Mexican low-cost carrier (LCC) Volaris has received its first two Airbus A321 aircraft, which will be its first A321s to operate in Mexico. They will be used on the carrier’s domestic routes to and from Cancun. The 220-seat A321 is powered by IAE engines. The two A321s will join Volaris’ existing all-Airbus fleet of more than 50 A319s and A320s aircraft. To date, Volaris has ordered a total of 74 Airbus single-aisle aircraft. “This is a very important step in our growth ...

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