Mexican airline Interjet announced Monday it is adding flights next month from Los Angeles International Airport to Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta and El Bajio in Mexico.
Interjet, which is based in Mexico City, already has nonstop flights from LAX to Cancun, Mexico City and Guadalajara.
The new flights are scheduled to start on Thanksgiving, Nov. 23. Interjet will use Airbus A320 aircraft with 150 seats. The initial schedule from Los Angeles will be for three flights per week to Los Cabos, four flights a week to Puerto Vallarta and daily service to El Bajio. Round-trip fares start at $199 to Los Cabos and $259 to Puerto Vallarta and El Bajío.
“These new international flights are important to Interjet as they will complement our ever-expanding network offering leisure and business travelers more destinations to choose from when traveling to Mexico from the U.S.,” José Luis Garza, Interjet’s chief executive, said in a statement.
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