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Viva Aerobus will reactivate its flights at Toluca Airport

Viva Aerobus announced the reactivation of two routes from Toluca International Airport (AIT) to Cancún and Monterrey, and the opening of two new connections to Mérida and Puerto Vallarta, after more than a year of leaving the premises.

In a statement, the airline reported that on July 28 it will reestablish its route to Cancun with three flights a day, and, as of September 9, it will operate two daily flights. On that same date, it will also resume its flights to Monterrey with two flights a day, and will increase to three daily frequencies.

In addition, on September 9, the airline will begin the operation of two new routes from Toluca to Mérida and Puerto Vallarta , both with a daily flight. With this, the airport recovers one of the three largest airlines in the country, since only the Venezuelan Conviasa operated at the airport.

"With these four routes, we connect the State of Mexico with tourist and business enclaves in the country, thus favoring the development, accessibility and competitiveness of all these destinations," said Juan Carlos Zuazua, general director of Viva Aerobus, quoted in a statement.

The flights will be operated with Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft, with a capacity of 186 to 240 passengers. Viva Aerobus's announcement comes a week after it was announced as part of an agreement with the Federal Government to increase daily operations at the airport from 12 to 100.

Other airlines, such as Aeroméxico, also announced an increase in flights based on the agreement, which plans to move air cargo and charter operators from AIFA to AICM.

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