Cancun, Q.R. — As part of the growing passenger demand in Central and South America, Volaris will increase flights it operates to Cancun from Bogotá, Colombia and San José, Costa Rica.
The low-cost airline reported that as of March 15, 2022, the Cancun-San José route will have two daily frequencies, while the route from Bogotá to Cancun will start to operate daily.
In addition, the Guatemala-Mexico City route will also increase to two flights a day, while Mexico City to San José and Bogotá will have daily flights.
Volaris will also strengthen connectivity to the United States from Central and South America. The Guatemala-Los Angeles, Washington-San Salvador and Los Angeles-San Salvador routes will being to operate on a daily basis.
Meanwhile, the New York-San Salvador route will continue with four flights a week.
With these additional frequencies, Volaris will increase operations from Central and South America by more than 50 percent.
To meet this goal, the airline incorporated an additional aircraft, which will offer around 157,000 seats per month on more than 16 routes in its network.
The Commercial Director of Volaris, Omar Carrera said “this business decision aims to increase connectivity with the United States to unite friends and family, strengthen the network of leisure routes with destinations in Mexico and Colombia and encourage small and medium-sized companies with more intra-Central American frequencies.”