The International Air Carrier Association (IACA), which defends the interests of Europe’s leisure airlines, is adding its voice to the din surrounding the Gulf carriers’ rapid expansion into Europe and their state ownership, arguing the controversy is distracting airlines from requesting European legislators to reconsider a number of European policies that are detrimental to its carriers. The competitiveness challenge faced by the European airlines has its roots “in ...

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