Houston, TX – Interjet has officially began flight operations linking George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas with Monterrey International Airport in Monterrey, Mexico.
The airline will now offer passengers a choice between two daily flights Monday through Friday and one daily flight on Saturdays and Sundays.
Depending upon demand, the airline will feature service aboard its 150-seat A-320 and its 93-seat Superjet 100 aircraft, with passengers departing from Terminal D at the airport’s Mickey Leland International Terminal.
Interjet’s daily service will include service twice a day Monday through Friday, and once a day on Saturday and Sunday.
The arrival of Interjet is the latest example of an unprecedented level of growth for international air travel in Houston.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport is currently on pace to see more than 10 million international passengers in 2014, a number never reached in the facility’s 45 year history.