Culture error: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. Interjet - Alliances



Interjet routes cover more than 50 destinations in Mexico, the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean. However, this number grows exponentially thanks to the alliances with other airlines, which allows us to reach new places.

Other benefit of this type of agreements is the easiness to purchase flights of other airline in the same ticket, if they share a connection point with Interjet. So,the passenger only needs to check in with the airline that operates the first leg of the trip and can pick up his/her baggage at the final destination.

Is important that you take into account the travel policies of our allies (baggage, pets, pregnant women, unaccompanied minors, etc.), which can vary in relation to Interjet policies.

There exist several types of agreements between airlines, amongst them, the codeshare flights and the interlinear agreements.

Codeshare flights

This type of agreement allows us to sell flights operated by other airlines with the flight number of Intejet. In this case, it is important to verify which the airline that operates the flight is.

American Airlines is an American airline which operates 350 destinations in 50 countries. Its main hubs are located in: Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington.

Iberia is one of the oldest airlines in the world, which flies to approximately 110 destinations in 40 countries. Its hub is located at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport.

LATAM is a Chilean-Brazilian airline formed by the South American airlines LAN, TAM and their subsidiaries. In terms of traffic and aerial coverage, it is the biggest airline in South America, flying to more than 136 destinations. Its hubs are located in Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Lima, Quito, Guayaquil, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Paraguay.

Interlinear agreements

In this type of agreement, Interjet commercializes the flights of its allies, keeping both airlines their own flight codes in each one of the connections.