Grupo Aeromexico and Delta have filed an application with the Mexican “Comisón Federal de Competencia Económica” (Federal Economic Competition Commission) for a Joint Cooperation Agreement on flights between the United States and Mexico.
Subject to the required economic competition authority’s approvals, the airlines expect to offer an expanded network, enhancing routes and schedules, concurrently increasing opportunities to co-locate and invest in airport facilities by improving gates, lounges and the overall connecting experience, Grupo Aeromexico said in a statement announcing the application.
Additionally, the airlines will increase joint sales and marketing initiatives.
This application follows a similar one that was presented to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on March 31.
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