Volaris, the ultra low cost Mexican airline with the most extensive route network servicing Mexico, US, and Central America, celebrates two consecutive years of being ranked among Airline Business Top 100 Airlines, in the international industry magazine’s annual TOP 150 Passenger Operations survey.
The analysis, which is conducted by Flightglobal Insight, reports that in 2014 Volaris reached 15,644,000 Revenue Passenger Kilometers, representing an 8% year-over-year increase.
“We are extremely proud of being featured in this ranking,” said Volaris CEO, Enrique Beltranena. “These results are the product of our performance in terms of growth and expansion over the past nine years. Currently, Volaris provides 140 routes to 62 domestic and international destinations, and by August 2015, we expect to reach a maximum of 289 daily operations.”
Beltranena added, “we will continue working to provide the greatest connectivity in Mexico and the US, and now also throughoutCentral America, because our fares do make you want to travel.”
Volaris continues on a path of solid expansion, having reported a 20.5% growth in June 2015, in terms of Revenue Passenger Kilometers2 compared to the previous year. Moreover, data provided by Mexico’s Civil Aviation Authority, Direccion General de Aeronautica Civil (DGAC) indicates that Volaris’ sales model has enabled it to secure a 24.5% share of the domestic market and a 6.6% share of the international market in segment passengers, also in June 2015.
Airline Business is a monthly international magazine targeted to senior airline management. The publication covers issues related to management, including corporate strategy, alliances, marketing, cost control, yields, financial performance data, and workforce information. Annually, the magazine publishes important surveys, including the Airline Top 100 ranking (August), Airports Top 100 ranking (June), Top 50 lessors ranking (February), and Airline Alliances (September).