Mazatlan will have new flights from Canada and Tijuana


From the first week of June, the Viva Aerobús airline will operate the Mazatlán-Tijuana flight.

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MazatlanSinaloa .- Foreign and domestic air connectivity continues to strengthen with Mazatlan, but there is still much to be done in this area; José Gámez Valle said.

The member of the Marketing Committee of the Association of Hotels and Tourism Companies of Mazatlan, explained that the flight from Calgary, Canada, which operates for the winter season, will stay throughout the year.

He revealed that this winter season there was an increase in aircraft seats in the United States and Canada of 30%, compared to the previous year.

Mazatlan will have new flights from Canada and Tijuana

The main growth was from Canada, and the good news is that a Calgary flight is maintained throughout the year, new routes are being searched for next year with Swoop, which was the first time it operated this year, it is an airline of lower cost than West Jet.

José Gámez Valle.

In addition, Gámez Valle confirmed that from the first week of June, the airline Viva Aerobús will start the Mazatlan-Tijuana flight.

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Viva Aerobus flight starts operations on June 8, with two round flights a week, with tickets starting from 948 pesos in single trip.

José Gámez Valle.

With this flight more than 38 thousand seats will be made available to travelers in the first year of operation. In this way, the airline connects passengers from point to point through the latest generation Airbus A320 aircraft, which make up the youngest fleet in Mexico and with the most competitive prices in the market.

The member of the Marketing Committee said that the destination lacks more domestic flights, and a strategic one would be from Bajío airport to Mazatlan.

“We have insisted on this, the issue has been addressed with Volaris and Viva Aerobús, if that flight is a very important feeder, Mazatlan has a lot of presence now, there are many people coming from the Bajío area,” he concluded.

Source: El Sol de Mazatlan

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