Viva Aerobus receives its 50th aircraft.

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Viva Aerobus celebrated at Monterrey International Airport the official welcoming ceremony of its 50th aircraft, a new Airbus A321neo with registration number XA-VBM, which is distinguished by a decoration alluding to this emblematic expansion of the airline’s fleet.

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This iconic aircraft landed in Mexico on Saturday, July 31 at 19:00 at Terminal C of the Monterrey International Airport, after taking off in the morning of the same day from Hamburg, Germany, making stops in Keflavík, Iceland and Bangor, United States.

With this arrival, Viva Aerobus reaffirms its position as the airline with the youngest fleet in the country and the second youngest in North America, now comprised of 10 Airbus A321s and 40 Airbus A320s, with an average age of only 4.6 years. The Airbus A321neo has a capacity for 240 passengers, offers fuel efficiencies that benefit the environment, and provides greater comfort thanks to its intelligent design in terms of space utilization and cabin noise reduction.

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“The arrival of our 50th aircraft is a symbol of our commitment to accessible air connectivity in Mexico, and also a recognition of our ultra low-cost business model and our expansion strategy that allows us to provide our passengers with additional value by combining the youngest fleet in Mexico, which offers the highest standards in safety and reliability, with the lowest prices,” said Juan Carlos Zuazua, CEO of Viva Aerobus.

“Viva Aerobus continues to grow thanks to the trust of travelers, heading towards our 15th anniversary and backed by a business model that looks to sustainability and air connectivity in Mexico at affordable prices for everyone. And today we celebrate having reached 50 aircraft, more than 130 routes and more than 7 million registered passengers in 2021 alone; proud to be a company that has revolutionized the airline industry in Mexico,” concluded Zuazua.

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