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Fly Cheap to Costa Rica, Budget Mexican Airlines Opens Route to San Jose

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Costa Rica is the second regional destination of Mexican budget airline carrier, Interjet, offering a daily flight from Mexico’s capital to San Jose.

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Original Article Text From Nacion via Google Translate :

Interjet Open Route Between Costa Rica and Mexico

Interjet, low-cost Mexican airline, announced the opening of its new route to Costa Rica next month.

The information was released in Mexico City night before German Michael Magnani, president of Interjet, according to local newspaper El Universal.

In our country the news was confirmed yesterday by Luis Carlos Araya, Deputy Air Transport, who said the company presented in the afternoon, the application for a certificate of use and operation of the route.

The Civil Aviation Technical Council will hear the case this week. It is expected that approval be given later this month or early next.

Araya said that the goal is Interjet once daily flight between Mexico City and Juan Santamaria International Airport, with an A320 with 150 passengers.

Meanwhile, the press office of Aeris, the terminal manager reported that the company has already begun to put the necessary spaces ( counters and offices) for the next operation of the national soil Mexican carrier.

Competition. Interjet come to compete in the Costa Rican market with another Mexican American Aeromexico and TACA with companies that were the domain of the route after the collapse of Mexico, in August 2010.

In Central America, the company flies to Guatemala from July last year with an Airbus 320 with 150 seats. Costa Rica would be his second regional destination.

In 2007 the airline was flying to that country in northern Central America, but suspended operations a year later by high fuel costs.

Interjet is the second largest airline in Mexico after Aeromexico, with the difference that the latter does not operate under the banner of low cost.

Born in 2005 and its headquarters is located in the city of Toluca (Midwest). The firm also operates at the international airport Benito Juarez in Mexico City.

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