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Interjet Airlines Launches New Nonstop Service From Los Angeles to Monterey, Mexico

Interjet Airlines announced on Wednesday new nonstop service from Los Angeles to Monterey, Mexico. The route will be operated daily and serviced by an Airbus A320 with seating capacity for 150 passengers.

Interjet Airlines Airbus A320 - Courtesy Airbus

On Wednesday, Mexican carrier Interjet Airlines announced new daily service from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to General Mariano Escobedo International Airport (MTY) in Monterey, Mexico. The new service is effective immediately and the route will be operated with an Airbus A320 configured to accommodate 150 passengers. In Wednesday’s announcement, Interjet’s Chief Commercial Officer, Julio Gamero said,

“Monterey, Mexico is one of the most important business centers in all of Mexico. We’re delighted to now offer nonstop service to our business and leisure travelers along with our unique brand of lower prices with free checked bags on select fares, more legroom between seats and great service that has been embraced everywhere we fly.”

Based in Mexico City, Interjet Airlines serves 55 destinations both domestically and internationally with service from Mexico to the US, Canada and Central & South America. The airline serves over 14M passengers annually and has partnerships with Alitalia, ANA, American Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, Air Canada, LATAM, Iberia, Lufthansa, Hainan Airlines, Qatar Airways and JAL. Interjet Airlines operates a fleet of Airbus A320 Family aircraft including A320s, A320neos, A321s, and A321neos. The carrier also operates Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional jets.

Source: Interjet Airlines


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