Interjet Airlines launched new nonstop service between Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ) and Mexico City’s Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juarez (MEX) as well as between Toronto and Cancun International Airport (CUN), reports Travel Daily News.
The new service will offer four flights a week between Toronto and Mexico.
“Canada turns 150 years old this year and during this period, Toronto has become Canada’s center of arts and entertainment, business, sports and innovation,” said Jose Luis Garza, Interjet’s Chief Executive Officer.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer Mexico’s business and leisure travelers the opportunity to visit Toronto and experience its rich history and culture while at the same time, offer Toronto business and leisure travelers to Mexico, our unique brand of lower prices with free checked bags on select fares, more legroom between seats and great service that has been embraced everywhere we fly,” he added.
“We are pleased to be welcoming Interjet to the Toronto Pearson family of carriers and know that the addition of their service will add great value for our passengers,” said Lauren Yaksich, Director, Global Hub Development, Long Range Airport Planning and Investment, Greater Toronto Airports Authority.
“The two routes, Mexico City and Cancun, will provide our passengers with a new option for travel to Mexico, be it for work or vacation,” she added.
Interjet’s new service between Toronto and Mexico will be operated using Airbus A320 aircraft seating 150 passengers.
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