Viva Aerobus will reactivate eight routes to and from Cancun in June


The airline Viva Aerobus will operate in June eight routes to and from Cancun (two more than last month), now flying to Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey, Reynosa, Tijuana, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Veracruz and Villahermosa, the company announced in a statement.

Viva Aerobus will revive eight routes to and from Cancun in June. Image: Flickr
Viva Aerobus will revive eight routes to and from Cancun in June. Image: Flickr

Supply will be maintained or adjusted during the month depending on demand in the current pandemic in order to meet the needs of the country's flight on the way to new normalcy and economic recovery.

"Viva Aerobus is the ultra low-cost airline of Mexico and we are prepared for this new normality of travel by taking care of the health and safety of our passengers and employees on every flight, as well as the economy of all our customers by offering the best rates in the market, commitments that we have fulfilled for over 13 years," said Juan Carlos Zuazua, CEO of Viva Aerobus.

At the same time that these routes are being restarted, Viva Aerobus recalls that, in order to strengthen the tranquility and confidence of its customers after the situation experienced in the face of the unforeseen health emergency, it launched the innovative Total Refund insurance.

This product, available at a very accessible price, protects its passengers in case they have to cancel their flight due to eventualities such as illness (including COVID-19), changes of job, accidents, government travel prohibitions, theft, adverse weather, among others; and guarantees a cash refund of 100 percent of the expense incurred in the purchase of the ticket.

In addition, the airline, under the Viva Contigo campaign, reaffirms its commitment to an operation that guarantees optimal conditions of hygiene, cleanliness, and prevention, having implemented and reinforced the recommendations and health measures issued by the World Health Organization, the Ministry of Health and the Federal Civil Aviation Agency.

These protocols include additional processes and daily disinfection of aircraft, mandatory use of masks and gloves for the crew, and personnel focused on organizing lines to maintain a safe distance, among others. All the measures established by the airline can be consulted at the official site.