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Company that manages Interjet Vacations files for bankruptcy

Last updated on December 31, 2020

Mexico City, Mexico –The company Resérvalo, which manages the Interjet Vacations brand, reported that on December 23, it formally submitted a request for bankruptcy.

“Resérvalo has no corporate relationship with the Interjet airline,” they clarified in a message posted on the Interjet Vacations website, a trademark that is registered with the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property by ABC Airlines (Interjet) that has been seized by the Tax Administration Services (SAT).

Due to its financial complications, Interjet has not flown since December 11. Transportes Resérvalo, Sociedad Anónima Promotora de Inversión de Capital Variable was created in 2018, with both partners, José Luis Ramírez Magnani and Eduardo Ramírez Hay, being equal shareholders.

In a statement, Resérvalo explained that it was only in charge of the commercial management of the brand, marketing travel packages to users interested in purchasing air transport and hotels, among other services.

“The general public and all interested parties are informed that on December 23, 2020, the company Resérvalo, S.A.P.I. de CV submitted a formal request for bankruptcy,” they reported.

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The Interjet airline, directed by Alejandro del Valle, has been inoperative since December 11, after arguing that it does not have economic resources. The airline reportedly owes six months of benefits to employees.

On at least two occasions, Interjet employees have take to public demonstrations, demanding back pay among other things.

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