The US and Barbados reached a liberalized open skies agreement allowing airlines from both countries "to select routes, destinations and prices for both passenger and cargo service based on consumer demand and market conditions," the US Dept. of Transportation stated. "It provides airlines of the two nations with codesharing and intermodal rights." Barbados will become the US's 99th open skies partner upon signing of the pact. "This agreement means ...

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