During the fourth quarter of 2020, Volaris returned one Airbus A319 and took delivery of three new A320neos, the airline stated in its financial results. The Mexican low-cost carrier is currently upgauging its fleet by retiring the older planes. How will it look in the next few years?
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://simpleflying.com/volaris-a319-returned/
Keep, Change, Flip you don’t say, eh?
Yooo is that Mason? Pog. Good decisions by Volaris, I’m no big fan of the A319.
I like the A319. Interestingly Volaris finished 2020 on a strong note compared to other airlines such as my favourite easyjet
“Passenger numbers in the quarter decreased by 87% to 2.9 million, in line with a decrease in capacity of 82% to 4.4 million seats, representing 18% of FY2019 capacity levels. Load factor decreased by 26 percentage points to 66%. Total group revenue for the quarter ending 31 December 2020 decreased by 88% to £165 million. Passenger revenue decreased by 90% to £118 million and ancillary revenue decreased by 84% to £47 million.”