Volaris Execs Say Dip In Ancillary Revenue Is Temporary

Facing major pricing pressures in some key markets, Volaris is banking on a revamped ancillary revenue strategy to deliver a revenue boost more in line with its traffic increase. The Mexico City-based low-cost carrier boosted passenger traffic 16% in the fourth quarter, but saw total revenue drop 1%...

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