Virgin America plans to fly to Puerto Vallarta

On July 14 Virgin America Airlines, one of the top three domestic airlines in North America, announced its intention to open a new route connecting the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to the International Airport Puerto Vallarta (PVR) in Mexico this winter.

This will be the third destination for Virgin America to Mexico and in the course of the last eight months, the airline expanded its service with flights to Los Cabos and Cancun:

Cancun from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

Los Cabos from Boston, Las Vegas, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington.

David Cush, President and CEO of Virgin America says about this new path:

“We have seen a strong demand for travel to our destinations in Mexico and we are hoping to give our passengers a choice of worldwide entertainment,” said Virgin America President and CEO David Cush. “We are proud to be growing and offering travelers a very special flight experience at a time when most airlines are cutting schedules and amenities.” (Source: virginamerica.com)

This news shows that despite the exaggerated information handled by the national and international media about the lack of security in our country, Mexico remains a vacation destination and a favorite for American tourists.

Virgin America: one of the top three domestic airlines in North America

Since beginning operations four years ago, Virgin America has been known for its unique design and high-tech amenities as well as their attractive prices and excellent service that has allowed them to be deserving of different awards.

Earlier this year, they took top honors for its “Passenger Service” in the World Air Transport Award for Industry and stood out from its competitors in North America in the World Airline Awards to be recognized for having the “Best Low-cost Service “and” Best Personal Service”.