Mexican carrier Interjet is seeking the same U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) exemptions that allow Volaris to serve three airports designated to bankrupt Mexicana de Aviacion. Under the current bilateral air services accord between Mexico and the U.S., only two airlines from each country can serve a designated city pair. But because of Mexico’s bankruptcy laws, Mexicana still holds the rights to multiple routes despite grounding its operations in August 2010. Volaris in June ...


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