The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus plans to deliver 264 A320 aircrafts in Mexico in the next few years, once the contract with Indigo Partners, one of the shareholders of the airline Volaris, is signed.
The president for Latin America and the Caribbean of the company, Rafael Alonso, explained that this shows that the Mexican market continues its growth and has capacity for new planes and routes. So adding the contract with Indigo Partners, which expects to be completed by the end of this year, would add 264 aircraft.
The fund signed a memorandum of understanding for the purchase of 430 . . .