Cross Border Xpress and Volaris announce new services
This deal will allow the systems to be connected in real time, thus favoring all passengers who buy their ticket
Cross Border Xpress (CBX), the pedestrian bridge that connects the Tijuana International Airport (TIJ) with San Diego, and Volaris, the airline with the largest presence at Tijuana International Airport, recently announced the launch of a major technological upgrade developed by both companies, which will allow real-time connectivity between the systems of the two companies, thus favoring all passengers who buy their CBX ticket at the time of purchasing their Volaris ticket.
This improvement represents important benefits for the clients of both companies, generating a better experience for the user from the moment of making their purchase, where the passenger will receive their CBX ticket by email in just minutes and, in addition, it will simplify their access to CBX at only have to scan either your CBX ticket or your Volaris boarding pass.
By flying through the Tijuana airport and crossing by CBX to connect with San Diego, passengers can enjoy an international travel option at a national flight rate, with savings ranging from 30 to 50% compared to other airports in Southern California . The connection between the Tijuana International Airport and CBX offers a fast, easy and now even safer way to travel, reducing the risk of exposure to public areas and limiting interaction with other people.
"At CBX we are constantly looking for ways to further simplify and streamline travel for our passengers. We are confident that this innovation will enrich the travel experience and contribute to a Touchless experience. We appreciate the great work and collaboration of our partner Volaris on the launch of this project, ”stated the CEO of CBX, Jorge Goytortua.
“CBX has been a great ally in our plans to connect family and friends on both sides of the border, simply, quickly and at the best prices. We know that in the midst of the new normal it is also important to minimize person-to-person contact as much as possible. With this new technology implementation, we remain at the forefront while ensuring the safety of our passengers, ”said Holger Blankenstein, Executive Vice President of Volaris.
This is just one more example of how these two companies are working and innovating together to facilitate the connection between Southern California and the Tijuana International Airport, and through this, connect the 36 direct destinations to which Volaris travels.