June 4 Viva Aerobus, starts operations from Cancun to Camagüey, with two direct flights per week (Tuesdays and Saturdays) with introductory prices from 115 dollars on a single trip.
Since the beginning of the year, the low-cost airline had charter flights from Cancun to Camagüey in partnership with travel agencies and tour operators, but thanks to the demand, Viva opted to leave it fixed and offer it in its own distribution channels, such as its website , app , Call Center and Viva Stores. The Caribe Cool tour operator will complement this offer with different travel packages.
With this announcement, the company reaffirms its commitment to Cancun, expanding the connectivity of one of the most important tourist destinations in the country and a key entry in the international market.
Currently, Viva Aerobus is the airline that offers the largest number of destinations from Cancun, which total a total of 23. This expansion strengthens the growth that the company reports in terms of customers, because, only in this first quarter, Viva achieved a 13% increase in the number of passengers from / to Cancun compared to 1Q2018.
Juan Carlos Zuazua, CEO of the airline said they are leaders in Cancun, one of its most important operational bases. The executive stressed that from there they can offer Cuban travelers more than 20 destinations upon their arrival in Quintana Roo at the best price, and in a parallel way, they can take Mexicans to Cancun from different parts of the Republic and then fly to the Caribbean island.
The executive announced that in line with Viva’s expansion strategy and in the spirit of serving its growing portfolio of routes, the airline will be receiving between May and June three new Airbus 320neo aircraft, whose state-of-the-art technology provides the highest safety standards. , efficiency and comfort.
“We arrived in Cuba to make a difference with what has made us the fastest growing Mexican airline: the best prices, the youngest fleet in Mexico with an average age of 3.8 years and a service focused on the customer,” said Zuazua.
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