Mexican low-cost carrier Volaris is expanding its U.S. routes just as bankrupt Mexicana de Aviacion prepares to return to service. Volaris’s latest move into the U.S., which includes services from Mexico City to Denver and San Francisco and from Culiacan and Uruapan to Los Angeles, forms part of a broader network expansion that includes the addition of six Airbus narrowbodies to the 35 currently operated by the airline, Chief Commercial Officer Holger Blankenstein tells Aviation Week. ...


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