Spectre takes to the skies with Interjet

Low-cost Mexican airline Interjet has transformed two of its Airbus 320s with livery depicting the logos from Spectre, the latest film in the James Bond franchise, whose opening scenes were shot in the Mexican capital.

The specially painted aircraft made their first flights on 30 October, two days before the film’s regional premiere in Mexico City. One will fly the international route between New York to Mexico City, and the other will fly between the Mexican cities of Huatulco and Culiacan and Bogota, Colombia.Following the cinematic release of the film, passengers on all Interjet flights will be able to access behind-the-scenes 007 materials, as part of the airline’s sponsorship of the "Designing 007" exhibition in Mexico, which has on display more than 400 items including scripts, weapons, photographs, costumes and other unique objects.

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