Our business model
We are one of the airlines with the lowest unit costs in the world, allowing us to offer some of the lowest fares in the market and consolidate ourselves as the leading airline in the country in terms of the number of transported passengers.
Volaris’ virtuous cycle for growth
Among the lowest-cost airlines in the world
Demographics and bus-to-air substitution strategy fuel long term growth
Ancillary revenue focus and point-to-point network support market leadership and demand stimulation
Single fleet and productive labor force provide a unique toolset to capitalize on current and secular growth opportunities
VFR resilience allowed Volaris to fill the void left by competitors and recover rapidly during COVID-19
Reliable operations, controlled costs and solid balance sheet
Our growth opportunities
Consolidate domestic market leadership by adding frequencies to existing destinations and connecting secondary cities currently served only by bus
Continue US expansion focused on VFR passengers
Replicate in Central America our successful business model implemented in Mexico
Expand in northern South America, leveraging on our Air Operator Certificates (AOCs) in Costa Rica and El Salvador
- Flying accessible for everyone. Our base fares are priced competitively against bus fares on similar routes, aiming to stimulate demand for air services among passengers who travel long distances by bus.
- Approximately 46% of Volaris’ routes compete only against buses.