Viva Aerobus launched this Wednesday for sale the first two new routes that will operate from to Felipe Angeles International Airport in Mexico City bound for the cities of Monterrey and Guadalajara.
The ultra-low-cost airline reported that both routes will begin on March 21 of next year, that is, from the first day of operations of the new airport.
The two services will offer a daily flight at prices starting at 304 pesos for a single trip -19 pesos + 285 pesos from TUA-.
The Airport Use Fee (TUA) is a charge that the different airports make to all passengers for the use of the facilities and services of the terminal building.
Viva Aerobus said that these new routes are in addition to the service currently offered in the Benito Juárez International Airport From Mexico City; recalled that its business model allows it to operate simultaneously in multiple airports in the same city or region, making point-to-point flights, with the lower rates.
VivaAerobus (the first commercial airline to land in the Felipe Angeles International Airport, AIFA, in a demonstration flight), reiterated last October its intention to operate at the Santa Lucia air terminal from the day of its inauguration.
The airline also announced that, in order to facilitate transportation to the new Santa Lucía terminal, it will offer its exclusive Viva Bus service for its passengers that will take them from the airport to the North Bus Terminal and vice versa. Passengers can purchase this service at 75 pesos on their website, Viva Tiendas, at the North Bus Station or during your flight with the flight attendant team.
Viva Aerobus thanked the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) for their collaboration and openness in the development of this decisive work for the competitiveness and development of the country, he said.
The landing of VivaAerobus
On February 10, at 1:11 p.m., an Airbus plane, VivaAerobus’ A321neo, approached the central runway of the Santa Lucia airport. The image, with a bank of fog in the background, was broadcast live on some television channels and various portals.
It was the first commercial demonstration landing during the inauguration of the military installations that were built at the airport. Later, planes from Volaris, Aeromar and TAR did the same.
VivaAerobus started operations in 2006 and currently operates one of the youngest fleets in the world with 50 Airbus (40 Airbus A320 and 10 Airbus A321).