U.S. Remains Committed To Open Skies Despite Calls To Limit Access

WASHINGTON —The U.S. government is not wavering from its open skies policy and will negotiate open skies deals with any friendly country that is interested, despite calls for the government to roll back liberalization in order to protect the U.S. airline industry, a senior State Dept. official said...

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