MEXICO CITY, July 13 (Reuters) - Mexico's Interjet said on
Monday it received a $150 million capital injection to help the
company through a major restructuring in a bid to offset the
crisis in the airline sector as the coronavirus pandemic choked
Interjet, one of Mexico's three biggest airlines with a
portfolio of more than 50 routes, announced restructure plans
last month as local media speculated about the carrier's
The struggling Mexican airline said a group of investors,
headed by businessmen Carlos Cabal and Alejandro del Valle, has
injected capital to help shore up the company.
"The new operations plan considers the return, in the coming
days, of more Airbus 320 and 321 aircraft," the company said in
Rival Aeromexico has already filed for Chapter
11 bankruptcy proceedings.
(Reporting by Noe Torres: Writing by Drazen Jorgic, Editing by