Interjet has become the largest domestic mainline carrier in Mexico in terms of enplanements, although Aeromexico’s network remains by far the most dominant courtesy of its regional operation, Aeromexico Connect, new data from the country’s transport ministry show. Interjet’s passenger traffic has blossomed since its launch in 2005, particularly since Mexicana de Aviacion declared bankruptcy and ceased operations in 2010; Interjet’s enplanements grew 58% in 2011 alone compared to the ...
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