Mexican airline Volaris strengthens the connectivity between Central America and the United States with the opening of two new routes from Guatemala and El Salvador to Tijuana. With this expansion, visitors will be able to have direct access to San Diego through Cross Border Xpress (CBX).
The opening of these two new routes from Guatemala and El Salvador to Tijuana begins November 19 and represents the first step of Volaris towards the expansion and international connectivity of Central America.
This business strategy also promotes the potential of Tijuana not only as a tourist destination but as an important cultural and commercial center in North America. Thanks to Cross Border Xpress (CBX), Volaris will offer its customers a safe and fast way to cross the gateway to the United States in Southern California.
“Our customers are vitally important to the success of Volaris. That is why we have redesigned our itineraries to fit their needs, offering better schedules and greater connectivity in our routes. Central America is now closer to the United States, thanks to the viability of Tijuana as a strategic airport for connectivity with our northern neighbor, “said Beltranena, CEO of Volaris.
The Guatemala-Tijuana and San Salvador-Tijuana routes are initially available from $298 dollars round trip. (Volaris Costa Rica starts operations on its El Salvador – Guatemala route).
Flights will recur three times per week from Guatemala to Tijuana on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and from San Salvador to Tijuana on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. These routes will be added to the 11 already available to Central America that Volaris owns.