VivaAerobus launches domestic flights from Toluca to both Tampico and Villahermosa.
vivaaerobus strats twice-weekly flights from Cuernavaca to Monterrey and Cancun.
Mexico’s airlines such as AeroMexico, Interjet and Volaris helping airport traffic to grow by 10% in 2012
How close is Mexico to getting back to its peak traffic levels of 2008? Which airports grew fastest in 2011? Which airlines have the biggest share of the domestic market? What impact did swine flu and Mexicana’s collapse have on demand? And which airlines have started new international routes so far this year?
vivaaerobus connects Guadalajara and Cancun with two weekly flights. Competing with Volaris’ double-daily service.
vivaaerobus now connects Tuxtla Gutierrez with Cancun.
Since launching in November 2006, the Mexican LCC vivaaerobus has now carried just over 10 million passengers. How have passenger numbers and load factors developed month-by-month, and which airport may soon become its biggest? What has been the history of the airline’s international services?
vivaaerobus launches flights to Villahermosa from Cancun, and adds Reynosa to its Mexico City network
vivaaerobus starts flights to Villahermosa from Cancun, and to Reynosa from Mexico City.
Orlando becomes the airline’s sixth US destination from Monterrey. Flights operate every Saturday.
Mexican LCC now connects Monterrey with Miami in Florida and San Antonio in Texas. Currently has just 0.4% of the Mexican international market.
AeroMexico’s carriers have 40% of Mexican domestic market which grew 16% in September; international traffic up 17%
Mexican air travel reported great year-on-year growth in September but are passenger numbers back up to the pre-recession levels of 2007? What share of the domestic market do LCCs have and which new international services launched in September and October?
vivaaerobus adds its third US destination, launching flights from Monterrey to Chicago Midway Airport.