The future of international aviation lies in a group of air carriers that serve whole world regions bonded together by commercial and trade agreements. Region-dominating carriers will replace the national flag carriers that have ruled international skies since the post-World War I era, the aviation scholar Henri Wassenbergh said. The national flag carriers are the ``flying dead,'' the former KLM Royal Dutch Airlines official and Netherlands negotiator said. The marketplace ...
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