ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. – Interjet inaugurated daily service to Mexico on October 11 from John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California. These new flights – to Mexico City and Guadalajara – represent the company’s fourth U.S. gateway as Mexico’s second largest air carrier continues to make a strong impact in the popular U.S.-Mexico travel market. Interjet already flies from Miami, New York and San Antonio to Mexico City.
“Interjet is very pleased to commence service from Orange County to two Mexican gateways – Mexico City and Guadalajara – which are popular destinations for Southern California business and leisure travelers. In addition, Interjet’s Orange County flights to Mexico City provide the most convenient same-day connections to over 23 Mexican gateways served by Interjet which will make travel to Mexico even easier,” said Jose Luis Garza, Interjet’s CEO. “We look forward to providing our Southern California friends with the quality service and appealing amenities that travelers from other parts of the U.S. already enjoy.” In addition to its U.S. gateways, Interjet’s international route structure currently includes Guatemala, Cuba, and San Jose, Costa Rica.
The new Orange County to Mexico City service departs from John Wayne Airport at 10:30 am Monday through Friday, arriving at the Benito Juarez International Airport at 4:05 pm. On Saturday and Sunday, flights from Orange County depart at 3:15 pm, arriving in Mexico City at 8:50 pm. Flights leave Mexico City at 7:45 am, arriving in Orange County at 9:30 am Monday through Friday, and at 12:30 pm arriving in Orange County at 2:15 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Daily service to Guadalajara’s Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport departs John Wayne Airport at 1:35 pm, arriving at 6:45 pm; flights from Guadalajara depart at 11:15 am and arrive at 12:35 pm.
Interjet earned its reputation as one of Mexico’s most successful airlines based on numerous passenger-pleasing flight and service features. Interjet is known for its high quality service at competitively affordable prices as well as its excellent safety record. With 35 new A320 aircraft, the airline has put the customer first with such decisions as removing 30 seats to create maximum comfort for 150 guests as well as serving complimentary snacks and premium beverages during flights between Mexico City and Orange County. Interjet also offers transferable tickets, an appealing frequent flier loyalty program, in-flight entertainment program, an unrestricted 20 percent discount year-round for seniors, a unique take-off/landing camera and women-only toilets on all airplanes. In contrast with other carriers, there is no extra charge for passengers to select seats or check up to two 55-pound bags per ticket. Interjet does not overbook its flights and has no hidden fees in the ticket purchase prices; the price offered by the airline is what the customer pays, including all taxes.