U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood will join Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton March 30 to celebrate the U.S.’s 100 Open Skies accords. The agreements, which are negotiated by a team within the State Department, have marked U.S. transportation and foreign policy since 1992, when President Bill Clinton’s administration signed the first open skies with The Netherlands. That deal, which granted airlines from both countries unrestricted landing rights, the landmark 100th accord ...

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