Reforming cabotage rules and ensuring the global cooperation to negotiation multilateral—rather than merely bilateral—air services agreements are critical to aviation’s future, John Byerly, former lead U.S. negotiator on open-skies agreements said yesterday. There are few big countries left for the U.S. to sign open-skies agreements with, Byerly said yesterday at the Airports Council International-North America international aviation seminar in Washington. In the 20 years since the U.S. ...
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