Interjet is a Mexican low-cost airline that operates flights to South America, Central America, North America and the sun-drenched destinations of the Caribbean Sea. It is Mexico's third largest airline after Aeroméxico and Volaris. The company has a fleet of 85 aircraft from the manufacturer Airbus and 20 Sukhoi Superjet. The company also offers regular travelers the opportunity to join its loyalty club, the Interjet Club, which allows frequent passengers to benefit from favorable fare conditions and special services. The airline has signed partnership agreements with the following airlines: American Airlines, Iberia, LATAM and British Airways, which has allowed it to significantly expand its airline network.
👜 Baggage regulations at Interjet
Carry On Luggage:
On an Interjet flight, you can keep your travel essentials nearby! The company authorizes each passenger using any of its routes to carry one piece of cabin luggage up to 10 kg. Dangerous and sharp objects are prohibited on board flights and the crew reserves the right to confiscate any object deemed potentially dangerous. Bottles and aerosols over 100 ml are not allowed on board and must be stored in the luggage you wish to register.
Interjet's Standard Checked Baggage:
• 2 standard bags
• Maximum dimensions: 62 inches or 157 centimeters (length + width + height)
• Maximum weight: 25 kilograms or 55 pounds
🕗 Interjet Web Check-in
Interjet allows you to check in online before the departure of your flight. Online check-in allows you to avoid long wait times at the check-in desk and organize your trip with ease. If you have luggage to check in, simply drop it off at one of the airport check-in desks. It is recommended to arrive on site, no later than 90 minutes before the boarding time on your e-ticket. Do not forget to present yourself with valid identity papers and your visa and / or residence permit if necessary.