Aeromexico 737-700. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Mexico's aviation safety rating was raised to Category 1 by US FAA just four months after the agency downgraded the country to Category 2 for being "unable to fully comply with all of the international safety standards" set by ICAO (ATW Daily News, Aug. 3). In a statement released late Wednesday, FAA said a November review of Mexico's civil aviation authority led it to conclude that the nation now complies with ICAO ...

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