Volaris El Salvador takes delivery of its first aircraft

San Salvador, El Salvador - Volaris El Salvador has taken delivery of its first airplane.

The El Salvadorian subsidiary of the Mexican low-cost Volaris added its first aircraft. The 5.5-year old Airbus A320-200 (N523VL) had been previously operated by the parent airline Volaris.

Volaris El Salvador obtained its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) from the El Salvadoran civil aviation authority (Autoridad de Aviación Civil - AAC) in June this year.

This is the second AOC of the Mexican carrier in a foreign country after Costa Rica.

Volaris El Salvador will initially carry out two daily flights between its base San Salvador International and Guatemala City.



No A320neo successor until 2035, Airbus CEO

airBaltic becomes the first full scope maintenance operator for the A220-300

Lufthansa scraps 15 Airbus A320-200 to use as spare parts

Air Malta takes delivery of third Airbus A320neo

First Airbus A321neo for Pegasus Airlines


No A320neo successor until 2035, Airbus CEO

Moxy Airways eyes Azul's second-hand E195s to launch operations

Report criticizes FAA for certification process of the 737 MAXs

Irkut MC-21-300 makes its first international flight to Istanbul

Dana Air upgrades its fleet with ex-Southwest Boeing 737s