Articles tagged “volaris”

Airline Weekly

Volaris Set for U.S. Growth After Likely Upgrade of Mexico’s Aviation Authority

The U.S.'s largest international aviation market, Mexico, is poised for a lot of new flights.

Volaris Set for U.S. Growth After Likely Upgrade of Mexico’s Aviation Authority

Travel Technology

Latam, Volaris and Air Europa Are Modernizing Tech to Cut Costs

The pandemic prompted airlines to modernize their operations with technology, and they're not stopping. Third-party companies can help by offering new solutions to supplement airlines' existing old and limited infrastructure.

Latam, Volaris and Air Europa Are Modernizing Tech to Cut Costs

Airlines

Latin America Is the Future of the Airline Industry

No part of the world is seeing as many big changes to the airline business as Latin America. The final shape is still opaque, but one thing is clear for the region's aviation industry: All eyes are watching closely for how this transformation unfolds.

Latin America Is the Future of the Airline Industry

Airlines

Mexican Airlines Return to Toluca Airport Following Govt Push

The Mexican government's push to reduce congestion and cap flights out of the capital's crowded main airport will finally bring back commercial flight operations to the forgotten Toluca airport.

Mexican Airlines Return to Toluca Airport Following Govt Push

Airlines

Mexico’s Volaris Expects to Launch Los Angeles Route by December

Confident about its ability to tap into the market to switch bus passengers to air travel, Volaris is planning to expand operations in the U.S. But before that the airline will have to wait for the U.S. to restore Mexico's aviation safety rating.

Mexico’s Volaris Expects to Launch Los Angeles Route by December

Airline Weekly

Mexico City’s New Airport Off to Slow Start

Mexico City finally got the new airport it's long needed on Monday. But most remain skeptical whether the new airfield will attract enough travelers to seriously relieve congestion at the capital's busy main airport.

Mexico City’s New Airport Off to Slow Start

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