Mexico’s Air-Safety Rating Returns to Category 1


FAA downgrade in 2021 followed a series of safety issues and affected carriers such as Aeromexico and Volaris

By Anthony Harrup and Juan Montes

Mexican carriers such as Volaris will again be able to compete for the U.S. market on a level playing field following the safety-rating upgrade. PHOTO: EDGARD GARRIDO/REUTERS

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday returned Mexico’s air safety rating to its highest level, more than two years after downgrading the country on concerns about its safety oversight.

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Source.- The Wall Street Journal

The Mexico Daily Post