Alliances with other airlines

Connecting you with the rest of the world

Interjet routes cover more than 50 destinations in Mexico, the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean. However, this number grows exponentially thanks to the alliances with other airlines, which allows us to reach new places.

Other benefit of this type of agreements is the easiness to purchase flights of other airline in the same ticket, if they share a connection point with Interjet. So,the passenger only needs to check in with the airline that operates the first leg of the trip and can pick up his/her baggage at the final destination.

Is important that you take into account the travel policies of our allies (baggage, pets, pregnant women, unaccompanied minors, etc.), which can vary in relation to Interjet policies.

There exist several types of agreements between airlines, amongst them, the codeshare flights and the interlinear agreements.

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Codeshare flights

This type of agreement allows us to sell flights operated by other airlines with the flight number of Intejet. In this case, it is important to verify which the airline that operates the flight is.


American Airlines logo

American Airlines is an American airline which operates 350 destinations in 50 countries. Its main hubs are located in: Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington.

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Iberia airlines logo

Iberia is one of the oldest airlines in the world, which flies to approximately 110 destinations in 40 countries. Its hub is located at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport.

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LATAM airlines logo

LATAM is a Chilean-Brazilian airline formed by the South American airlines LAN, TAM and their subsidiaries. In terms of traffic and aerial coverage, it is the biggest airline in South America, flying to more than 136 destinations. Its hubs are located in Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Lima, Quito, Guayaquil, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Paraguay.

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Interlinear agreements

This type of agreement can be unilateral or bilateral. When this agreement is unilateral, the airline can sell Interjet flights, if there is a bilateral agreement, the flights of another carrier can be marketed by both airlines.

In either case, each airline will maintain its own code designated in each connection.


Alitalia airlines logo

Alitalia es is the flag carrier of Italy. It has seven connection points in Europe’s main cities, 28 in Italian territory and 70 others across the world. Barcelona, Florence, Milan, Rome, Venice, London, Moscow and Tel Aviv are some of the distinguished destinations.

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British Airways logo

British Airways is United Kingdom’s main airline. Its fleet, mainly composed of Boeing, Airbus and Embraer aircrafts, operates flights to over 209 destinations all over the world. 28 north american cities, 122 european places and 19 african countries are a few of the destinations British Airways travels to.

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ANA logo

All Nippon Airways also known as ANA is an aerial company based in Tokyo, Japan operating flights in three countries in the american continent, connections all over southeast Asia and main destinations in Europe such as London, Munich and Brussels.

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Lufthansa logo

Lufthansa is a German company functioning as one of Europe’s biggest airlines. Its fleet, mainly composed by Boeing and Airbus aircrafts, operates destinations in four continents, to countries such as Brazil, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Greece and Switzerland.

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Hainan airlines

Hainan Airlines has developed, since 1993, as one of the most important airlines in China, it has the fourth largest fleet in the country and offers around 500 routes, distributed in flights to cities located in China and all over the world.

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Emirates airlines

Emirates is the biggest airline in the Middle East with base in Dubai International Airport. It operates around 3,000 weekly flights to over 140 destinations in 70 countries from Africa, North America, Asia, Australia and Europe.

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Japan Airlines

Japan Airlines is the national flag carrier in Japan, flying to over 200 destinations in 35 countries. Its fleet is mainly composed of Boeings and Airbus aircrafts. Its principal hubs are in both the Tokyo International Airport and Narita International Airport.

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EVA AIR logo

EVA AIR is the second largest Taiwanese airline, operating more than 40 international destinations in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. Its main hub is located in Taoyuan International Airport in Taipei.

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Hahn Air lines logo

Hahn Air Lines Gmbh is a German airline with over 10 years of experience, it mainly serves charter flights within Europe. Its hubs are in both the Frankfurt International Airport and Dusseldorf International Airport.

Air Canada logo

Air Canada is the main and biggest airline in Canada. It’s fleet flies to over 180 destinations in more than 47 countries all over Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Australia. It’s main hub is located in the Toronto Pearson International Airport with flight connections to Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and Halifax.