Articles Tagged ‘Toluca’

Volaris snatches #1 ranking in Mexico from Interjet in December; domestic traffic up 10% in 2012 to record 28 million

Volaris snatches #1 ranking in Mexico from Interjet in December; domestic traffic up 10% in 2012 to record 28 million

The MIST countries (Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea and Turkey) are ear-marked to replace the BRIC nations in terms of delivering the fastest economic growth. We take a look at Mexico’s air traffic trends this week.

Interjet leading LCC in Mexico with 25% of domestic market; recently relaunched international flights to Guatemala

Interjet leading LCC in Mexico with 25% of domestic market; recently relaunched international flights to Guatemala

How have Interjet’s monthly passenger numbers and load factors evolved since December 2005? How many routes does the airline now operate from each of Mexico City’s two major airports? What other routes does it serve? With almost 30 A320s in its fleet which new aircraft type has the carrier ordered?

Volaris sets new passenger record in July; may consider expansion at Mexico City after Mexicana’s collapse

Volaris sets new passenger record in July; may consider expansion at Mexico City after Mexicana’s collapse

How rapidly has Volaris grown since it launched in March 2006? What domestic market share does it now have in Mexico? Which are its busiest airports? And which US airports does it serve? How many routes does it already operate from Mexico City?


Mexicana’s uncertain future: Big network shake-up posed by possible removal of biggest player; 30% of domestic market and 20% of US-Mexico market up for grabs

Mexicana’s uncertain future: Big network shake-up posed by possible removal of biggest player; 30% of domestic market and 20% of US-Mexico market up for grabs

The airline’s situation is changing on a daily basis but what was its route network before it was forced to make changes? What would its collapse mean for the US-Mexican market and how much competition does it face on its main domestic routes?

Interjet has grabbed 10% share of Mexican domestic market; has applied for California and Texas flights

Image: Interjet has grabbed 10% share of Mexican domestic market; has applied for California and Texas flightsWith a dozen A320s based in Toluca Interjet has grabbed 10% of the Mexican market in less than thee years. It competes head-to-head with Volaris on several domestic routes. Now, after abandoning flights to Guatemala the airline is targeting the US.

Volaris emerges as leading Mexican LCC

Article Thumbnail: Base AnalysisIn just 18 months Volaris has grown from nothing to be Mexico’s largest LCC and Mexico’s fourth biggest domestic airline. What routes does it operate from its Toluca base and how does it schedule its current fleet of 12 A319s? Which other airports does it fly to? What impact has rapid growth had on the airline’s load factor?