Dreaming of llamas and ceviche? Fly to Peru for around $200 roundtrip from several U.S. and Canadian cities! Interjet is discounting flights to Mexico, Central America, and South America up to 80% off the base fare. Fares are as low as $164 roundtrip to Mexico and only $197 roundtrip to South America.
Interjet Launches New "Ultra Light" Fares with an Incredible Flash Sale
This flash sale compliments the launch of Interjet's brand new "Ultra Light" fare class. The new fare class does not include checked bags on any route and carry-on baggage is limited to two bags with a combined max weight of 22 lbs. Checked bag fees start at $30 each way.
Good news for travelers between US/Canada and Mexico; this is no different than the previous lowest "Light" fare class. However, Interjet's lowest fares to Central America and South America will no longer include any checked luggage.
Travel dates vary by route. Most fares are pretty wide open for travel dates between late April and June 2020. Many routes will also have scattered dates available between mid-January and March. A few routes have these low fares available for fall 2019 travel as well.
Travel dates in early April will have much higher fares, but you may be able to find these prices over spring break travel dates in March.
Many connecting routes require longer layovers than usual in Mexico. Some of the schedules require extended stops either during the day or overnight. Click on the fare details below for specifics.
These "Ultra Light" fares include two pieces of carry-on luggage with a max combined weight of 22 lbs. Checked bag fees start at $30 each way when booked online.
Seats will be assigned at random upon check-in for these prices. You may pay a fee to choose a specific seat.
Don't be fooled into upgrading to Interjet's "Light" fare. It is pretty much never worth it. On flights to/from Mexico, there is no difference in your baggage allowance. For flights to/from Central and South America, the "Light" fare does include one free checked bag, but the price difference is much more than it is to simply add checked baggage a la carte to the "Ultra Light" fare. The only other difference between the "Light" and "Ultra Light" fares is slightly lower change fees. Again, not worth the difference in cost.
If you're in the San Diego area, make sure to check out flights from Tijuana (TIJ), which you can access directly from the U.S. side of the border via the Cross Border Xpress bridge.
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