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Volaris will open 10 new routes at AIFA and will return to Toluca Airport

Acapulco Guerrero. Volaris will open 10 new routes at Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) and will resume operations at Toluca International Airport (AIT) with six new routes, offering more than 1 million seats in the capital in conjunction with the Airport Mexico City International (AICM).

Starting in July, Volaris will open new routes from AIFA to Acapulco, Guadalajara, Huatulco, La Paz, Mérida, Mexicali, Oaxaca, Puerto Vallarta, Puerto Escondido and Los Cabos, while from Toluca it will fly to Tijuana, Puerto Vallarta, Cancún, Guadalajara, Los Cabos and Huatulco.

“The traffic in the metropolitan area of the Valley of Mexico needed to be fed from different airports and points. The metropolitan area represents a potential market of 30 million passengers, who, thanks to a planned redistribution of the airport system in the three airports that make it up, will have access to closer airports and with a greater range of destinations," said Enrique Beltranena, president and CEO of Volaris.

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