Interjet, the low-cost airline of Mexico, recently announced to start direct flights between Texas and Mexico. The service on this route will start from December 1, 2014.
The flights will operate between San Antonio International Airport in Texas and Benito Juarez International Airport in Mexico. It will be a twice daily service except weekends. Tickets are on offer with an introductory fare of $250* and are valid for travel from December 1 through December 14. 110 pounds is the maximum permissible limit for free baggage, beyond this $5 will be charged per 2.2 pounds.
Interjet is the second international carrier to offer flights between San Antonio and Mexico. VivaAerobus has also announced to start flights between San Antonio and Monterrey, Mexico from November 8, 2014.
Earlier this month, Interjet and Iberia reached codesharing agreement allowing European passengers to fly to Mexico. The agreement took effect from July 8, 2014. This codeshare currently covers five destinations in Mexico including Bajio, Huatulco, Monterrey, Cancun, and Guadalajara. The codeshare will be expanded to cover rest of the destinations in Mexico after two months.
Mexico is the most essential market for Iberia. The airline was offering twice daily flights to Mexico City, but was lacking connectivity with the remaining country. This codeshare agreement makes Mexico second in terms of connectivity in the Americas after the United States for the airline.
Interjet was founded on December 1, 2005. The airline has it’s headquarter in Mexico City, Mexico. It has 24 percent contribution to the domestic flights in Mexico and connects 40 cities. The airline also has flights to eight international destinations.
* The fares under this offer are one-way and inclusive of all government taxes, fuel surcharges and airport fees. Other terms and conditions are applicable.