VOLARIS had MP1.5b net income in 3Q21 (vs MP713m in 3Q19) on 35% higher revenues vs 3Q19 and ended quarter with MP12.7b cash. It has 94 aircraft (six A319s; 72 A320s; 16 A321s) and plans to end 2021 with 101 aircraft and 2022 with 113.

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