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Hola Sardaukar y amigos del foro. Pues siempre sí, Volaris dio inicio a su nueva ruta Ciudad de México - San Antonio el pasado viernes 15 , con lo que ya hay tres competidores en ella (Aeroméxico Connect, Interjet y Volaris). Aquí una nota periodística al respecto:

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Mexican economy airline Volaris announced in May that it would offer new daily nonstop air service from San Antonio to Mexico City starting Sept. 15. The flight, representing another goal met in the City of San Antonio’s five-year strategic plan to increase international air service, was celebrated at Gate A7 with music and food from La Gloria.
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“We do get some of that,” said Russ Handy, director of aviation for the City of San Antonio, describing the so-called “leakage” rate of about 6% of domestic travel that chooses to fly out of Austin versus San Antonio. “But it’s a little less coming south.”

Yet San Antonio has managed to corner the market on Mexico, with more than double the amount of flight capacity to Mexico than Austin currently offers, and with 1,000 daily seats to Mexico, 600 of those into Mexico City.

While San Antonio lost one of its direct-to-Mexico flights in early 2016 when Southwest Airlines relocated its service to Houston Hobby, other airlines are quickly filling the gap.

Mexican carrier Interjet already offers two daily flights on weekdays from San Antonio to Mexico City. Aeromexico offers one daily flight. San Antonio International Airport also offers direct flights to Monterrey and, on a seasonal basis, Cancun.

“If you talk to the airline executives, they say they feel very good about the Mexico City-San Antonio market and their biggest limiting factor is being able to get slots in and out of the Mexico City airport – it’s just very, very busy,” Handy said. “So that’s what they are typically battling.”

Volaris’ Ancillary Revenue Manager Juliana Ramirez arrived in San Antonio aboard the inaugural flight along with many passengers traveling to visit friends and family here.
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Texas represents a key market for Volaris, due to its sizable Hispanic population, and Juliana Ramirez looks for all seats on Volaris flights bound for Mexico and back to be full.

“We do this by our prices. Our prices, one way, will start at $99, so the round-trip fare will be around $200,” she said. “[Low prices] are Volaris’ business model. We have lower operating costs so we can lower our fares, stimulate the demand, fill airplanes, then increase capacity.”

“This is the Hispanic market connecting between Mexico and the U.S., but also we are looking at a lot of leisure and business travelers as well,” Ramirez said.

Founded in 2006, Volaris currently offers more destinations from Mexico into the U.S. than any other Mexican airline. Last year, Juliana Ramirez said, the airline conducted 1,140 operations within Texas, and transported 145,000 passengers. Volaris also offers flights from San Antonio to Guadalajara, Mexico.

“We are confident that offering accessible air travel between Texas and Mexico will promote social, economic and tourist exchange by providing convenient travel options to our ‘visit friends and relatives’ audience, business travelers and leisure travelers,” Juliana Ramirez said in her remarks at a ceremony Friday in Terminal B. “This newest route into San Antonio is an example of Volaris’ commitment to continued growth and expansion in order to bring friends and families together.”
FUENTE: Volaris Takes Wing for First Nonstop Service from San Antonio to Mexico City

En el artículo hay fotos del N511VL, el A320 con el que se realizó el vuelo inaugural.

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Hola Sardaukar y amigos del foro. Pues siempre sí, Volaris dio inicio a su nueva ruta Ciudad de México - San Antonio el pasado viernes 15 , con lo que ya hay tres competidores en ella (Aeroméxico Connect, Interjet y Volaris). Aquí una nota periodística al respecto:

FUENTE: Volaris Takes Wing for First Nonstop Service from San Antonio to Mexico City

En el artículo hay fotos del N511VL, el A320 con el que se realizó el vuelo inaugural.

Suerte a Volaris.
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