A plane window showing a wing that says Volaris.
Weekly Roundups
Viva Aerobus and Volaris were some of the few airlines worldwide to close 2021 on a positive note.
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News Article
2021 was Viva Aerobus most successful year to date.
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Analysis
The aerospace sector faced many difficulties but little by little it has been rebuilding and it is expected to soon reach pre-pandemic levels.
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News Article
The low-cost airlines have announced a first-of-its-kind alliance to offer travelers economic options to travel across the US and Mexico.
DFW Airport
News Article
Despite long-range European EU routes reopening, Mexico is expected will to make up 50 percent of Dallas/Fort Worth’s international market in 2022.
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Weekly Roundups
News regarding industrial recovery and promising projects flooded the headlines this week. Do not miss your weekly roundup!
Jet Fuel
Weekly Roundups
Soaring fuel prices and the new US vaccination entrance requirements challenge the country’s aviation industry.
Volaris Aircraft
Weekly Roundups
Ultra-low-cost airline Volaris confirmed its participation in Mexico’s new airport. This and more in your weekly roundup!
Tereza Viktova
Expert Contributor
Tereza Vítková
Director
CzechTrade México
https://www.linkedin.com/in/tereza-v%C3%ADtkov%C3%A1/
https://www.czechtradeoffices.com/es/mx
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The international aviation industry event, FAMEX 2021, proved a high-profile opportunity for Czech companies to solidify Mexico ties.
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