Concesionaria Vuela Compañía de Aviación, S.A.P.I. de C.V. known as Volaris is an ultra-low-cost airline, with flights in Mexico and the United States. Volaris offers cheap plane tickets to develop the market, offering customers quality service and a vast choice of products.
Our vision: "Going above and beyond to create the best travel experiences."
Our mission: "With the best people and lowest costs, we enable more people to travel…WELL!"
We took off in 2003 when Discovery Americas I and Columbia Equity Partners investment funds joined forces with TACA Airlines to integrate a new Mexican ultra low-cost airline that would offer the experience of flying to a larger number of Mexicans.
We sailed the sky for the first time on March 13, 2006 with an inaugural Toluca – Tijuana flight. On July 12 of the same year, the World Bank, through its financial arm in Latin America, awarded us funding of $40 million, which in turn consolidated investment of $130 million.
Currently, our ownership structure is comprised of a diverse group of Mexican and foreign partners, as well as a public portion where our filial Controladora Vuela Compañía de Aviación, S.A.B. de C.V. is listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV) under the ticker symbol "VOLAR" and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol "VLRS".
We have the youngest aircraft fleet in Mexico, with an average age of 4 years. On October 30, 2014, our fleet consisted of 55 Airbus A319s, A320s and A321. Currently we have flights to Mexico,United States, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Puerto Rico
We fly to more than 60 cities in Mexico and the United States. We offer more than 200 daily flights on routes connecting cities in Mexico and cities in the United States.
Volaris has Mexico's youngest fleet, made up of aircrafts averaging 4 years in service from the Airbus A319, A320 and A321 families. Our 50 aircrafts are equipped with the latest technology, providing leather seating and greater leg room. For our Clients' comfort, they are all operated by a highly trained and experienced team.
Since 2013 we have received 13 aircrafts with the latest eco-efficient, technology, incorporating at the ends of its wings aerodynamic devices called Sharklets that reduce CO2 emissions by about 1,000 tons annually, thus minimizing any environmental impact.
The company IAE International Aero Engines AG granted us the Pure-V designation, for our V2500® engines that we currently operate in all our A320ceo aircraft. Also, Volaris is the first Mexican carrier to operate the PurePower engines manufactured by Pratt & Withney for the A320Neos.