Volaris Airlines has announced its foray into the world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). This makes it one of the first companies in the aerospace industry in Mexico to introduce this technology. The announcement came as part of the launch of the Volaris Annual Pass on the airline’s official platform.
The Volaris Annual Pass includes an initial collection of 10 NFTs. Each represents iconic airline destinations such as Cancun, Bogota, Tijuana, Mexico City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Peru.
These NFTs will be available in a limited quantity of 30 units per design and can be purchased on the platform. Open sea. Each NFT includes an annual pass that allows unlimited travel for a year to more than 70 destinations in Mexico, the United States, Central America, and South America.
In addition to NFTs and the annual pass, the first 20 people to purchase these digital assets will receive a welcome pack with access to additional experiences, although no specific details about those experiences were given.
Volaris is not the first airline to introduce NFTs to the industry. In 2022, Air Europa has partnered with TravelX to offer the world’s first NFT airline tickets, known as NFTickets. Subsequently, Flybondi, an Argentine airline, launched “Tickets 3.0” based on TravelX’s NFTickets technology.
These initiatives indicate a growing trend in the aviation industry towards adopting blockchain and NFT technology to improve customer experience and ticket management. Volaris’ foray into this space marks a significant step in technological innovation in Mexican aviation.
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