JetBlue Airways is ready and willing to transfer one of its Mexico City slot pairs to United Airlines, as the New York-based carrier prepares to cease flying to the Mexican capital in January. JetBlue announced Oct. 23 its decision to halt daily flights to Mexico City International Airport (MEX) to focus on more profitable operations elsewhere, pressured by a deteriorating competitive and demand environment in the region. In a Nov. 22 filing with the U.S. Department of Transportation ...

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