights – to Mexico City and Guadalajara – represent the company’s fourth U.S. gateway as Mexico’s second largest air carrier continues to make a strong impact in the popular U.S.-Mexico travel market. Interjet already flies from Miami, New York and San Antonio to Mexico City.
The new Orange County to Mexico City service departs from John Wayne Airport at 10:30 am (1030) Monday through Friday, arriving at the Benito Juarez International Airport at 4:05 pm (1605). On Saturday and Sunday, flights from Orange County depart at 3:15 pm (1515), arriving in Mexico City at 8:50 pm (2050). Flights leave Mexico City at 7:45 am (0745), arriving in Orange County at 9:30 am (0930) Monday through Friday, and at 2:15 pm (1415) on Saturday and Sunday. Daily service to Guadalajara’s Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport departs John Wayne Airport at 1:35 pm (1335), arriving at 6:45 pm (1845); flights from Guadalajara depart at 11:15 am (1115) and arrive at 12:35 pm (1235).
Copyright Photo: Luimer Cordero. Airbus A320-214 XA-MTO (msn 4924) arrives at Miami International Airport (MIA). The airline now operates 35 A320s.
Interjet (Mexico City) today (August 2) launched its first service from New York (JFK) to Mexico City. The daily flights add a third gateway city in the United States for Interjet, which already operates out of Miami and San Antonio.
New York represents the airline’s sixth international destination. In addition to the three U.S. cities, Interjet flies to Guatemala, Havana, and San Jose, Costa Rica.
The JFK service departs from New York at 7:25 am (0725) Monday through Friday and 10 am (1000) on Saturday and Sunday. Return flights leave Mexico City at 4:40 pm (1640), arriving at JFK at 10:30 pm (2230).
Copyright Photo: Brian McDonough. Airbus A320-214 XA-YES (msn 4933) “EcoJet” arrives at Miami.