WASHINGTON—The heads of the three big U.S. network carriers say they will go to Congress if the Obama administration does not act on their complaints about the three Persian Gulf carriers being subsidized by their governments. Appearing together in Washington at a sold-out National Press Club luncheon on May 15, Delta Air Lines’ Richard Anderson, American Airlines’ Doug Parker and United Airlines’ Jeff Smisek reiterated many of the details of their argument that ...

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