US Dept. of Transportation yesterday tentatively selected Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines and JetBlue Airways to operate new US-Mexico flights that were granted in last December's revised air services treaty between the countries. Delta was selected to operate Los Angeles-Puerto Vallarta flights, Frontier was awarded LAX-San Jose del Cabo service and JetBlue was given New York JFK-Cancun flights. Any objections to the tentative awards are due within 10 days.

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