Volaris recovers to 50% capacity for July


Mexico-based ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC), Volaris, has announced adjustments to its capacity as a result of the health emergency. During the month of July 2020, Volaris plans to operate 50% of its capacity as measured by available seat miles (ASMs) versus the original, smaller published schedule, in response to what it sees as a gradual recovery in demand for its air transportation services.

This revision represents a significant increase in the airline’s capacity compared to the figures for May and June 2020, where capacity operated represented approximately 12% and 35% of its total operations versus the itinerary originally published for those months.

As part of its operations, Volaris continues to implement biosecurity and preventive measures for the safety and well-being of its passengers, crews and ground personnel.

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