Volaris Airlines Phone Number

Volaris, lawfully is a Mexican ease carrier situated in Santa Fe, Álvaro Obregón, Mexico City with its center point in Guadalajara, Mexico City, and Tijuana, and center urban areas in Cancun, Los Angeles, and Monterrey. It is the nation's second biggest carrier after Aeroméxico and serves residential and worldwide goals inside the Americas. It is a main rival in the Mexican household carrier advertise, with a piece of the overall industry of more than 21% of local activity.

  1. Founded : 2004
  2. Commenced operations : 2005
  3. Hubs: Guadalajara International Airport, Mexico City International Airport, Tijuana Internation Airport
  4. Fleet size: 71
  5. Destinations:  65

The pre-activities stage (establishing of the legitimate substances and setting up of the required foundation) began in August 2005 under the name Vuela Airlines. Significant introductory investors of the organization were Grupo Televisa (the world's greatest Spanish-dialect media aggregate), Inbursa (an insurance agency claimed by extremely rich person Carlos Slim), Avianca (at that point TACA Airlines) and the Discovery Americas Fund. Every one of these accomplices contributed 25% of the underlying expense of exercises, or 100 million USD. On July 2010, it was reported that Televisa and Inbursa had sold their stake in Volaris leaving the responsibility for as takes after: Avianca (at that point TACA Airlines) with Roberto and Maria Cristina Kriete (half), Investment subsidize Discovery Americas (more than 25%) and Indigo Partners: Fund drove by previous America West CEO B. Franke.

Ticket sales started on January 12, 2006, and, following the delivery of the airline's first aircraft, the first (non-commercial) flight was operated in February 2006. Scheduled revenue flights were launched on March 13, 2006, with the inaugural flight having been operated from Toluca to Tijuana.

Initially, the airline avoided flying to Mexico City because of it being a congested and expensive airport. The airline took over several slots that had been owned by now-defunct Mexicana and its subsidiaries MexicanaClick and MexicanaLink, establishing service in September 2010. In March, 2011, it announced that its hub in Toluca would move to Guadalajara.

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