A little more than a year after the operation of the bilateral air agreement between Mexico and the United States, more than 400 new routes between the two countries were authorized, Miguel Peláez, director of the General Directorate of Civil Aeronautics (DGAC), said.
Both Mexican and foreign airlines increased their number of flights between both countries.
"We have more requests and is a benefit for both countries and particularly for our country. It represents the opportunity for a very important exchange of all kinds," he said.
The bilateral air agreement allows any Mexican or American airline to transport passengers . . .