On October 31, Interjet will begin daily flights between Cancun and Bogota with a capacity of 2,100 weekly seats.
“Cancun has become for Interjet one of the distribution centers of national and international flights with more relevance, from where we operate routes to Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Toluca, Havana, Miami, Los Angeles and New York”, the CEO of the airline, José Luis Garza, said.
The company said in a statement that this new nonstop flight between Cancun and Bogota will offer an alternative to tourists from Colombia and Latin America in general.
The flights will be operated with Airbus A-320 aircraft, which will take off from Cancun at noon, arriving at 3:30 pm to Bogota. The return flight departs at 4:30 pm, arriving at 8 p.m.
Interjet serves 53 destinations, including 37 in Mexico and 16 international, such as Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Antonio and Orlando-Sanford, United States, and to Havana, Santa Clara and Varadero in Cuba, as well as Bogota, San Jose, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Lima.
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