Interjet A320 aircraft bear the name of new 007 film, Spectre

The new 007 film, SPECTRE, has come to Mexico, and to celebrate its partnership, Interjet has modified the design of two of its planes for the first time in its 10-year history, to introduce the latest James Bond chapter.
The Airbus 320 theme planes that are part of the Interjet fleet made their first flight on October 30th. Two days prior to the premiere in Mexico, one of the planes covered the flight from New York to Mexico City while the other plane flies to cities such as Huatulco, Culiacan and Bogota. Both aircrafts bear the title of the film Spectre.
Once the movie debuts, all Interjet flights will play behind the scenes 007 materials for six weeks for its passengers.
In the framework of the 50th anniversary of the saga, as of October 15, Interjet has also been sponsoring the Designing 007 exhibition in Mexico, which focuses on the style of the James Bond franchise which can only be seen in these films. The exhibition includes more than 400 items ranging from scripts, weapons, photographs and costumes to other one-of-a-kind objects.
Miguel Aleman Magnani, Executive President of Interjet, the Mexican airline which operates in Mexico, the Unites States, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba and Guatemala said, “It is an honor to partner with one of the world’s most widely-recognized franchises which, for the first time ever, will highlight our country’s cultural heritage and tourism potential.”
Interjet was also excited to be one of the hosts of Sony Pictures Entertainment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and EON Productions SPECTRE Premiere of the Americas in Mexico City, where the film’s stunning opening sequence, set amidst Day of the Dead festivities, was filmed.