In July Oaxaca will have new air routes through the Volaris airline, which increases the connectivity of the main tourist destinations
Oaxaca de Juárez.- In July Oaxaca will premiere four new air routes through the Volaris airline, which will increase the connectivity of the three main tourist destinations of the State.
According to the Oaxaca Ministry of Tourism, as of July 11, the operation of the four new air routes that are Bajío-Oaxaca will begin, with frequencies on Tuesdays and Saturdays; Mexicali-Oaxaca, on Tuesday and Friday; Guadalajara-Huatulco, on Thursday and Sunday, and Monterrey-Puerto Escondido on Sunday, with a frequently once a week.
“More and more this land, proud of its roots, is connected to the rest of the country, ready to receive visitors and share the greatness of traditions, gastronomy and warmth of its inhabitants,” said Oaxaca’s secretary of Tourism , Saymi Pineda Velasco.
The head of the SECTUR Oaxaca celebrated the joint work with Volaris and the confidence in the Oaxacan destinations to increase the number of flights and thus continue with the positioning of the State in the national and foreign market.
“We want to offer to the travelers a perfect entrance door to explore and enjoy the rich cultural, tourist and gastronomic heritage that the state of Oaxaca offers to its visitors. We are introducing these routes to further improve accessibility and ensure that the state of Oaxaca remains a first -level destination at the national level, ”said Holger Blankenstein, executive vice president of Volaris.
The Mexican airline reported that the new flights are already on sale at www.volaris.com with a promotional price of 99 pesos plus taxes in simple flight.
With these four routes, plus the existing 15, add 19 connections from the city of Oaxaca to Mexico City to Mexico City International Airport (AICM) and the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA); as well as Tijuana, Cancun, Guadalajara, Mérida and Los Angeles, United States.
While connectivity to the coast region is established from Puerto Escondido to AICM, AIFA, as well as Tijuana and Guadalajara, and from Huatulco bays to AICM, AIFA (both in the CDMX), Tijuana and Chicago, United States.
Source: EL Universal Oaxaca