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Former heads of failed airline Interjet create Aerala

Mexico City, Mexico — A new airline by pervious Interjet heads is emerging in Mexico. Aerala, a new airline of the former CEO of Interjet, was set up in October of 2021 with the intention of providing passenger, cargo, parcel and mail transport.

The new airline is being headed by José Luis Garza Álvarez, former general director of Interjet. Service by the new airline is subject to concessions, permits or authorizations from the federal government.

However, on October 26, 2021 Garza Álvarez and Salvador Ramírez Canizal created the new airline company. The company was established with 10,000 shares, 9,000 owned by José Luis Garza Álvarez , former director and former CEO of Interjet. The brand was also registered last October by the company JLG Business Solutions, owned by Garza Álvarez himself.

JLG Business Solutions, led by the former CEO of Interjet, requested the registration of six Aerala trademarks before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI).

Former heads of failed airline Interjet, create new airline

According to the applications filed by Aerala before the Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial (IMPI), Aerala wants to offer airline transport services, as well as packaging and storage of goods and organization of trips within Mexico.

The airline’s website remains under maintenance mode, saying that offered routes and services will be made available soon.

The Aerala company also includes, among its representatives, former employees of Interjet, a company that ceased operations at the beginning of 2021.