Volaris

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Volaris
Volaris logo (black background).svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Y4VOIVOLARIS
Founded2004
Commenced operations2005
AOC # Z5XF131F [1]
Hubs
Focus cities
Frequent-flyer program VClub
Subsidiaries Volaris Costa Rica
Fleet size76
Destinations66
Company sloganPrecios que te hacen viajar (Spanish)
Get out of town prices (English)
Parent company Vuela Compañia de Aviación
Headquarters Mexico City, Mexico
Key people
  • Enrique Beltranena (CEO)
Website www.volaris.com
A Volaris A319 at Morelia International Airport. Volaris A319 at Morelia International Airport DSC 0589 AD.JPG
A Volaris A319 at Morelia International Airport.
A Volaris A320 landing at Los Angeles International Airport. N520VL (14309112194).jpg
A Volaris A320 landing at Los Angeles International Airport.

Volaris, legally Concesionaria Vuela Compañía de Aviación, S.A.B. de C.V. (BMV: VOLARA, NYSE :  VLRS), is a Mexican low-cost airline based in Santa Fe, Álvaro Obregón, Mexico City with its hubs in Guadalajara, Mexico City, and Tijuana, and focus cities in Cancún, León, Los Angeles, and Monterrey. It is the country's second largest airline after Aeroméxico and serves domestic and international destinations within the Americas. It is a leading competitor in the Mexican domestic airline market, with a market share of over 21% of domestic traffic. [2] [3]

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Mexico City International Airport Airport that serves Mexico City, Mexico

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Tijuana International Airport commercial airport serving Tijuana and Baja California, Mexico

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Contents

History

The pre-operations phase (founding of the legal entities and setting up of the required infrastructure) started in August 2005 under the name Vuela Airlines. Major initial shareholders of the company were Grupo Televisa (the world's biggest Spanish-language media conglomerate), Inbursa (an insurance company owned by multi billionaire Carlos Slim), TACA Airlines and the Discovery Americas Fund. Each of these partners invested 25% of the initial cost of activities, or 100 million USD. On July 2010, [4] it was announced that Televisa and Inbursa had sold their stake in Volaris leaving the ownership of Volaris as follows: TACA Airlines with Roberto and Maria Cristina Kriete (50%), Investment fund Discovery Americas (over 25%) and Indigo Partners: Fund led by former America West CEO B. Franke.

A shareholder is an individual or institution that legally owns one or more shares of stock in a public or private corporation. Shareholders may be referred to as members of a corporation. Legally, a person is not a shareholder in a corporation until their name and other details are entered in the corporation‘s register of shareholders or members.

Inbursa is a financial company which, through its subsidiaries, provides banking and related services in Mexico. The company operates business lines in investment funds, general insurance, automobile insurance, mortgages, health insurance, retirement funds and commercial banking. The company is owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.

Carlos Slim Mexican business magnate and investor

Carlos Slim Helú is a Mexican business magnate, engineer, investor and philanthropist. From 2010 to 2013, Slim was ranked as the richest person in the world by the Forbes business magazine. He derived his fortune from his extensive holdings in a considerable number of Mexican companies through his conglomerate, Grupo Carso. As of April 2019, he is the fifth-richest person in the world according to Forbes' listing of The World's Billionaires, with him and his family having a net worth estimated at $63.1 billion. He is the richest man in Mexico and Latin America.

Ticket sales started on January 12, 2006, and, following the delivery of the airline's first aircraft, the first (non-commercial) flight was operated in February 2006. Scheduled revenue flights were launched on March 13, 2006, with the inaugural flight having been operated from Toluca to Tijuana.

Initially, the airline avoided flying to Mexico City because of it being a congested and expensive airport. The airline took over several slots that had been owned by now-defunct Mexicana and its subsidiaries MexicanaClick and MexicanaLink, establishing service in September 2010. In March, 2011, it announced that its hub in Toluca would move to Guadalajara.

Mexicana de Aviación former Mexican airline

Compañía Mexicana de Aviación, S.A. de C.V. was Mexico's oldest airline and one of the oldest continuously single-branded airlines, and Mexico's biggest and flagship airline before ceasing operations on August 28, 2010. The group's closure was announced by the company's recently installed management team a short time after the group filed for Concurso Mercantil and US Chapter 15. On April 4, 2014, a judge declared Mexicana bankrupt and ordered to start selling off the company's assets to repay the airline's obligations. The headquarters of the company were in the Mexicana de Aviación Tower in Colonia del Valle, Benito Juárez, Mexico City.

MexicanaClick airline

MexicanaClick, formerly Click Mexicana, was Mexicana's regional operator, serving most of Mexicana's domestic routes between more than 25 Mexican cities. It was founded as a low-cost carrier, but changed its market to regional operations after its acquisition by Mexicana. Its main base was Mexico City International Airport.

MexicanaLink

MexicanaLink, a subsidiary of Mexicana, was a regional airline based in Guadalajara International Airport that operated as a feeder airline for both Mexicana and MexicanaClick. It operated into markets that were considered too thin to justify the use of larger aircraft. It was Mexicana's regional carrier, while MexicanaClick was a low-fare domestic airline competing against Interjet, Volaris, and VivaAerobus. MexicanaLink used to compete against Aeromar and Aeroméxico Connect.

On June 5, 2012, the airline launched a frequent flyer program called VClub. [5] It is the membership program that provides special fares, offers, last minute travel deals and other perks. Customers can save up to 40% using the VClub membership. On June 6, 2012, PayPal became a payment alternative for the airline, enabling customers to purchase tickets directly from the airline's website. [6] On September 17, 2012, Volaris announced a codeshare partnership with a German airline, Condor. Passengers of Condor are able to fly to more international destinations. [7]

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On March 13, 2013, the airline celebrated its seventh anniversary, offering passengers 70% off all flights, it has done this every year since then. [8] Volaris announced the creation of a subsidiary, Volaris Costa Rica, in March 2016. [9] [10] The subsidiary, based at Juan Santamaría International Airport in Costa Rican capital San José, started operations in November 2016. [11]

Volaris Costa Rica is a low-cost airline based at Juan Santamaría International Airport in San José, Costa Rica. It is a subsidiary of Mexican airline Volaris. Announced in March 2016, the airline began operations in November with flights to Guatemala City.

Juan Santamaría International Airport Airport in Costa Rica

Juan Santamaría International Airport is the primary airport serving San José, the capital of Costa Rica. The airport is located in the city of Alajuela, 20 km west of downtown San José. It is named after Costa Rica's national hero, Juan Santamaría, a courageous drummer boy who died in 1856 defending his country against forces led by US-American filibuster William Walker.

International operations

In November 2008, Volaris announced a codeshare agreement with US-based low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines.

In April 2009, Volaris announced the start of US-bound flights out of Toluca and Guadalajara (initially to Los Angeles and Oakland) to feed into the hubs of Southwest Airlines. Later on, US-flights were also offered from Zacatecas and Morelia, with Monterrey-Los Angeles and Fresno in planning.

On December 13, 2010, Volaris started services between Chicago/Midway and Guadalajara. It was Volaris' fourth international destination, first international service to a secondary airport and the longest route in Volaris' history. After Mexicana de Aviación's shutdown, Volaris took over many of Mexicana's international destinations and flights from its focus city, Guadalajara.

On February 25, 2011, it was announced that Volaris would begin service to Fresno on April 14, 2011. Fresno was Volaris' first US destination where it did not partner with Southwest Airlines. The airline began using Guadalajara International Airport as an American gateway hub in late 2011.

Volaris sought permission to fly between Dallas/Fort Worth and Mexico City, along with a number of other U.S.-Mexico routes. Volaris submitted the request on February 3, 2011 and the U.S. Department of Transportation granted approval on February 11. [12] However, Volaris did not launch the service until over four years later, on April 29, 2015, when it began flights between Dallas/Fort Worth and Guadalajara. [13]

Volaris received approval to fly to San Diego International Airport on July 12, 2012. Volaris then began non-stop flights between Orlando and Guadalajara on July 14, 2012. [14]

Volaris started service between Sacramento and Guadalajara on November 15, 2012. Volaris began flights between Denver and Mexico City on December 8, 2012.

On February 22, 2013, Volaris and Southwest stopped codesharing. Southwest decided to focus more on the Mexican market with AirTran Airways, instead of codesharing with Volaris. [15] [16]

Volaris began flights between Phoenix and Guadalajara on October 19, 2013.

Volaris began flying to its first destination in Texas, San Antonio, from Guadalajara on December 14, 2013. [17] Volaris also started its new route from Mexico City to San Antonio on September 15, 2017.

Volaris began non-stop flights between Chicago/O'Hare and Mexico City on December 17, 2013. [18] This replaced Volaris' Chicago/Midway-Mexico City flights.

Volaris began flights between Guadalajara and Ontario, California, a reliever airport in the Greater Los Angeles Area, on April 12, 2014. [19]

Volaris applied to fly Mexicana's former Portland to Guadalajara route. The application was granted and service to Portland began on October 6, 2014. [20]

Volaris began serving its second destination in Florida, Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport, from Mexico City on December 1, 2014 and then from Guadalajara on December 4, 2014. [21] The airline later ceased flying to Fort Lauderdale and replaced the route with non-stop flights to Miami from Mexico City and Guadalajara.

Volaris began non-stop flights between Reno–Tahoe International Airport and Guadalajara on December 16, 2014. [22]

Volaris planned to launch service to William P. Hobby Airport in Houston, Texas as soon as the new terminal was completed, [23] but the airline chose to begin flying to Houston-Intercontinental from Guadalajara on March 26, 2015, instead. [24]

Volaris began its first non-stop flights to the Northeastern United States, when it began service between New York-JFK and Guadalajara on July 15, 2015, [25] and on March 1, 2017, started non-stop service between Mexico City and New York-JFK.

In the summer of 2015, Volaris launched its first ever international flights outside the Continental United States; to Guatemala on June 18, [26] to San Juan, Puerto Rico on July 2, [27] and to San José, Costa Rica on September 10. [28]

On July 7, 2016, Volaris began service to Seattle from Guadalajara. [29]

On May 9, 2016 the airline announced non stop flights between Monterrey and Dallas/Fort Worth beginning on July 8, 2016. [30] [31]

Volaris began the first service link between Austin and Guadalajara on August 7, 2016. [29]

Volaris has confirmed it does not plan to fly to Santiago de Chile, [32] and rather focus in the US, Central America and domestic markets, after a local newspaper announced the airline had plans to begin operations in South America. [33]

In March 2017, Volaris began non-stop service between Guadalajara and Milwaukee. [34]

On January 16, 2018, Volaris announced a codeshare agreement with American low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines.

On November 17, 2018, Volaris started flights to Albuquerque from Guadalajara. Volaris was the first Mexican airline to fly to Albuquerque since Aeroméxico in 2009. [35]

On November 22, 2018, Volairs started flights to Charlotte from Guadalajara. [36]

Corporate affairs

The airline is headquartered in Santa Fe, Álvaro Obregón, Mexico City. [37] It formerly had its headquarters on the first floor of Prolongación Paseo de la Reforma 490 in Peña Blanca, Santa Fe. [38]

Destinations

Volaris operates scheduled flights to Mexico (43) and elsewhere in the Americas (22) from its hub at Guadalajara International Airport in Guadalajara, Mexico City International Airport in Mexico City, and Tijuana International Airport in Tijuana, and focus cities in Cancún International Airport in Cancún, Del Bajío International Airport in León, Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, and Monterrey International Airport in Monterrey.

Codeshare agreements

Fleet

Volaris Airbus A320-200 Airbus A320-232(w) 'N520VL' Volaris (27824039144).jpg
Volaris Airbus A320-200

As of May 2019, the Volaris fleet consists of the following aircraft: [41]

Volaris fleet
AircraftIn ServiceOrdersPassengersNotes
Airbus A319-100 5144
Airbus A320-200 428174
Airbus A320neo 1471186
Airbus A321-200 10220
Airbus A321neo 535230
Total76114

On November 15, 2017 during the Dubai Airshow, Indigo Partners announced an order for 430 aircraft of the Airbus A320neo family of which 80 will be for Volaris as follows: 46 A320neo and 34 A321neo. [42]

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