Delta and Alaska this year will add new service in the U.S.-Mexico market, thanks to new exemptions from the U.S. Transportation Dept. Alaska over a three-day period in October will add three new U.S.-Mexico markets to its operational roster (DAILY, May 30). On Oct. 27, the carrier will launch Seattle-Cancun service. The following day, Portland-San Jose del Cabo will come on line, followed by the start of Portland-Puerto Vallarta flights on Oct. 29. The airline plans to offer nonstop ...
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