Articles tagged “volaris”

Airline Weekly

Pandemic-Strengthened Volaris Plots Aggressive Fourth Quarter Growth

Contrary to most of the airline industry, Volaris has emerged from the Covid-19 pandemic strengthened with a growing fleet and expanding share of its home Mexican market. The airline is focused on keeping costs low to lure more former bus riders and expanding into Central America.

Pandemic-Strengthened Volaris Plots Aggressive Fourth Quarter Growth

Airline Weekly

Latin American Carriers Showcase New Pandemic Leverage for Airlines Shopping for Planes

Latin American Carriers Showcase New Pandemic Leverage for Airlines Shopping for Planes

Airline Weekly

Volaris Looks South for Growth as Mexico’s Domestic Airline Market Recovers

Volaris Looks South for Growth as Mexico’s Domestic Airline Market Recovers

Airline Weekly

Aeromexico and Volaris Likely to Bear Brunt of FAA Rebuke of Mexico’s Aviation Regulator

Aeromexico and Volaris Likely to Bear Brunt of FAA Rebuke of Mexico’s Aviation Regulator

Airline Weekly

Volaris Is Counting on Converting Mexico’s Bus Passengers as 2021 Growth Driver

Volaris Is Counting on Converting Mexico’s Bus Passengers as 2021 Growth Driver

Airline Weekly

Volaris Discovers Good and Bad From Mexico’s Looser Travel Restrictions

Volaris Discovers Good and Bad From Mexico’s Looser Travel Restrictions

Airlines

How Mexico’s Largest Airline Is Navigating the Pandemic

Most air travelers are probably going to be traveling domestic for awhile. That could be especially good news for Volaris as it recovers from the pandemic. Find out why.

How Mexico’s Largest Airline Is Navigating the Pandemic

Airlines

Can Flight Subscriptions Help Airlines Recover From an Unprecedented Drop in Demand?

Before Covid-19, many airlines were skeptical about subscription services. They feared selling cheap seats and not having enough inventory available for big-spenders. But times may be changing.

Can Flight Subscriptions Help Airlines Recover From an Unprecedented Drop in Demand?

Airlines

Mexico Discount Airline Offers $1 Fares for Central American Migrants Headed Home

What a sad situation. In the past many of these people might have had a chance to win asylum in the United States.

Mexico Discount Airline Offers $1 Fares for Central American Migrants Headed Home

Airlines

Low-Cost Carrier Allegiant Seeks Permission to Fly to Mexico, Finally

Allegiant Air has teased us before about flying to Mexico. But the airline is probably serious now. Will smaller-market travelers want to visit Mexican beaches as much as Las Vegas and Orlando? We'll see.

Low-Cost Carrier Allegiant Seeks Permission to Fly to Mexico, Finally