New international service to Guadalajara from Sea-Tac Airport began last Thursday night.
SEATTLE – Thursday is one of the busiest travel days at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and things got even busier as Volaris Airlines made its first appearance at the airport Thursday night. In welcoming Volaris, Sea-Tac adds a new nonstop international destination of Guadalajara, Mexico, the country’s second largest city.
Live music and Mexican-themed snacks treated travelers before boarding the inaugural Volaris flight to Guadalajara on an Airbus A-320. The celebration and ribbon cutting featured remarks from Seattle’s Consul of Mexico, the President of the U.S. – Mexico Chamber of Commerce and the Director of International Relations for the Washington Governor’s office.
“Welcoming Volaris Airlines fits in very well with our Century Agenda mission which creates jobs by advancing trade and commerce,” said Port of Seattle CEO, Ted Fick. “This nonstop service to Mexico’s second largest city will have a dramatic benefit to both business and leisure travelers throughout the Pacific Northwest, as we have seen a tremendous increase in the Latino population across our region. We’re proud to be connecting Sea-Tac to the world through people, products and culture.”
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