Mexico's Interjet will connect three additional Mexican destinations with Los Angeles.

The airline will begin flights to the US city from Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta and Leon/Guanajuato beginning 23 November.

"These new, international flights are important to Interjet as they will complement our ever-expanding network offering leisure and business travellers more destinations to choose from when traveling to Mexico from the US," says Interjet chief executive Jose Luis Garza.

The airline already serves Los Angeles from Mexico City, Guadalajara and Cancun.

Interjet will fly to Los Angeles daily from Leon/Guanajuato, four-times weekly from Puerto Vallarta and thrice weekly from Los Cabos. It will deploy Airbus A320 aircraft on the routes.

The airline will face the stiffest competition on Los Angeles-Los Cabos, FlightGlobal schedules data show. Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines operate nonstop on the route.

Alaska, American, Delta and Southwest also fly nonstop between Los Angeles and Puerto Vallarta. Aeromexico, United and Volaris operate nonstop between Los Angeles and Leon/Guanajuato.

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