Published On: Tue, Nov 13th, 2012

Mexican Interjet buys 40 aircrafts from Airbus for US$ 3,200 million

MEXICO CITY – The Mexican airline Interjet signed a contract for the purchase of 40 Airbus A-320 aircraft for 3200 million dollars, Miguel Aleman Velasco, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the firm, reported on Monday in Queretaro (Central Mexico).

"Last Friday we had a purchase agreement with European firm Airbus for 40 aircraft Airbus A-320, the new model, which reduces the cost of fuel by 15%," said Aleman Velasco at the beginning of a business summit.

"This investment is estimated at over 3,200 million dollars," said Alemán Velasco, who was governor of the state of Veracruz (1998-2004) and is chairing the business summit in the city of Querétaro.

Interjet is a company with 100% Mexican capital that recently opened a Mexico-Cuba trip

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