Representatives from the three major legacy U.S. carriers and their unions, ratcheting down demands to rip up the open skies deals with Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), are asking the Obama administration to begin talks with the countries over alleged subsidies for Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and Emirates Airline. The three Persian Gulf carriers should be barred from adding any new capacity to the U.S. until consultations are concluded, representatives from Delta Air Lines, United ...

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