Volaris Makes Full Recovery From COVID-19 Pandemic

Volaris A320neo
Credit: Airbus
Mexican ULCC Volaris has recovered both operationally and financially to its pre-pandemic levels and plans to bolster its fleet during the next 18 months. During the 2021 second quarter (Q2), Volaris’ capacity was 14% higher than the same period in 2019 and its revenue jumped 38% to MXN11.5 billion...

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