If the recent World Air Transport Summit in Miami has proven anything, it is the inability of the industry and its regulators to settle a major disagreement. Rather, the fight around subsidies for Gulf carriers is slowly but surely turning into the fiercest dispute in many years. And a solution is not in sight. As IATA’s Director General and CEO Tony Tyler rightly said, the initiative of Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and American Airlines is a “lobbying campaign.” It ...

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