Low-cost Mexican carrier Interjet has announced it is going to launch year-round flights from Vancouver to Cancun and Mexico City. Both the routes will be operated four-times per week utilizing an Airbus A320 aircraft, configured with a carrying capacity of a total of 150 passengers.
A spokesperson of Interjet while providing details of new schedule said that the flights from Vancouver to Cancun will start operating effective from October 26, 201. The four-time weekly flights would be operated on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays, with the help of an Airbus A320 aircraft. The flight will depart from Vancouver at 5:50 am and arrive in Cancun at 2:05 pm. The return flight will make its departure from Cancun at 4 pm and reach Vancouver at 8:15 pm.
According to Interjet, the flights to Mexico City from Vancouver will also be launched on the same day on October 26 this year. The four-time service will be conducted on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays utilizing an Airbus A320 aircraft. The flight will take off from Vancouver at 10:30 pm and reach Cancun at 5:15 am. The return flight will depart from Cancun at 12:35 am and arrive in Mexico City at 4:50 am.
José Luis Garza, Managing Director of Interjet, said, “It is a matter of great happiness that Interjet has added Vancouver at its third destination to Canada. We consider it an important market. The seamless connections between Canada and Mexico are going to provide opportunities to travelers from both the countries to embark on tourism, business or study trips.”
It may be noted that Vancouver is served from both Cancun and Mexico City by many airlines. Some of the airlines conducting year-round flights services on Vancouver-Cancun route include WestJet, Air Transat and Sunwing Airlines. However, Air Canada Rouge offers seasonal flights to the resort town of Cancun. Apart from this, Mexico City is also served by a number of airlines from Vancouver with year-round services. These airlines include China Southern Airlines (from Guangzhou with stopover at Vancouver), Aeromexico and Air Canada Rogue.