The United States lowered Mexico’s air safety rating
This Tuesday, the Federal Aviation Administration announced (Little, For its abbreviation in English), Lowered to level 2, From Class 1, to Mexican Aviation. This is because Mexico Do not meet air safety standards From the International Civil Aviation Organization.
This arrangement allows Continue in The Current services From Mexican Airlines to the United States. However, the New services and routes are prohibitedAccording to a Federal Aviation Administration statement. This scale Will hurt at Airlines The Mexicans and Their Plans expansion.
The agency also explains that US airlines are already They will not be able to sell tickets with shared codes Identify trips operated by Mexican companies, such as those in between Delta and Aeromexico. In return, he indicates that he will maintain control On Mexican Airlines flights to the United States.
This classification indicates that Mexican laws Lacks supervision requirements For companies in matters Supervisor Aviation Security Government.
The event also takes place days after the government’s decision Protection It attempted to change the navigation system in the airspace of the Valley of Mexico to its previous design. A court ruled in May 20 For the Ministry of Transport and Communications (SCT) Benefits Redesign From airspace in larger areas traffic.
So far, there is 88 countries Which is part of those of nOr meet civil aviation standards international. Among them are Bangladesh, Malaysia, Thailand, Pakistan and Venezuela.
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