Volaris: new national route that will connect the city of Guadalajara with Puerto Vallarta

With this opening, it is positioned as one of the biggest airlines in Mexico

(Source: Volaris)

Volaris, the ultra-low-cost Mexican airline that operates in Mexico, the United States, Central and South America, announces its new national route that will connect the city of Guadalajara (GDL) with Puerto Vallarta (PVR), in the state of Jalisco.

With this opening, Volaris continues its position as the biggest airline in Mexico and is committed to continuing to be the one that transports the most passengers within the country. Currently, Volaris generally offers 200 routes with a daily average of 559 operations in 43 domestic and 28 international destinations in the United States, Central and South America.

"The announcement of this new route will strengthen connectivity and passenger flow between both destinations, which are distinguished for being two of the greatest tourist attractions that Mexico offers, which reinforces our commitment to continue promoting economic, tourist and commercial development in our country, by offering the best alternatives to travel at competitive prices to all travelers who want to meet with their family and friends, or simply travel for pleasure,” said Omar Carrera, commercial director of Volaris.

For its part, the Jalisco Secretary of Tourism stated: “this news reflects that Puerto Vallarta maintains a constant and growing flow of tourism, which in turn requires an increase in the number of seats and scheduled flights, to thus providing passengers with more facilities to visit us. According to the most recent monitoring by Datatur, during February 2023, the destination remained in first place in the country in percentage of hotel occupancy. In addition, according to data from the Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico, only during January the Puerto Vallarta airport was positioned within the three nationals with the highest arrival of international tourists, receiving more than 222 thousand; a figure that exceeded that of January 2022 by 57.6%”.

The state of Jalisco has a strong tourist vocation, this being an important source of income and economic benefit for the entity, since according to the State Secretary of Tourism (Secturjal), in 2022 Jalisco had an influx of visitors of 30.5 million people, highlighting the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area (15.8 million) and Puerto Vallarta (5.9 million) as two of the main destinations.

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