During the inaugural event for the launch of Volaris’ new route from Uruapan to Los Angeles, José Calderoni, the airline’s Director Sales and Marketing, said: “This new service presents a window of opportunities to Uruapan, its economy and people, as it sets a direct link to one of the foremost commercial and tourist destinations in the US.”
A day later, speaking during the launch of Volaris second new route this week, from Guanajuato to Chicago Midway, José Calderoni, Director Sales and Marketing, Volaris, underlined: “We are pleased to offer this new link to Chicago, a city which counts with sizable Latin-American community.”
- Volaris added two new routes to its quickly expanding network from Mexico to the US. On 2 October, weekly services from Uruapan (UPN) in central-western Mexico to Los Angeles, CA (LAX) were launched, becoming the airline’s seventh route to the Californian city. On the following day, flights on the 2,700-kilometre route from Guanajuato (BJX) to Chicago Midway, IL (MDW) commenced with also weekly frequencies. Volaris already serves Midway from four other destinations across Mexico. Both new routes are operated with A319s and are free of direct competition.