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Mexico’s Interjet announces reactivation of national, international flights into Cancun

Cancun, Q.R. — Mexico’s Interjet says that as of July, they will begin adding additional flights to Mexican destinations including the city of Cancun. Currently the only flight by them into Cancun arrives from Mexico City.

The airline announced that they will open flights into Mexican cities as well as reestablish international routes with Dallas, San Antonio and Houston, while flights from Los Angeles and Chicago to Cancun will follow in August.

The company has gone through serious economic difficulties due to COVID-19, losing 89 percent of its operations in May and reactivating one Mexico City-Cancun flight on the 16th of June. Domestically, the company began flying from Mexico City to Chetumal, Acapulco, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mazatlán, Veracruz, Villahermosa and Zihuatanejo, using Sukhoi (Russian) brand jets as of the 16th.

In a statement, the company indicated that it went through a capitalization process with which it will be able to incorporate Airbus brand aircraft to reestablish operations from Mexico City to Hermosillo, Culiacán, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Torreón, Oaxaca and Cancun.

“Regarding international destinations, during the same month we will reestablish air connection with the following destinations: Dallas, San Antonio, Houston. Additionally, during the month of August, we will expand our air offers to Los Angeles and Chicago,” they added.