U.S. – Mexico sign agreement for unlimited number of airline destination routes

The United States and Mexico have signed a new bilateral air services agreement that will allow airlines from both countries to set an unlimited number of destination routes and frequencies between the two countries.

Secretary of Communications and Transportation of Mexico, Gerardo Ruiz Esparza, who signed the agreement with American counterpart Anthony Foxx said that once ratified by Mexico’s senate, it will be a "strategic" agreement on the future of aviation for commercial flights and cargo shipments between the US and Mexico .

The agreement will promote quality services with security and fair prices, he said.

Foxx said it’s . . .

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