Austin to Guadalajara Volaris Flight Status Schedule Cheap Fares – New nonstop flight connects Austin to Mexico’s second-biggest city

Austin to Guadalajara Volaris Flight Status Schedule Cheap Fares – New nonstop flight connects Austin to Mexico’s second-biggest city

Volaris plans to begin nonstop flights from Austin to Guadalajara, Mexico in summer 2016. Austin airport adding non-stop flights to Guadalajara. Non-stop flights to Guadalajara, Mexico, are on the way to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Volaris, a low-cost airline, will begin service Aug. 7, airport officials said. Volaris, a Mexican budget airline, is scheduled to begin three flights per week on August 7, the airport said.

Flights will run three days a week – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays – departing Austin at 1:20 p.m. and arriving at the Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Guadalajara International Airport at 3:28 p.m. The flights, on a 179-seat Airbus A320, would leave ABIA at 1:20 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays and arrive at Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Guadalajara International Airport around 3:30 p.m.


“The new flight will connect two of the most vibrant start-up scenes and technology hubs in North America,” Carlos González Gutiérrez, Mexico’s consul general in Austin, said in a statement.

“Our introduction in Austin is a complement to the routes we currently have in Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, which will strengthen our presence in Texas,” said Holger Blankenstein, chief commercial officer for Volaris, when asked what led the company to expand to the Capital City. “Our service from San Antonio to Guadalajara will not be affected,” he said. “Conversely we seek to strengthen our presence in the city.”

City Councilman Joe Krier said San Antonio leaders should keep an eye on Austin as it seeks to strengthen business ties with Mexico.

“They are an aggressive, worthy competitor,” he said. “I am concerned Austin understands that increased trade with Mexico is important for both of us.” “The entire San Antonio-Austin Corridor is becoming a super region,” he said. “That super region is drawing from a wide array of Mexicans: consumers, business people and entrepreneurs.”

Blankenstein said Volaris was attracted to Austin because it is a key destination for Mexico.

The return flight will operate the same three days, departing Guadalajara at 9:33 a.m. and arriving in Austin at 11:50 a.m.

Volaris said it will be using a 179-seat Airbus A320 aircraft for the new air service.

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Austin to Guadalajara Volaris Flight Cheap Fares details

Volaris offers more affordable air travel than most major airlines. When the new service takes off this summer, a one-way ticket between Austin and Guadalajara will cost anywhere from $110 to $165; round-trip tickets will clock in at $200 to $300. Flights from both cities will be available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

Volaris, which is the operating name for Mexico City-based Controladora Vuela Compañía de Aviación (NYSE: VLRS), has more than 40 routes in Mexico and 20 in the Americas and is the second largest airline in Mexico, according to the Centre for Aviation. The airline already flies to San Antonio, Houston and Dallas.

“Like Austin, Guadalajara is an important tech hub that is also rich in arts and culture, and we trust this new air route will help to increase tourism opportunities between our two cities,” said Julie Chase, vice president and chief marketing officer of the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau, in a release. “Day after day we strive to extend Volaris’ connectivity and services to benefit our customers and maintain our positioning as the Mexican airline with the widest presence in the US,” said Holger Blankenstein, Chief Commercial Officer of Volaris, in a release. “The new Austin-Guadalajara route improves our presence in the Texas market adding to San Antonio, Houston and Dallas that we already operate.”

“This announcement that Volaris will provide nonstop service from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico to Austin is good news. The home of mariachi is now connected to the Live Music Capital of the World,” said Austin Mayor Steve Adler in the release.

Flights will begin Aug. 7, 2016.

Guadalajara in Central Mexico is the country’s second most-populous metro area and is known for its tequila production and mariachi music.

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