Mexican low-fare startup Interjet has captured 8% of total domestic traffic and 14% of traffic in city-pairs in which it competes in just seven months, according to CEO Jose Luis Graza Alvarez, who spoke at the World Low Cost Airlines Conference in London earlier this week. Launched last December after a 12-month planning period, Interjet operates a point-to-point network from Toluca Airport, located some 50 km. outside Mexico City, using seven ex-Volare A320s. It has ordered a further 10 ...

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