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Candidates for the 2008 Commercial Air Transport Laurels
John Byerly, deputy assistant U.S. secretary of State for transportation affairs, and Daniel Calleja, director of the Air Transport Directorate of the European Commission, led negotiating teams that reached a historic aviation liberalization agreement on Apr. 30, 2007. Effective in March, the agreement allows any European airline to operate between the U.S. and all points in Europe, not just in its home country. The agreement also opens up routes between the U.S. and London Heathrow Airport to any airline from the U.S. and Europe.