In a thrilling development for regional air travel, a new airline, Señor Air, is all set to take to the skies. The airline is slated to initiate its operations in about a month, with its primary hub at the Cabo San Lucas international airport.
Señor Air will be operating the Embraer ERJ-135, a comfortable and efficient 37-seater aircraft, which is ideal for such regional services. The airline’s inaugural routes are set to connect Cabo San Lucas with Los Mochis, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, and Mexico City.
These new connections promise to boost tourism and facilitate easy travel for locals, catering to a range of passengers, from business travelers to vacationers. As it aims to redefine the regional air travel experience, Señor Air is expected to bring a breath of fresh air to the market, fostering competitive prices and more options for passengers.
This move is a welcome change for the regional airline industry, and we eagerly anticipate the successful launch and operations of Señor Air.