Mexico's federal commission on economic competition says the two companies can carry on with a new joint venture on flights between their nations
A model of a Delta airplane sits in front of the Bombardier CS100 aircraft after a news conference announcing a contract with Delta Air Lines, at Bombardier's hangar in Mirabel, Quebec, Canada April 28, 2016. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi, photo: Reuters/Christinne Muschi
02 of May 2016 15:28:35
MEXICO CITY — Mexico's anti-monopoly commission has approved a plan for a joint venture between U.S. carrier Delta Airlines and Mexico's Aeromexico, with conditions.Mexico's federal commission on economic competition says the two companies can carry on with a new joint venture on flights between their nations. However, they must give up landing slots at Mexico City's highly congested airport.The two airlines would have to give up slots equivalent to those used by Delta in 2015.The commission said Monday that the two airlines would also have to drop one of the two companies' flight designations on routes they share.