United Airlines said its application for seasonal service to Mexico still will leave one available designation for another US carrier to serve the routes, thereby dismissing Southwest Airlines’ letter of support for United’s application. At issue are two routes to Mexico—Houston-Puerto Vallarta and -San Jose del Cabo—for which United has applied for permission from the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to begin operating Nov. 1. United is applying for the routes ...

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