Interjet joins in the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association

Interjet joins in the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association

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The Mexican airline Interjet announced its adhesion to the Latin American and Caribbean Association of Air Transportation (ALTA). This is with the purpose of helping with the development of the airline industry in the region, according to a statement by the airline company.

ALTA is an organization with 35 member airlines that seeks to analyze and promote solutions to the problems in the aeronautical sector in Latin America.

In the statement, the company indicated that they seek to benefit the population of the region with the substantial contributions generated by the airline industry for the economic and social development of the associated countries.

Luis Felipe de Oliveira, executive director of ALTA, said that the airline, based out of one of the largest and most dynamic domestic markets in the region, “will provide the association with an interesting experience that will be of great value to our members. We are fulfilling our mission to unify the common objectives and the contribution that Interjet generates, and this shows that we are on the right track.”

In addition, the general director of Interjet, Jose Luis Garza, indicated that the incorporation of the airline to ALTA speaks of the strength of the company both locally and internationally.

“Being a member of this association represents an honor for Interjet, since there is a great commitment to the environment, and to the economic and social development generated by the airline industry, which are guiding principles for our company,” said the CEO of Interjet.



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