“We are excited to offer new destinations in Mexico,” said Kurt Stache, Senior Vice President – Alliances and Partnerships at American. “This new codeshare relationship with Interjet strengthens our presence in this important and growing market.” On 10 June 2014, Interjet and Iberia entered into a codeshare agreement on their flights.  The new agreement allows AAdvantage® members to collect miles on codeshare flights operated by Interjet. “We are very pleased to announce this important codeshare agreement between Interjet Airlines and Alitalia,” said Julio Gamero, Chief Commercial Officer of Interjet. “Alitalia is Italy`s national airline and we are one of the fastest growing airlines in North America. Our current interline agreement has provided good services to both airlines and we will continue our commitment to all our business and holiday travelers wherever we fly, our unique brand of lower prices with free hold baggage at selected rates, more legroom between seats and excellent service.” he added. The new codeshare agreement with Interjet will provide American Airlines customers with a seamless connection service to Mexico. American will codeshare Interjet flights from Mexico City to five major destinations: Huatulco, Villahermosa, Merida, Tuxtla Gutierrez and Oaxaca. American and Interjet will apply to the U.S. Department of Transportation for administrative authorization for the planned code-sharing cooperation. FORT WORTH, Texas, 18 years old. Dec. 2014 /PRNewswire/ — American Airlines has signed a codeshare agreement with Mexico City-based Interjet, which is adding new services to major destinations in Mexico.
MIAMI — Aeromexico (AM) and LATAM Airlines (LA) have joined forces to offer 39 Mexican, 14 Colombian and 40 Brazilian destinations through a codeshare agreement on their networks. For customers, the deal means they now collect and redeem shared miles. While Club Premier passengers have access to the LA VIP Room in Bogota, LATAM Pass Black Signature, Black and Platinum customers have access to the AM VIP Lounge in Mexico City. In the statement, the two airlines said they were also working to expand mutual benefits in loyalty programs and airport facilities. The agreement with Interjet will serve five destinations in Mexico: Huatulco, Villahermosa, Merida, Tuxtla Gutierrez and Oaxaca. As part of new services, LA will also move from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 of the Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juarez (MEX) at the end of 2020. . . .