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- 1. Volaris takes Delivery of First Airbus A320
Volaris takes Delivery of First Airbus A320. Volaris, a Mexican low-cost airline based in Toluca, Mexico, has received its first Airbus A320 from Airbus. In January 2006, Volaris signed a contract with Airbus for the acquisition of 16 new A319s, which was renewed in 2007 for 14 more A320 Family aircraft. Volaris, which started operating in 2006, has since successfully expanded its
- 2. Volaris Takes Delivery of First Two Airbus A321s
Volaris, a Mexican low-cost carrier, has received its first two Airbus A321 aircraft, the first A321s to operate in Mexico. The aircraft will be deployed on the carrierís domestic routes to and from Cancun. The Volaris A321 seats 220 passengers, is equipped with Sharklet fuel-saving wing tip devices, and is powered by IAE engines. The two A321s join Volarisí existing all-Airbus fle
- 3. Volaris Expands Aftermarket Agreement with IAE
Volaris, one of Mexicoís leading low-cost airlines, has amended its existing V-Services Fleet Hour Agreement with International Aero Engines (IAE) to add coverage for 26 incremental V2500 engines. Volarisí entire fleet of A320 family aircraft powered by V2500 engines are now covered by an IAE V-Services aftermarket agreement. The deal is valued at approximately US$400 million.
- 4. Volaris Joins Hahn Air Systemís H1-Air Partner Network
Mexican low-cost-carrier Volaris has signed an agreement with Hahn Air Systems, a global consolidation service connecting air, rail and shuttle partners to all major Global Distribution Systems. Without having a direct GDS interface of its own, Volaris will now be able to make its flights available to travel agencies worldwide, under the reservation code H1, through the GDS Amadeus
- 5. Mexicoís Volaris Becomes First Operator of Airbus A320neo in North America
Volaris has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo, making the airline the first operator of the A320neo in North America. Volaris, a low cost airline, is Mexicoís largest Airbus customer having ordered 74 A320 Family aircraft, including 30 A320neo. The all-Airbus operator became a customer in 2006, and since then has become Mexicoís biggest A320 Family operator with 63 A320 Fa
- 6. Volaris and Airbus Signs Largest Aircraft Order in Mexican History
Mexican low cost carrier Volaris, has signed a purchase agreement for 44 Airbus A320 aircraft, comprised of 30 A320neo and 14 A320 aircraft. The order represents the largest single commercial aircraft order ever by an airline in Mexico. Volaris, also the first airline in Mexico to order the A320neo, is expected to unveil its engine selections for the aircraft at a later date.
- 7. Mexican start-up airline Volaris orders up to 56 Airbus A320 Family Aircraft
Mexican start-up airline Volaris orders up to 56 Airbus A320 Family Aircraft.
- 8. Volaris Deploys iPads as Electronic Flight Bags
Mexicoís low cost airline, Volaris, is deploying iPads as Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs), using SITAís Managed Mobile Devices service. The iPads are replacing paper manuals and charts, reducing the volume of paper required on-board. The technology delivers information to pilots much more efficiently and the weight savings have the added advantage of reducing fuel burn.
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