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Viva Aerobus Opens Three New Routes From AIFA to Puerto Escondido, Acapulco and Oaxaca

Viva Aerobus has opened three new routes from Mexico City’s Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA) in Mexico City. Service to Puerto Escondido started on Thursday, while flights to Acapulco and Oaxaca will launch on Friday and Saturday, respectively.


Viva Aerobus Airbus A321 - Courtesy Airbus

On Thursday (September 1, 2022), Viva Aerobus announced the launch of three new routes from Mexico City’s Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA by its Spanish acronym). New service to Puerto Escondido launched on Thursday, while flights to Acapulco and Oaxaca will commence on Friday and Saturday respectively. Service to Puerto Escondido will operate three times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, while flights to Acapulco will be offered twice weekly on Fridays and Mondays. The Oaxaca route will operate twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays. All flights from AIFA start at $16 pesos plus Airport Use Fee (TUA).

In Thursday’s announcment, Viva Aerobus’ CEO, Carlos Zuazua, said,


“We appreciate Viva's commitment to Mexico City's metropolitan area. Undoubtedly, Viva has become a strategic ally for passengers, giving them the opportunity to fly from the AIFA, an airport distinguished by its world-class infrastructure and service. We will keep working together and to provide all the facilities to travel to national and international destinations from this central-southern region of the country.”


For added guest convenience, Viva Aerobus offers Viva Bus shuttle service connecting AIFA to Mexico City’s North Bus Terminal. Customers can purchase this service for $75 pesos on the carrier’s website, at Viva Tiendas, at Mexico City’s Bus Terminal or during their flight.


Viva Aerobus' New Routes From Felipe Angeles International Airport in Mexico City, Courtesy Viva Aerobus

Founded in 2006, Viva Aerobus is Mexico’s ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC). Currently, the airline operated the youngest fleet in Latin America with 62 Airbus aircraft including 40 A320s and 22 A321a. With the vision to bring air travel in reach of all, Viva Aerobus has democratized the airline industry with the lowest fares in Mexico and the lowest cost structure in the Americas.



Source: Viva Aerobus

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