The US government has approved the liberalized US-Mexico air services agreement, but the Mexican Senate must ratify it before it can go into effect, a top US Department of Transportation official has said. “Once the Mexican Senate ratifies the agreement, it will start the process for it to enter into force,” Susan Kurland, assistant secretary of transportation for aviation and international affairs, told ATW’s sister publication Aviation Daily at the Airports Council ...

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