Interjet (4O, Toluca) has published details of a new three-year business plan called Interjet 2021 that includes an internal process review, product upgrades, and what its calls re-equipment of its fleet.

The new strategy includes a "significant" growth of capacity on international routes. According to the ch-aviation capacity module, Interjet currently only deploys 14.9% of its capacity on international routes to the United States, Cuba, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Peru.

In addition to the twenty-eight A320neo still on order from Airbus, Interjet also plans to add an additional twenty A320neo over the course of the next five years. Its plan does not detail whether the aircraft will be sourced from the order book of lessors or if it plans to place an additional order with Airbus.

Following weeks of media speculation regarding the future of the LCC's SSJ 100/95s, chief executive José Luis Garza clarified that Interjet would be "phasing out some of its Sukhoi Superjet 100 fleet with an opportunity for delivery of next-generation Superjet 100 aircraft for future use in markets where these aircraft make operational and economic sense." In addition, Interjet would be installing a simulator for the Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (Zhukovsky) regional jets at its Toluca training centre.

Mexico's Vanguardia is reporting that as a result of the downsizing of its SSJ 100 fleet, Interjet would temporarily cut up to 650 jobs.

Interjet currently operates forty-seven A320-200s, three A320neo, six A321-200s, seven A321neo, and twenty-one SSJ 100/95Bs (of which eight are currently out of service) from bases in Toluca, Guadalajara, México City Int'l, and Monterrey General Mariano Escobedo.