Volaris recovers its capacity to 94% in November
Airline deploys industry's iighest itinerary compliance on all 171 routes
Volaris announces the recovery of its capacity for November - compared to that of the same month during 2019 - by 94%, with an itinerary fulfillment of 97% on its 171 routes, 107 domestic and 64 international.
"Volaris has recovered its capacity faster than any airline in the Mexican air travel market, and is among the 5 fastest recovering airlines in the world," said Holger Blankenstein, Vice President of Volaris. “Thanks to the resilience of the market segment we serve, as well as our ultra-low cost structure, we have managed to consolidate ourselves as the leading player in the commercial aviation industry in Mexico and a fundamental factor for the economic reactivation of the region. " he pointed.
Regarding its Reactivation of the Skies program, with which the company visited the 5 most important tourist destinations in Mexico in recent days to offer the actors of the tourism value chain more than 2 million discounted tickets and almost 14 One thousand vouchers to travel during the last three months of 2020 and until October 2021, Volaris guarantees compliance with the highest itinerary in the industry in Mexico and reminds its Clients that in case of cancellations, they can demand 100% of the value of the Ticket in the form of payment of your preference plus 25% in electronic voucher to save on future trips with Volaris.
“Our intention today more than ever is to convey to our Clients confidence and security, and we achieve this through the impeccable execution of our Biosafety Protocol with which almost 6 million people have traveled in Mexico and to the United States without a single contagion on board; and a cancellation policy that protects your money and rewards your preference, ”said Blankenstein. "We want all Mexicans to travel with Volaris, and to do so with the certainty that our service is the safest, and that your investment is a commitment that we always honor."
Volaris announced the restart on November 23 of its operations in Central America, which offers connections from Costa Rica, Guatemala and El Salvador to key cities in the United States and Mexico. Volaris has the Safe Travels seal of the World Travel and Tourism Council, the Certificate of Good Sanitary Practices of the State of Yucatan, and the Tourist Safety Bell of Mexico City for the successful implementation of its Biosafety Protocol.