U.S. Ready To Restrict Alitalia Flights In Dispute Over Italian Airport Fees

The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) is accusing Italian airports of charging U.S. airlines discriminatory fees and is threatening to retaliate by prohibiting Alitalia from interlining or code-sharing on flights between Italy and the U.S. In a show cause order issued last week—the last step...

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