New international routes boost Interjet passenger traffic

Interjet provides air service to 53 destinations, 32 in Mexico and 21 international, with routes in the United States and Canada, as well as Central and South America.
Interjet provides air service to 53 destinations, 32 in Mexico and 21 international, with routes in the United States and Canada, as well as Central and South America.

After the second month of the year, Interjet mobilized 299,610 passengers on its international routes, which translated into an increase of 30% compared to the same period of 2018.

In a statement, the airline explained that this positive behavior is the result of the opening of new routes internationally, as well as the preference of service and quality by leisure and business travelers.

During 2018, he added, he transported three million 708 thousand 711 passengers in international operations, reporting a growth of 33.9% with respect to 2017 figures.

In the course of last February, Interjet registered an increase of 15.5 percent in the number of seats, in relation to the figure registered in the same month of 2018, has offered 382,599 of these in international routes during its more than 2,556 operations.

These reached an occupational factor of 80%, thanks to the growth of five percentage points in this indicator.

The airline achieved a 5.7% growth in the total number of users transported during the second month of the current year, as it managed to mobilize a total of 987 thousand 64 passengers on domestic and international flights.

"Interjet is distinguished for being a company that provides a high travel experience, with a unique set of services that provides travelers with the perfect balance between cost and benefit.".

Mexico's Interjet signs alliance with Air Canada for greater connectivity

With this agreement, both airlines expand their offer and strengthen their presence internationally. "Only the Canadian provides service in 350 destinations, inside and outside of their country," Interjet said in a statement.

Mexican airline Interjet has signed a bilateral interlinear alliance with Air Canada, which will allow airlines to offer their routes and connections jointly and through distribution systems and travel agencies.

With this agreement, both airlines expand their offer and strengthen their presence internationally. "Only the Canadian provides service in 350 destinations, inside and outside of their country," Interjet said in a statement.

Air Canada was founded in April 1936 and has an operations center at the Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport in Montreal. It is currently the twelfth largest company in the world in terms of fleet size, which is comprised of more than 200 aircraft.

Meanwhile, Interjet provides air service to 53 destinations, 32 in Mexico and 21 international, with routes in the United States and Canada, as well as Central and South America.