Southwest Airlines is revealing where it plans to fly in Mexico through filings with the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) that support—or, with some caveats, do not object to—another airline’s plans in that country. United Airlines has applied for an exemption that would allow SkyWest, operating as United Express, to fly between Houston and Mexico City. United and its code-share partner, ExpressJet, already have the authority to fly the route, but United is asking ...
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