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Delta Air Lines, Aeromexico to cooperate on transborder flights


Aeromexico and Delta Air Lines have started cooperating on trans-border flights in a bid to serve new destinations by investing in airport facilities and implementing joint sales and marketing initiatives, according to Shipping Gazette.
This comes after the partners informed the US Department of Transportation (DOT) and Mexico's Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) that they have completed the necessary steps required to launch this project.
Delta will provide services in the US through its hubs in Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis-St Paul, New York, Salt Lake City and Seattle, while Aeromexico will open up its domestic market via Mexico City, Monterrey and Guadalajara.
Delta chief executive, Ed Bastian, was quoted as saying in a report by London's Air Cargo News: "The ability to cooperate fully with Aeromexico brings additional competition to one of the most dynamic transborder markets in the world. We are now well positioned to provide significant benefits to our customers, our businesses and our employees."
Said Aeromexico CEO Andres Conesa: "We are also pleased that this agreement will help strengthen the relationship between Mexico and the US by offering greater connectivity between the two countries than ever before."
Mr Conesa said the agreement would provide "greater choice of flights and connectivity between both countries. For our employees, it represents an extraordinary opportunity for growth and the adoption of best practices that will make us the best alliance in the region".
In March, Delta completed a cash tender offer to acquire 32 per cent of Grupo Aeromexico, giving it 36.2 per cent of the outstanding shares of the Mexican airline with options to acquire a stake of up to 49 per cent.

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