Interjet announces economic recovery plan

The airline Interjet detailed the modernization of its business model that will allow it to take off strongly once the critical phase of the pandemic is overcome.

A new plan for economic recovery is announced by Interjet
A new plan for economic recovery is announced by Interjet

Interjet airline announced a comprehensive plan to modernize the business model that will allow it to take off strongly once the critical phase of the pandemic is overcome by Covid-19, when air operations are normalized and travel restrictions between regions and countries are removed. The company assured that it will comply in time and form with its tax regulations, without this implying the remission of taxes.

The plan includes strengthening its air operations, offers in the purchase of airline tickets and actions that will allow it to better face the regularization of demand in the economic reopening. He said he will maintain his policy of attractive fares to the capabilities of travelers.

The company headed by Miguel Aleman, reported that the airline is fulfilling its tax obligations within the framework of the law, according to the conditions of the Tax Administration Service (SAT). It is strongly reiterated that there is no tax remission or preferential or exceptional treatment.

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the global airline industry is experiencing the most complex and profound crisis in its history, and many airlines have suspended operations and grounded their entire fleets.

Interjet, faced with the health emergency, has been forced to drastically contract operations, reducing frequencies, suspending routes and grounding aircraft, however, maintains a strong commitment to Mexico, with the development of tourism, connectivity, with the conviction to continue meeting the needs of the country.

The priority is to preserve the jobs of its employees and keep connected the families, organizations, and emergency services that depend on the air routes it serves. Currently, the company provides air services connecting Mexico City with Cancun, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Merida, Puerto Vallarta, and Oaxaca.

Regarding the dirty war that the company has been the victim of during the last months, Interjet regretted that in the midst of the most serious crisis that threatens public health, the lives of many people and the severe contraction of the national economy, there are interests of the lowest moral quality willing to waste resources to sponsor a smear campaign against our company and its executives, by spreading messages and comments alien to the reality of this organization.

In compliance with the Code of Ethics that inspires all Interjet's actions, it said, we will not get our hands dirty on those who promote a dirty war, because there is a fear of open competition and improvement in the quality of service.

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.