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Interjet airline

Interjet is a low-cost Mexican airline based in Lomas de Chapultepec, Miguel Hidalgo, in Mexico City. It operates from the Mexico City airport and from the Toluca airport (airport code TLC). The airline began operating on December 1, 2005. Some of Interjet’s special offers include designated bathrooms for women only on its aircraft, and the live presentation of takeoff and landing on screen in the passenger cabin. They also offer a generous baggage allowance compared to many other airlines.

Buy tickets:

To purchase tickets for Interjet flights, visit the airline’s website or call the airline’s call center at 1-866-285-9525 (US) or 01-800-011-2345 (Mexico) . The prices indicated include taxes and fees. American Express, Visa and Master Card credit cards are accepted for payments. Payments can also be made with PayPal. However, please note that debit cards are not accepted. Interjet fares are based on one-way trips, so there is no price advantage when purchasing a round-trip ticket.

Baggage allowance:

In checked baggage , Interjet allows one checked bag per passenger on domestic flights and two checked bags for international flights. The bags can weigh up to 25 kg (55 pounds) each. There is a charge of $ 5 USD per kilogram for excess weight, but Interjet may refuse to carry any bag that weighs more than 30 kg (60 pounds).

For carry-on luggage , Interjet allows two bags per passenger that cannot exceed 10 kg (22 lb) combined. Carry-on bags must fit under the seat in front of the passenger or in an available overhead compartment.

Interjet national destinations:

Interjet serves some 30 Mexican destinations, including Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Cancun, Campeche, Chetumal, Chihuahua, Ciudad del Carmen, Ciudad Juárez, Ciudad Obregón, Cozumel, Culiacán, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, Huatulco, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, La Paz, Los Cabos , Manzanilla, Mazatlán, Mérida, Minatitlán, Monterrey, Oaxaca, Poza Rica, Puebla, Puerto Vallarta, Reynosa, Tijuana, Torreón, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Veracruz and Villahermosa.

Interjet international destinations:

Interjet offers international flights to some destinations in the United States (Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orange County, Orlando, Miami and New York), as well as to some Latin American destinations outside of Mexico, including Mexico City. Guatemala, Guatemala; San José, Costa Rica Lima, Peru; and Bogotá, Colombia.

Interjet fleet:

Interjet’s fleet is made up of 42 Airbus A320s and 21 Superjet 100s, which makes it one of the youngest and most modern fleets of all Mexican airlines. Both models have been adapted for greater comfort and space. The Airbus A320 passenger cabins contain 150 seats, with a generous 34-inch space between seats, which is similar to what other airlines offer in their first or business class cabins. The Superjet 100s, which normally seat 103 passengers, are adapted with 93-passenger seating, which also allows a bit more legroom.

Frequent travelers:

Interjet has a frequent flyer program called Club Interjet in which it rewards its members with cash instead of miles or kilometers. Members get a credit of 10% of the cost of the airfare in an electronic wallet that can be used to buy more tickets or pay for services.

Customer service:

Toll Free from USA: 1 866 285 8307
Free call from Mexico: 01 800 322 5050
Email: [email protected]

Website and social networks:

Website: Interjet
Twitter: @Interjet_MX
Facebook: facebook.com/interjet.mx

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