The US Transportation Department and the Mexican government have agreed to update the aviation agreement between the two countries that limits the number of flights allowed in each country. The new agreement will allow for more services between the US-Mexico routes.
The current agreement was written in 2005 and permits up to two airlines of each side to serve most U.S.-Mexico city pairs, with a three-carrier limit for 14 specific destinations, including major tourism sites as Acapulco, Cancun, Cozumel, Mazatlan, Huatulco, Puerto Vallarta and San Jose del Cabo.
The new agreement will be effective January 1 . . .