VIENNA—Responding to allegations by American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines that Air Italy’s U.S. service additions violate the U.S.-Qatar Open Skies agreement, the Italian carrier said, “we are puzzled (but slightly flattered) that the three very largest U.S. carriers ... claim to be threatened by us.” The U.S. carriers “have waged a years-long war against their competitors in the Middle East. With those disputes having been settled last year, ...

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