Alaska Airlines, seeking to broaden its Pacific Northwest footprint, has asked the Transportation Department (DOT) for permission to operate seasonal flights between Portland, Ore., and San Jose del Cabo and Puerto Vallarta in Mexico. If permission is granted, Alaska would be the first U.S. carrier to operate between Portland and the two Mexican cities. By the terms of the U.S.-Mexico bilateral agreement, each government must approve a maximum of three carriers to operate those ...
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