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Viva Aerobús announces gradual return of flights to and from Cancun starting mid-May

Mexico City, Mexico — Viva Aerobús airlines has announced the gradual return of flights to the Cancun International Airport starting mid-May. The Mexican airline says they will progressively increase their routes and frequencies, prioritizing the well-being and health of all its passengers and collaborators, noting that the city of Cancun is one of its main points of operations.

In a statement, the ultra low cost Mexican airline reported that the routes will increase progressively beginning the middle of the month with the objective of connecting the country’s strategic destinations within this juncture, mainly to and from Cancun, Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey and Tijuana, the airline’s operating bases.

Consequently, Cancun will be connected with departures and arrivals to and from Mexico City, Reynosa, Puebla, Monterrey, Veracruz and Guadalajara.

“Mexico can trust and count on Viva Aerobús for essential trips. We are here to serve all those who require flying for essential reasons and provide them with a safe and pleasant flight with the well-being and health of all our passengers and collaborators as a number one priority,” stated the General Director of Viva Aerobús, Juan Carlos Zuazua.

Viva Aerobús assures that it has implemented all the recommendations and sanitary measures issued by the World Health Organization, the Health Secretariat and the Federal Civil Aviation Agency to guarantee optimal hygiene and sanitary conditions during each of its operations.

These flights are designed to meet and adjust to current passenger demand, which has been significantly reduced during the COVID-19 pandemic. Viva Aerobús says clients should be attentive to their flight itineraries, which may have modifications depending on demand, reiterating the airline’s commitment to protect its passengers, according to current legislation in case of any change in their travels.

“Today and always, even in challenging contexts like the one we are currently experiencing, Viva Aerobús serves and will serve Mexico,” said Juan Carlos Zuazua.