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MEXICO CITY — Interjet Airlines’ service between Canada and Mexico has seen record year-over-year passenger traffic results for October 2019.
The airline saw overall passenger traffic for 10 months ended October 2019 increase by 70% to more than 363,000 passengers carried between the two countries.
Combined load factors from Montreal, Vancouver and Toronto were 83.6% for the same 10-month period.
Passenger traffic from Montreal to Cancun grew to 67,121 for an increase of over 137% year-over-year, while overall traffic between Toronto and Cancun increased 81% to 69,080 passenger trips.
Load factors on the Vancouver to Mexico City flights spiked by 91.2%, with passenger traffic increasing 12.7%.
“We have experienced tremendous growth between Canada and Mexico since we started flying between the two countries just over two years ago,” said Julio Gamero, Interjet’s Chief Commercial Officer. “As we look to adding service and frequency, we expect the same if not more demand for our service. Our competitive prices, free checked bags on select fares, more legroom between seats and excellent onboard service will continue to keep up the fastest growing international airline in Mexico.”