Mexican low-cost carrier Interjet is seeking U.S. approval to operate six routes, continuing its strategy of building its U.S. network while Mexicana de Aviacion remains grounded. Interjet has asked the U.S. Transportation Department for authority to fly between John Wayne International Airport, Calif., and Mexico City, San Jose del Cabo and Guadalajara. It also is seeking permission to fly from Toluca, Mexico City’s secondary airport, to Las Vegas, Houston and Chicago. The airline ...
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