Airlines for America (A4A) is confident legislators will implement pieces of its proposed National Airline Policy in the coming year despite fiscal constraints. “The difference now is that we’ve been educating policy makers for about a year,” A4A President and CEO Nicholas Calio said at a Dec. 5 media event attended by CEOs from Alaska Airlines, Atlas Air, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines and US Airways. “We think as we continue that education process, we are ...


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