Volaris and Frontier’s codeshare kicks off

Mexican ultra-low-fare carrier Volaris has started codeshare operations with the US ultra-low-fare airline Frontier.

Volaris already flies point-to-point to destinations in the United States and Central America but says its Mexican customers can now visit more US destinations that were not covered before, according to Enrique Beltranena, its general director and CEO.

Both ULCCs announced earlier this year an agreement whereby the Mexican airline’s customers could enjoy new destinations in the US, while opening up more Mexican opportunities for the American carrier’s passengers. “Our code-sharing sales start marks a milestone in the history of our operation. Our customers and those of Frontier can purchase their tickets with the shared promise of maintaining the lowest rates, the best customer service and the highest standards of safety and quality,” said Beltranena.

Volaris began operations in 2006 and now has more than 173 routes and 72 aircraft flying 339 daily flight segments.


Written by: Mark Thomas

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