October 10, 2012
Anaheim and Orange County, California, will have additional air service from Mexico starting in October when Interjet begins flying into Orange County’s John Wayne Airport.
Interjet, the Mexico-based, low-cost carrier will offer daily service from John Wayne to Mexico City and Guadalajara beginning Oct. 11, 2012.
The flights to Mexico City and Guadalajara represent the company’s fourth U.S. gateway. Interjet is Mexico’s second largest air carrier, continues to strengthen its impact in the U.S.-Mexico travel market.
"We are thrilled to have additional flight service from Mexico on Interjet. As a major business and leisure destination, Orange County is home to the largest convention center on the West Coast, the Anaheim Convention Center, more than 55,000 hotels, the Disneyland Resort, Knott's Berry Farm, dozens of great shopping centers and a 42-mile coastline. Anaheim and Orange County’s major destination marketing organization. It is a non-profit marketing organization dedicated to promoting Anaheim/Orange County as a premier leisure, convention and meeting destination. For more information, call 714/765-8888 or visit anaheimoc.org. Mexican airline which, in December 2011, celebrated its 6th anniversary by fulfilling a corporate commitment to provide high-quality air travel at an affordable price. Its current fleet consists of 35 state-of-the-art Airbus A320 aircraft with the latest in aeronautical technology. They are also the only aircraft of their kind in Latin America that are equipped with external cameras, which allow the passengers to see live take-off and landing from their seats. Interjet operates over 150 daily flights on 42 business and leisure routes, For further information and reservations, consult http://www.interjet.com or call 866-285-9525.
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