Mexico is USA's major economic and cultural partner. Mexico is also the favorite destination for tourists from USA. With major traffic coming from USA, many news flights to Mexico have been announced in recent months.

Talks are on between John Wayne Airport officials and Mexican airline Interjet on a proposal to provide daily service to Guadalajara and Mexico City. According to John Wayne customer relations manager Rachel Gibson, if the airline meets various requirements then service could kick start as early as in October. John Wayne would become Interjet’s first destination in California and its fourth in the U.S. after Miami, New York and San Antonio.

Mexico Service at John Wayne by Interjet to Be Flagged Off Soon

The airline needs to comply with federal requirements and pass an aircraft noise test scheduled for Sept. 4. Airport officials plan to go before the Orange County Board of Supervisors Sept. 11 to seek approval for Interjet’s lease at the airport, Gibson said.

Interjet has also put in a request to receive an incentive package for its Guadalajara service. The package includes a $300,000 rent break for the first year of operations, offered to the first three airlines that commit to nonstop routes to Mexico averaging five flights per week.

Interjet currently runs 150 flights on 42 routes daily to 26 destinations in Mexico, as well as Guatemala, Havana, San Antonio, Miami, and San José (Costa Rica) in addition to the new service to New York. They are 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. Its current fleet consists of 35 state-of-the-art Airbus A320 aircraft with the latest in aeronautical technology.

With newer flights from various cities of USA, Mexico will soon be even more accessible and closer to you. Mexico is the future of Latin America and a prime real estate investment destination.