Volaris enters Querétaro with new routes to Tijuana and Cancún; adds services from Hermosillo to Culiacán

Celebrating the launch of the Mexican low-cost airline Volaris’ new route from Hermosillo to Culiacán were Miguel Ángel Aguiñiga, the airline’s Sales and Marketing Manager (far left); and Homero Ríos Murrieta, Subcoordinator, Sonora State Tourism Commission (third right).

  • Volaris inaugurated its operations in Querétaro (QRO) in the north-central Mexican region of Bajío with two routes on 18 October. Flights to both the popular Caribbean holiday resort of Cancún (CUN) and Tijuana (TIJ) by Mexico’s border to California are now offered with each twice-weekly frequencies. On the following day, the Mexican low-cost carrier also launched twice-weekly flights on the 600-kilometre domestic route from Hermosillo (HMO) to Culiacán (CUL), both in the north-west of the country, on which it competes against AeroMexico’s twice-daily flights. All services are operated using the airline’s fleet of 174-seat A320s.


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