The City of Houston has asked the US government to seek a new bilateral agreement with Mexico by the end of 2014, in an attempt to ensure United Airlines and Southwest Airlines eventually can fly the same routes. The filing with the US Department of Transportation (DOT) comes as United and Southwest jockey for route authorities between Houston and large Mexican cities. The current agreement between the two countries allows only two carriers to serve most routes, with several exceptions, ...

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