Joining ALTA is a big next step for Interjet. As one of the fastest growing airlines in North America, we are honored to be a part of this prestigious organization
MEXICO CITY (PRWEB) October 23, 2018
Interjet announced today it has joined the Latin America and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA), which includes more than 35 other airlines dedicated to strengthening cooperation and communications between the region’s airlines to benefit air transportation throughout LATAM and the Caribbean.
“Joining ALTA is a big next step for Interjet,” said José Luis Garza, Interjet’s Chief Executive Officer. “As one of the fastest growing airlines in North America, we are honored to be a part of this prestigious organization and look forward to more leisure and business travelers in the region experiencing our unique brand of competitive prices with free checked bags on select fares, more legroom between seats and great service which is resonating more and more with the markets we serve,” he added.
In welcoming Interjet to ALTA, Luis Felipe de Oliveira, ALTA's Executive Director added, "We are very pleased to have Interjet join our growing organization. Interjet is based in one of the fastest growing markets in the region and with their expanding international business, will provide the association important insights into this dynamic marketplace that will be of great value to all of our members,” he said.
Interjet was recently honored with Skytrax’s World Airline Award as the ‘Best Low-Cost Airline in Mexico and Best Cabin Crew in Mexico. In 2017, Interjet was awarded the Travelers' Choice Trip Advisor Award as the best Mexico airline and also received four stars from the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX).
Interjet operates more than 300 daily flights and serves more than 12 million passengers each year with routes in Mexico, the United States, Canada, Central, and South America, providing air service to 55 destinations in eight countries. It has stood out as an airline that provides a high travel experience, with a unique set of services that offers travelers the perfect balance between cost and benefit. It offers its passengers greater connections and travel options, thanks to agreements with major airlines such as Alitalia, All Nippon Airways (ANA), American Airlines, British Airways, LATAM Group, Hahn Air, Iberia, Japan Airlines (JAL) and Lufthansa. For more information, visit http://www.interjet.com
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ALTA (Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association) is a private, non-profit organization, whose member airlines represent over 90 percent of the region’s commercial air traffic. ALTA coordinates the collaborative efforts of its members in order to facilitate the development of safer, more cost-efficient and environmentally friendly air transport in the Latin America and Caribbean region for the mutual benefit of the association’s members, their customers, and the industry. http://www.alta.aero