The new arrangement with Interjet see American Airlines codesharing on Interjet flights from Mexico City to five domestic destinations – Huatulco, Villahermosa, Merida, Tuxtla...

American Airlines has signed a codeshare agreement with Mexico City-based Interjet, adding new service to key destinations in Mexico.

The new arrangement with Interjet see American Airlines codesharing on Interjet flights from Mexico City to five domestic destinations – Huatulco, Villahermosa, Merida, Tuxtla Gutierrez and Oaxaca.


This Sukhoi Superjet 100, later delivered to Mexican carrier Interjet, is photographed in fight over the sea near Venice SSJ100 for Interjet inflight over Venice. Interjet was the first Western carrier to order the Superjet 100 and took delivery in 2013 of the first of 30 aircraft on order

This Sukhoi Superjet 100, later delivered to Mexican carrier Interjet, is photographed in fight over the sea near Venice SSJ100 for Interjet inflight over Venice. Interjet was the first Western carrier to order the Superjet 100 and took delivery in 2013 of the first of 30 aircraft on order

 

American and Interjet will submit an application to the U.S. Department of Transportation for regulatory approval of the proposed codeshare.

Over the past few years Interjet has grown substantially and the Mexican carrier operates more than 1,800 weekly flights to 38 cities throughout Mexico as well as destinations in the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean.

The new agreement will allow members of American Airlines’ AAdvantage loyalty program to earn mileage points on codeshare flights operated by Interjet.

Interjet is Mexico's third-largest carrier in terms of the number of large commercial aircraft it operates, the airline operating a fleet of 35 Airbus A320s by 2012, with six more due to enter the fleet. Interjet also ordered 20 Sukhoi Superjet 100-95s and optioned five more; it was the first customer for the Superjet 100 in the Americas

Interjet is Mexico’s third-largest carrier in terms of the number of large commercial aircraft it operates, the airline operating a fleet of 35 Airbus A320s by 2012, with six more due to enter the fleet. Interjet also ordered 30 Sukhoi Superjet 100-95s; it was the first customer for the Superjet 100 in the Americas

 

American has served Mexico for more than 72 years and currently operates up to 115 daily flights to 20 destinations in the country from Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia and Phoenix.

According to American Airlines, it provides more service than any other airline from the United States to Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean.

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