What’s the point of an open skies agreement if partner countries can routinely violate the rules and put the jobs of U.S. airline workers at risk?  That’s the question that hundreds of thousands of airline workers are asking, including the 60,000 flight attendants who are members of the Association of Flight Attendants-Communications Workers of America (CWA), and 15,000 CWA-represented passenger service agents, when it comes to the massive subsidies that the United Arab ...


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