Viva Aerobus flights & tickets

Not to be confused with flagship Mexican carrier Aeromexico or competitor Aeromar, Viva Aerobus covers as much distance and routes as its older competitors. What sets this more recent upstart apart from the other two big players is that it is based in Monterrey as opposed to Mexico City. The company is a fairly new one, with operations commencing in 2006, and closely follows the most recent travel trends to maintain an edge in the skies of Mexico.

Viva Aerobus isn't just playfully named. The brand is a reference to the close ties it has to Mexico's extensive ground transportation network. These consist of both coach buses and its own VivaBus routes, including airport transfers. You can buy airline tickets in many bus stations and convenience stores through these partnerships, making your travel seamless, convenient, and totally personalized. Independent travelers with flexible schedules or commuters on strict deadlines can both use the advantages in this system. Mexico is a country busy with both commerce, commuters, and tourism, and the services provided by Aerobus suit virtually all kinds of travelers.

Why Fly Viva Aerobus

How to Check-in

You have two options to check in when you fly with Aerobus. Guests can arrive at the airport and check in conventionally, or check in online and print out your boarding pass. The latter choice allows you to bypass the line at the airport completely and go straight to security.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Each ticket includes the baggage fees for one carry-on bag and one checked bag, the exact size and weight of which depends on whether your fare has the VivaLight, VivaBásico, or VivaPlus designation. VivaPlus tickets are the only ones that do not have weight or size restrictions.

Seating - Leg Room, Choosing Seats

These are details that Aerobus allows you to customize, either as part of the process when buying your ticket or when you check-in. If you opt for a VIP pass ticket, you can choose any seat you want on any flight, regardless of where or how big. For non-VIP pass holders, this perk is only available on international flights, and for an additional fee.

Booking Fees

The cheapest way to book a ticket with Viva Aerobus is through the online Banking system with Banamex. The next cheapest option is booking using the online Aerobus system, followed by buying a ticket in person. Buying a ticket at a retail outlet and paying in installments incurs the most booking fees.

Frequent Flyer & Loyalty Programs

The joy of discount travel should be available to anyone at any time, so there are no loyalty programs or frequent flyer points with Viva Aerobus. Keep an eye on the website for deals and specials which can change from day to day.

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