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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