BOC Aviation has announced the delivery of the first of three Airbus A321CEO aircraft to Interjet of Mexico.
The remaining two aircraft are scheduled to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2016. All three aircraft are from the Company’s existing order book.
“We are pleased to have Interjet as our newest customer from North America as it grows from strength to strength,” said Robert Martin, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of BOC Aviation. “We continue to provide tailor-made fleet solutions for our customers seeking reliable and fuel-efficient aircraft.”
Jose Luis Garza, the Chief Executive Officer of Interjet, said:
“This A321, the first in our fleet, will be used by Interjet in high-density domestic and international flights operations from Mexico City, raising our efficiency in this airport.”
Interjet is a Mexican airline that began operations in 2005 and currently has a fleet of 66 aircrafts, of which 43 are Airbus A320 and its first A321. It serves 52 destinations, 37 in Mexico and 15 international.