Mexican carrier Volaris Airlines is launching service between Mexico City and Orlando in Florida on July 14. Initially Volaris Airlines will operate its Mexico...

Mexican carrier Volaris Airlines is launching service between Mexico City and Orlando in Florida on July 14.

Initially Volaris Airlines will operate its Mexico City-Orlando route twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The carrier operates an all-Airbus A320-family fleet of A319s and A320s.


Mexican low-cost carrier Volaris Airlines operates an all-Airbus A320-family fleet of A319s and A320s. The fleet mainly consists of A319s because of the type's excellent perfromance from high-altitude airports such as Toluca, where Volaris is based, and Mexico City

The airline’s schedule for the Mexico City-Orlando route calls for its flight to depart Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México Benito Juárez (MEX) at 8:05 a.m. each Tuesday and Saturday, arriving at Orlando International Airport (MCO) at 12:45 p.m. local time.

In the other direction, the Volaris flight is timed to leave MCO at 2:00 p.m. and to touch down at MEX at 4:40 p.m. local time.

Tickets for the new service are available for purchase at www.volaris.com, or by calling the airline’s reservations center in Mexico at (800) 122-8000, or its reservations number in the United States at (866) 988-3527.

Orlando will become Volaris’ eighth destination in the United States. The carrier already flies to Fresno, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego and San Jose in California, as well as to Chicago Midway Airport and Las Vegas.

Volaris already serves Chicago Midway, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Oakland and San Diego from Benito Juárez Internacional.

The carrier operates its international flights to the U.S. from Terminal 1F at Benito Juárez Internacional, but operates domestic flights to 11 Mexican destinations from the airport’s Terminal 1D.

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