Aeroméxico, Viva Aerobus and Volaris will provide customers with access to Covid-19 tests


As of January 26, the US government will require all passengers who enter their country a proof of Covid-19 detention, so Aeroméxico, Viva Aerobus and Volaris will support their customers with discounts in the laboratory or facilities to do them quickly and economically.

In fact, Grupo Aeroméxico entered into agreements with Lapi Laboratorio Médico and Laboratorio Médico del Chopo, which will offer discounts and other exclusive benefits to travelers who have a valid reservation with the airline or with their partner Delta Air Lines for detection by PCR or Rapid Test for Antigen Detection.

Laboratorio Médico del Chopo, has coverage in 23 states of the Republic and has around 60 branches that offer the Covid-19 testing service, so it will make available to airline customers an exclusive line that will be available from From January 22: from Guadalajara and Monterrey to 33 8995 2360, from Cancun to 99 8800 2157, Mexico City and the rest of the Republic to 55 8650 8509, to schedule an appointment and make the payment.

In turn, Lapi Medical Laboratory will offer special discounts for travelers in general and exclusive services for Club Premier, the purchase can be made 24 hours a day on its website, with delivery of results in English and Spanish.

“The efforts of Aeroméxico, Lapi and Chopo contribute to the fight against the spread of the virus, through quality and reliability processes in the tests applied by laboratories, in order to reduce the chains of contagion,” he said.

The sites where it operates that request some proof are: Canada, Guatemala, El Salvador, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Holland, France, South Korea and recently the United States as of January 26.

In turn, Viva Aerobus reported last week that it is working hand in hand with the authorities and airport groups to make it easier for its passengers to comply with all the necessary requirements to make their flights to the United States.

Therefore, it is in negotiations with the airport groups of Cancun, Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey to offer an economic service of viral antigen tests to passengers who show up for their flight without having performed their Covid-19 test, the results of which they would be ready in less than 30 minutes.

In this sense, he specified that passengers must show the Viva Aerobus staff, prior to their flight, proof of a recent viral test with a negative result or, if applicable, documentation that demonstrates their recovery from Covid-19 and A letter from your healthcare provider or a public health official stating that you are authorized to travel.

“The priority of Viva Aerobus is to take care of the health and well-being of everyone, complying with the official regulations of all the countries where we fly. For this reason, we want to inform our passengers of all the necessary requirements so that they can carry out their flight, accompanying them throughout the process so that it is agile and simple, solving their doubts and offering them options so that they can fly safely ”, said Juan Carlos Zuazua, CEO of Viva Aerobus.

Meanwhile, Volaris announced that it will make rapid test service available to passengers at all airports in Mexico where routes to the United States operate.

“The tests will be ready in 30 minutes and at a preferential price for clients, since our priority is to safeguard their well-being in all stages of the trip, in the midst of a normalcy that requires us to adapt quickly to respond to new needs,” said José Luis Suárez, Volaris Chief Operating Officer


Mexico Daily Post