I need to file a breach of contract case against Volaris airlines; and I know the details of the Airline Deregulation Act.
The name of the company is actually Concesionaria Vuela Compañía de Aviación, S.A. de C.V but it operates as Volaris airlines.
Volaris flys in and out of California and has several ticket agents in California.
I tried to find the authorized agent for service in California through the Secretary of State with no luck. I tried researching the company itself on Google but again, no luck.
Do I need to serve the Secretary of State in California or can I just serve someone at the airport (a Supervisor)?
I believe this in an international company which is located in Mexico. You will probably need to serve them there unless there is a headquarters office in California. If you review the terms and conditions of your purchase you may find an official address for the company. If not, try calling them for that information.
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