Volaris opens new route Tijuana-Las Vegas

Volaris opens new route Tijuana-Las Vegas

TIJUANA, BC - The Baja California Department of Tourism and Volaris Airlines announced the launch of a new direct international flight between Tijuana and Las Vegas, which will begin operations on October 29th.

According to the Government of Baja California, ticket sales to the public to take advantage of the new route began on June.

According to the Baja California Visitor Profile 2022-2023, Nevada is positioned as the third largest tourist source market to the region, after California and Arizona. This new air route will further facilitate access to Baja California's tourist attractions, strengthening cultural and economic ties between Tijuana and Las Vegas.

"It fills us with satisfaction to see how Baja California's connectivity continues to grow, allowing more people to discover the great wonders of our region, while fulfilling our commitment to reestablish international flights to Tijuana. I sincerely thank Volaris for contributing to this increase in connectivity and for joining our efforts to generate wellbeing for all Baja Californians," said Baja California Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda.

The border city of Tijuana has established itself as one of Mexico's main tourist destinations, thanks to its strategic location, innovative gastronomy and leadership in health and wellness tourism.

In this regard, Miguel Aguíñiga Rodríguez, Secretary of Tourism for the state, commented that the collaboration strengthens connectivity with key markets and opens doors to new opportunities for tourism and economic development in our region.

"At Volaris we are always looking for more and better travel options for our customers, as well as offering unparalleled flight experiences, meeting the demand of a market with high potential such as Las Vegas. In this way, we are once again fulfilling our goal of increasingly diversifying our destination offerings for the benefit of our customers on both sides of the border," said Holger Blankenstein, Volaris Executive Vice President.

The Baja California Ministry of Tourism and Volaris invited interested parties to take advantage of this new travel option, which promises to enrich the region's tourism offerings and complement the extensive connectivity of the Tijuana International Airport.