Promoting greater connectivity in Cali and now increasing the international offer of this important base for Viva, the super low-cost airline begins Cali-Cancun route operations.
With this new route, Viva strengthens its base in Alfonso Bonilla Aragón airport, which evidences the importance of this city both for operations and expansion strategy of the company.
The airline, which promotes aerial inclusion in the country, awaits that around 50,000 passengers will mobilize during the first year of operations of this new route, generating what they call the “Viva effect” with a rates reduction overall the market up to a 30%, which allows travelers to connect with the world and take flights with lower prices and better punctuality.
This beginning of operations sums to the recent launch of the Medellín-Punta Cana route and other 14 Colombia-nationwide routes with which Viva will increase its connections networks to 45 Colombia-nationwide and 12 international routes. Furthermore, with this new route to Cancun summing to the 23 Viva’s beach destinations, the airline confirms its bet to be “The Kings of the Beaches”, a strategy promoting touristic reactivation in a conscious and sustainable way for those highly-demanded destinations.
“This ribbon cut and the official beginning of this international route demonstrates that our bet for Cali is serious. We know this destination has had an excellent welcome from Colombian and Mexican travelers, which will favor the touristic, business, and economic developments in both countries. Today, we connect these two cities which will bring the possibility for travelers to visit many more destinations of our Colombia, Central America, and South America network connections”, affirmed Félix Antelo, president and CEO of Grupo Viva.
The super low-cost airline, which promotes the aerial inclusion of Colombia, will count on three weekly flights for this route at affordable prices. With this route, now there are 6 national and one international route operated from the Cali base, giving access to the entire ret of Viva routes through the Medellin hub, easing travelers from different cities to connect in an agile way to multiple destinations in Colombia and the whole continent.