Most restrictions on flights between the United States and Mexico will be lifted Sunday, which could lower prices for travellers and offer more options. Three airlines, Southwest, Delta, and American, have already said they will offer new flights later this year. Officials at United are keeping an eye on demand and will respond accordingly.
The two countries decided that they will open their aviation markets to each other’s carriers starting in December. Before, rules said only two or three airlines from each country were allowed a particular route. Those limits will go away, which means airlines on both sides of the border will be able to fly wherever they want, as often as they want, with their own set prices. The agreement does not, however, relax the limits set on how many takeoffs and landings will be allowed at Mexico City’s main airport so the first new flights will be to resort towns in Mexico.
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