In 4Q20, during the COVID-19 pandemic, Viva Aerobus recorded the highest growth rate in operating volume, leading the rebound in domestic demand.
During all months of 4Q19 Viva Aerobus carried more than 1 million passengers, exceeding the 12 million mark for 2019.
Viva carried more than 10 million passengers in a single year for the first time since its foundation.
Viva Aerobus announced the second largest aircraft acquisition in its history, with the purchase of 25 A321neo. Additionally, Viva Aerobus requested that 16 A320neo aircraft corresponding to the previous order be converted to the A321neo model.
Monterrey becomes the largest hub with 24 non-stop routes.
Second NEO aircraft delivery.
New international route from Guadalajara to Los Angeles.
First non-stop international destination from Mexico City to Las Vegas.
Broke the 6 million passengers per year mark.
First NEO aircraft delivery.
Successful issuance of 1 billion pesos Senior Trust Notes in the Mexican Market.
Launched the first route to Tijuana, taking advantage of the new Cross Border Xpress (US – Mexico land bridge).
First Airbus A320 aircraft delivery, starting a new period of cost reduction.
Order of 52 A320s, the largest wide-body Airbus aircraft order to date in Latin America.
Opening of the 4th operating base at Cancun.
Opening of the 3rd operating base at Mexico City International Airport, the largest market in Mexico.
Guadalajara becomes the 2nd operating base.
Profitable in the 3rd year of operations despite the H1N1 virus epidemic.
Carried over 1 million passengers in the first year of operations.
Launched operations in November 2006 with 2 aircrafts and a base of operations in Monterrey.