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US raises Mexico air safety rating in boost for country's airlines

  • The United States Federal Aviation Administration has upgraded Mexico's aviation safety rating to the highest level, allowing Mexican airlines to expand routes to the U.S. And for U.S. Airlines to sell tickets on Mexican airline-operated flights.
  • The FAA had downgraded Mexico's safety rating in May 2021 for failing to meet standards set by the International Civil Aviation Organization. This had led to U.S. Airlines gaining market share while Mexican carriers suffered. However, Mexico implemented changes and worked closely with the FAA to resolve safety issues.
  • The upgrade will lead to increased connectivity and better use of the fleet for Mexican airline carriers such as Aeromexico and Volaris. This will include the addition of new U.S. Routes and potential marketing agreements with U.S. Carriers.
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