Interjet now flies between Guadalajara and Hermosillo as well as Monterrey and Culiacan

  • Interjet, the Mexican low-cost carrier that recently has expanded internationally, launched two new domestic routes on 16 August. Each of the new services is operated three times weekly with its single fleet of 150-seat A320 aircraft. From Guadalajara (GDL) in Western Mexico, the airline now serves Hermosillo (HMO) in the northwest of the country. The route is operated in competition with each daily services on both AeroMexico and Volaris as well as six flights a week on vivaaerobus. From Monterrey (MTY) in northeastern Mexico, Interjet also began serving Culiacan (CUL) in the northwest, competing with 13 flights a week on AeroMexico and six weekly flights on vivaaerobus.


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