US and Mexico last week agreed to a new aviation bilateral that increases from two to three the number of passenger airlines from each country that can operate between the countries. Under the agreement, the carriers may fly between any US city and any of 14 Mexican cities. Also, any number of scheduled all-cargo carriers may fly between the countries under the new accord and three all-cargo carriers from each country may fly in each city-pair market. The previous agreement allowed only ...

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