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Byerly Sees Flexible Cabotage Rules As Path To Global Cooperation
December 07, 2012
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...
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