Viva Aerobus offers for sale first routes from Mexico City’s new airport.

Viva Aerobus launched Wednesday the first two new routes it will operate from Felipe Angeles International Airport in Mexico City to Monterrey and Guadalajara.

Viva Aerobus will fly between Bogota and Cancun starting in December.

Both routes will begin on March 21, 2022, that is, from the first day of operations of this new airport. The two services will offer a daily flight at prices starting at $304 pesos for a single trip ($19 pesos + $285 TUA). These new routes are in addition to the service the airline currently offers at Mexico City’s Benito Juarez International Airport.

The airline has followed up on the development, certification and studies regarding the viability and safety of operations at this new airport in line with its objective of constantly exploring growth opportunities to strengthen the country’s connectivity in strategic destinations.

Viva and Viva Aerobus announce interline agreement.

Also, in order to facilitate transportation to the new Felipe Angeles Airport, Viva Aerobus will offer its exclusive ‘Viva Bus’ service for its passengers that will take them from the airport to the Central Bus Terminal in the North of Mexico City and vice versa. Viva Bus’ frequencies are scheduled to coincide with flight departure and arrival times for the convenience of passengers. Passengers can purchase this service for only $75 pesos on the airline’s website, at Viva Tiendas, at the Central de Autobuses del Norte or during their flight with the flight attendant team.

“Starting a commercial operation at Felipe Angeles Airport responds to the growing demand that has been registered in recent years in the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico. Viva Aerobus’ commitment is to continue connecting destinations so that more and more people have the opportunity to access convenient, safe and reliable air transportation. We see an opportunity in this region and we will be there to offer passengers the best service with the youngest and most modern fleet in Mexico and at the lowest prices,” said Juan Carlos Zuazua, CEO of Viva Aerobus.

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