The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has tentatively awarded Mexico City International Airport slot-pairs to Seattle-based Alaska Airlines, New York-based JetBlue, Dallas-based Southwest Airlines, as well as Mexican low-cost carriers (LCCs) Volaris, VivaAerobus and Interjet. Mexican government approval is still required before scheduling and tickets sales can commence. Flights are expected to begin by summer 2017. The slots became available Jan. 6 following Aeromexico and Delta ...

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