Interjet, a budget airline, inaugurated the route between Mexico City-Costa Rica yesterday, thus extending the number of airlines serving this route. Interjet joins Aeromexico and TACA.
The airline will fly daily from Benito Juarez International Airport of Mexico City, Juan Santamaria International Airport in Alajuela, with an Airbus A320 with 150 seats and has a single section (no business class or economy).
The company representatives said a few days ago that the firm will charge between $ 299 and $ 499 per ticket, where the latter will be the maximum price.
This fee shall entitle the passenger free drinks and snacks, as well as entertainment and the possibility that the traveler take up to 50 kilos in luggage. No hot meals.
The company will fly from Juan Santamaria International Airport terminal to Benito Juarez Monday to Sunday. The first five days of the week will leave here at 12:25 pm and weekends will at 2:35 pm
The hope of national tourism authorities is that the arrival of Interjet the country increase the number of Mexicans who visit Costa Rica. Which in 2011, only 49,000 visitors came t Costa Rica from Mexico by air.