If the CEOs of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines get their way, U.S. Congress will hold yet another set of hearings this year on the seemingly never-ending quarrel over the U.S. Open Skies agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Qatar. This time, the focus of the dispute—at least on the surface—is tiny Italian carrier Air Italy. The privately-owned, Milan-based carrier was formerly branded Meridiana; operates 14 aircraft (three of those, being Boeing ...

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