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TWA Seeks Exemptions For Mexico City Nonstops From New Orleans, St. Louis
TWA asked DOT for a two-year exemption to operate scheduled combination service between New Orleans and Mexico City. The carrier plans to begin the flights Jan. 31, 1999, with MD-83 aircraft, providing the only nonstop service on the route. The New Orleans-Mexico City service will originate and terminate at New York Kennedy, linking with TWA's international service. TWA also applied for a two-year exemption to institute service - the only nonstops - between St. Louis and Mexico City.