Interjet announced the closure of its offices in Colombia to reduce operating costs.

The Mexican airline Interjet announced the closure of its offices in Colombia. The decision is due to the fact that at the moment they are not operating in the country, therefore “it is not possible to maintain service personnel permanently”.

“In view of the situation we are all experiencing due to the health emergency in the entire airline industry, Interjet has taken the decision to temporarily restructure the organization that served the market in Colombia,” said Julio Gamero, the airline’s commercial director.

The executive said the Colombian market is very important and has a lot of potential. He made it clear that they will continue to operate into the country and are awaiting the removal of government restrictions so that they can return to travel and recover demand.

The company is undergoing a deep financial and commercial restructuring. Since June 16, it began to re-establish and expand its routes and frequencies.

By José González Bell – La República

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