Viva Aerobus airlines presents “Viva por México” campaign

Viva Aerobus, Mexico’s ultra-low-cost airline from Mexico, presented a new campaign called “Viva por México“, in which, in coordination with state and local authorities, it will promote different national destinations, through preferential flight fares, offering discounts up to 60% discount.

“Viva por México” was launched with the intention of contributing to the revival of tourism in the country through the weekly promotion of a new destination through all the communication channels of the airline led by Juan Carlos Zuazua.

This initiative will begin on June 22 with the promotion of Cancun, Quintana Roo, a destination that will be promoted by the airline through the dissemination of its tourist attractions. In addition, people who purchase a plane ticket between June 22 and 28, will be able to participate to win one of the ten special prizes, which may consist of free stays, tickets to theme parks or other recreational or cultural activities for each of the destinations selected by the airline.

“Viva por México is a win-win strategy that looks after all the families that depend on the tourism industry, passengers, and the economic recovery of our country. On the one hand, travelers obtain great benefits and discounts that encourage them to travel, and, on the other, we support the revival of tourism and economic spills in various destinations in the country, ” said Juan Carlos Zuazua, General Director of Viva Aerobus.

In collaboration with different local tourist authorities, new destinations will be added to promote, both sun and beach and rich in cultural, historical, gastronomic, technological, and natural attractions.


As part of the revival plan for tourism and the airline industry in Mexico, Viva Aerobus affirms that all its flights are operated under the strictest hygiene and prevention guidelines of its “Viva Contigo” program, developed under the directives and instructions of the authorities. national and international such as the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization.


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