Interjet A320-214 With Sharklets (XA-UNO)

About Interjet:

ABC Aerolíneas, S.A. de C.V., operating as Interjet, is a Mexican low-cost airline with its headquarters in Lomas de Chapultepec, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, Mexico. The airline operates scheduled flights to Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, North America and South America out of Mexico City International Airport in Mexico City. It is wholly owned by the Aleman Group. It is Mexico’s third largest airline after Aeromexico and Volaris and is also the first regular low-cost airlines of Mexico. It claims to offer the most extensive domestic network compared to its competitors.

The airline described itself as the “JetBlue of Mexico”.

Interjet also operates several charter flights throughout the American continent, mainly in the Caribbean.

Interjet started operations on December 1, 2005, with one Airbus A320 aircraft. The airline placed an order for 25 new A320 aircraft to replace the second-hand ones, which was increased by another ten aircraft on January 10, 2010. After the demise of Mexico City-based competitor Aero California in August 2008, Interjet took over the vacant slots and established flight services to Mexico City International Airport in Mexico City.

On July 21, 2011, Interjet made the first flight in North America (and the fourth worldwide) using biofuel, on the Mexico City – Tuxtla Gutierrez route, with an Airbus A320-200, registration XA-ECO.

In 2012 the Sukhoi Superjet 100 sold for about a half of a comparable Bombardier Aerospace or Embraer aircraft. Interjet CEO Jose Luis Garza says it was the best choice for hot and high Mexico City, a bold bet on Russia’s first major airliner since the Soviet Union collapse.

On March 2, 2015, Interjet firmed 10 SSJ100 options valued at $350 million. As of March 2015, several airlines have begun codeshare agreements with Interjet.

In January 2018, four out of 22 of its SSJ100s were cannibalized for parts to keep others running after having been grounded for at least five months because of their SaM146 maintenance delays. Its cost per available seat kilometer was 10% lower than Aeromexico but 34% higher than Volaris.

Source: XA-UNO | Airbus A320-214 | Interjet | Carlos Alberto Rubio Herrera | JetPhotos

She deserves to be in the sim ;)


Wow! What a beautiful Mexican livery. Sadly I’m out of votes :(

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have a really soft spot for sharklets and man thats an awsome lookin plane

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I totally agree with you!

Please! More Mexican liveries 😂😂🙏🏻

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This livery it’s amazing, and even more with sharklets

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As of September 2018, the Interjet fleet consists of 47 Airbus A320-200, Five aircraft in biofuel livery. and 6 Airbus A321-200, I think that is necesary in the Ifs.

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I hope you put it in the sim because the truth is quite necessary

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Yup, would love to get another aircraft into the mix of Mexican carriers


Voted, I would love to have this livery in the sim, Interjet is a very important airline in Mexico

It would be great to have♡

I hope that they add this great livery to the sim, I would greatly appreciate it

Aeromexico, Volaris and Viva Aerobus don’t entirely cut it. We need this!

They need to add this livery,

It’s an amazing livery and it would increment the numbers of people from all around the world, specially for the Latin Americans users this would be an awesome addition to the large list of liveries that IF has to add.


Please add this livery on the next update, plz!!! It will be a great addition to the a320 livery list.

I think this would be great to have. Interjet was a great airline!

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XA-UNO is with Pakistan International Airlines and is reregistered as AP-BOK (it’s still flying in Interjet’s livery)


Hopefully the airline can return for winter pax service or 2023.

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This is one livery I have always wanted in the sim