Mexican Airline Volaris Adds SafetyPay to Payment Method Options

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SafetyPay™, the real time online-banking payment solution that enables consumers to shop from merchants worldwide and pay directly from their bank account in their local currency, today announced that customers around the world can use SafetyPay to now purchase air tickets for Volaris flights through their website

SafetyPay currently is available through the four major banks in Mexico: Banorte, BBVA Bancomer, Santander and Scotiabank. “We are excited that Volaris has joined our ever increasing merchant base and are confident that both of our companies’ commitment to customer service will allow a multitude of users to pay for plane tickets safely and seamlessly,” said Gustavo Ruiz, SafetyPay VP of Latin America.

Volaris is the second largest airline in Mexico and is known for its attractive fares and promotions. The airline offers flights throughout Mexico, as well as numerous destinations in the United States including San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Chicago, Denver and Orlando.

About SafetyPay

SafetyPay is a real time online-banking payment solution that enables hundreds of millions of consumers to shop from merchants worldwide and pay directly from their bank account in their local currency. The SafetyPay solution is available in the USA, Europe, Canada and Latin America. SafetyPay guarantees no fraud and no chargebacks while supporting mobile, call center applications, e-invoices, pay-outs and promotions. To learn more about SafetyPay, visit

About Volaris

Volaris is the airline with the most modern fleet in Mexico, consisting of 43 aircraft from the Airbus A320 family, with an average age of 4 years. Volaris currently offers 80 routes to 30 cities in Mexico and 10 in the United States: Los Angeles, Oakland / San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego, Fresno and Sacramento in California, Las Vegas, Orlando, Chicago and Denver. The carrier started operations in March 2006 and currently has over 2,600 Ambassadors (Employees).



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