WASHINGTON—In what appears to be a divergence from the terms of the diplomatic understanding the U.S. and United Arab Emirates (UAE) reached over their Open Skies agreement, a top White House official told industry stakeholders there is a freeze on adding routes to the U.S. Peter Navarro, assistant to U.S. President Donald Trump and director of the White House Trade Council, told aviation industry stakeholders during a briefing May 14 that the UAE had committed to a freeze on fifth ...

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