Cozumel, Q.R. — Interjet airline activity to Cozumel is set to resume June 21 with the arrival of a flight from Mexico City, reports the head of tourism of Cozumel. He also says that the date is tentative since this could change due to the epidemic.
Pablo Alfonso Aguilar Torres, representative of the Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion Council (CPTQ) for Cozumel, also revealed that Volaris is scheduled to land on July 3 and that Viva Aerobús has a tentative date of July 13th.
He says the possibility of resumed flights needs to be treated as tentative since the island has had several scheduled flights that have canceled by airlines with 72 hours notice. However, if planes land as hoped, an Interjet flight from Mexico City will land on June 21 at 12:10 p.m. and another on June 28th.
He noted that Interjet flights will gradually increase to two per week, until they begin offering one daily flight, as per the schedule pre-COVID-19.
Aguilar Torres revealed that there have been meetings with representatives of Volaris who will schedule two weekly flights from Mexico City starting July 3.
Regarding the Monterrey-Cozumel route of Viva Aerobús, he reported that the date is tentatively July 13, which still remains unconfirmed. He says they are still waiting for confirmation regarding that route.