Disputes Over Open Skies Policy Take Shape

Credit: Joe Pries Aviation
DENVER—The CEOs of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines are thought to have asked the Obama administration to freeze the number of flights Persian Gulf carriers operate to the U.S., and to renegotiate the open skies agreements between the U.S. and Qatar and the United Arab Emirates...

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