Viva Aerobus, Mexico’s ultra-low-cost airline, announces that it will be flying to Mexico City from John F. Kennedy International Airport. This new route will start operations on October 18th with a daily flight.
“The opening of new connectivity options, with affordable prices, will bring New York and Mexico closer. It will continue positioning our country [Mexico] as a great tourist world power. It will facilitate the air access of New Yorkers to Mexico City and, from there, to any of our wonderful travel destinations”, mentioned Ambassador Diego Gomez Pickering, Consul General of Mexico in New York.
“Today, the future of passengers who fly between New York and Mexico City, receives a great boost. With our service, both cities are going to be within everyone’s reach. Our foray into this market, one with the highest passenger traffic, is part of our growth. Today, passengers who fly to Mexico City to enjoy its entertainment and cultural offer, to visit family and friends or for business reasons, will find the best offer in Viva Aerobus: lowest prices, direct flights and a service completely focused on client. Those are the pillars for which we are known in Mexico and those that we are now offering in the US”, said Juan Carlos Zuazua, CEO of Viva Aerobus.
Viva Aerobus will offer passengers more than 132 thousand seats during the first year of operation of this new route, thus promoting international connectivity available and accessible for everyone.
According to Juan Carlos Zuazua, this new route represents another step in the development of the Viva Aerobus international flight network. Besides, it is the natural result of the evolution that the airline has had in recent years, being, nowadays, an airline with one of the youngest fleets in Latin America, a solid growth and a philosophy of loyalty to its passengers…