Mexican Airline Volaris will add five new weekly flights from Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey to Merida, Yucatan. The flights will start on May, July and December respectively.
Volaris’s commercial director, Holger Blankestein, explained on a recent press release that several new destinations would reinforce the connectivity between Merida and the other important cities.
“Through our new strategy, Merida would be well connected with the major cities of the country”, he said.
Actually, in matters of connectivity, Volaris offers Merida more than 26 destinations in Mexico and the United States as Los Angeles, Denver, Miami, San Diego, Orlando, Oaxaca, Hermosillo, Tijuana, etc.
The airline operates 44 weekly flights in and out of Merida and has transported more than a million passengers since the beginning of its operation in 2012.
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