Volaris reported double-digit growth in revenue and finished the third quarter of 2022 with a healthy balance sheet. Volaris reported a 20% increase in the total operating revenue of $769 with a net income of $40 million. The operating revenue was driven by higher capacity, strong load factors, and seasonality. Volaris reported that the demand has remained strong throughout the quarter with healthy booking curves notwithstanding certain headwinds like high inflation and eco-political uncertainty occurring in the markets. Enrique Beltranena, Chief Executive Officer, Volaris, said: “We have consistently anticipated strong demand in our visiting friends-and-relatives and leisure markets – markets
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