Volaris Focuses On International Growth, Ancillary Revenues

Mexican ultra-low-cost-carrier (ULCC) Volaris attributes much of its fourth-quarter and full-year success to the growth of ancillary revenues, which now account for 21% of total operating revenues. The carrier said non-ticket revenues grew by 86% in the fourth quarter compared with 2013, reaching...

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