U.S. airlines get serious about Mexican markets in wake of liberalization deal and strong demand
U.S. airlines' international service expansion to regions with higher demand and revenue don't necessarily have to come in the form of long-haul flights across the world's oceans. Partially thanks to a liberalized government agreement, many carriers--especially low-cost airlines--are increasingly looking closer to home and making an aggressive push across the southern border to Mexico. Airlines are seeing a growing number of consumers who are scared off of trips to Europe and Asia ...
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