The coalition led by the three US legacy carriers and organized labor is asking the US government to request the three Gulf airlines freeze capacity to the US. This should be done if Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) consult over those airlines’ access to the US. “We haven’t asked the US government to unilaterally freeze capacity,” Delta Air Lines EVP-corporate affairs and legal counsel Ben Hirst told ATW at the Boyd Group’s International Aviation ...

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