Us Mexico Bilateral Aviation Agreement

The governments of the United States and Mexico have recognized the emerging trend towards the design, production and exchange of civilian aviation products, which has led to a desire to promote aviation safety and environmental quality, while expressing common concerns about the safety of public aircraft operations. Subsequently, on September 18, 2007, Mexico and the United States signed a bilateral aviation safety agreement (BASA) in Montreal, Canada. In December 2015, the European Commission asked the Council to authorise the conclusion of a comprehensive agreement on air services between the EU and Mexico in order to continue to promote transport between the EU and Mexico. Mexico is one of the most powerful air markets in Latin America and has close air relations with a large number of member states. Since last Sunday, U.S. and Mexican airlines can make all the desired routes between the two countries without limiting the number of frequencies. However, the agreement does not remove restrictions on take-offs and landings at Mexico City International Airport. By notification prior to the implementation of the agreement, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Mexican Department of Communications and Transportation (SCT) have agreed to review definitively and formally all requests for international airline alliance agreements between airlines in each country, provided that the DOT and TBS, at the time of the agreement`s entry into force, , review all applications submitted by airlines in the other country.

to offer services, to take into account positively. or one of the following: in light of Article XX of the above agreement, which provides that the agreement will enter into force through the exchange of diplomatic notes after the contracting parties have obtained the approval, as their constitutional procedures are necessary, I am pleased to inform Your Excellency that the House of Senators of the Union Congress will take this agreement on 28 December 1962 , in accordance with the Federation`s decree issued in the Diario Oficial (Official Journal) to any country to enter into marketing agreements with one or more airlines from the other or third countries in order to provide services for intermediate destinations within or outside Mexico or the United States. For more information and figures on the EU-Mexico air relations and EU aviation in general, see the Atlas of Heaven. The BASA application helps air operations and their customers with delivery. One of the effects of the agreement is that it contributes to cost reduction: the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) no longer needs to approve certifications carried out by the Mexican Directorate General of Aviation (DGAC). The FAA and dgAC found that each authority`s aircraft certification methods for design and production certification, airworthiness certification and airworthiness of civilian aeronautical products, parts and equipment are satisfactory in their composition and presentation, in order to maintain implementation procedures. Implementation procedures are based on a high degree of mutual trust in the FAA`s ability and the regulatory competence of the FAA and DGAC to perform these tasks.