The FAA has restored a Category 1 rating to India under the FAA’s International Aviation Safety Assessment program. The restored Category 1 rating permits India’s airlines to add new flights to the United States using their own aircraft and also to carry the flight codes of U.S. carriers on their flights.

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Delta Air Lines will reinstate codesharing on flights operated by SkyTeam-alliance partner Aeroméxico on December 29, following the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision to upgrade to Category 1 the rating of Mexico’s federal civil aviation authority under ICAO’s International Aviation Safety Assessment program.

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Airlines from Mexico are now able to launch new services to the United States following a finding by the FAA that Mexico complies with international safety standards set by the International Civil Aviation Organization.

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In an assessment of Mexico’s civil aviation authority, the Federal Aviation Administration has found that the country is not in compliance with international safety standards set by the International Civil Aviation Organization.

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