Volaris Unveils the First Aircraft A320neo in Mexico and North America
Volaris is the first airline in
The A320neo aircraft helps reduce the carbon footprint of its flights by reducing the annual consumption by more than 15 percent fuel saved per seat, of which 12 percent is reduced by the engine, 3 percent by the Sharklets and an additional percent by the aircraft seating configuration. This involves reducing five thousand tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) per aircraft a year, 50 percent fewer emissions nitrogen oxides (NOx) as well as a considerable reduction in the acoustic fingerprint.
"At Volaris we have always been committed to the future of aviation. We are extremely excited to incorporate to our fleet this new aircraft from the Airbus family with Pratt & Whitney engines, two of our largest and most important allies in the industry. This is the future of aviation! Where we incorporate the most advanced technology to reach a more sustainable industry," said
Enrique Beltranena, Volaris CEO.
"Airbus is proud to deliver the first A320neo in
President of Airbus Latin America and
"We want to congratulate Volaris, Airbus and
Rick Deurloo, Senior Vice President, Commercial Engines, Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service.
Philip Scruggs said, "We
are delighted to deliver our first A320neo aircraft on lease to
longstanding customer, Volaris and particularly pleased to be the first
to deliver the aircraft type to a carrier in
Volaris, a socially responsible company, is benefiting from the
previously mentioned technical features. Which complement other company
campaigns like "Cielito Limpio" which means "Clean Skies" in Spanish.
This campaign allows Volaris customers to support projects carried out
This first aircraft will fly two key routes for the airline departing
Volaris keeps improving the services we offer our customers. The close relationship we have with Airbus and Pratt & Whitney is crucial to this task and also to fulfill our development plans. Undoubtedly together we will achieve many more milestones.