The three major US legacy carriers are making demands that would jeopardize Open Skies and reduce competition, the CEOs of four US airlines tell the newly appointed US Secretary of State and Transportation Secretary. In letters to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and DOT Secretary Elaine Chao, the heads of Hawaiian Airlines, New York-based JetBlue Airways and cargo carriers Atlas Air and FedEx appeal collectively under the banner of the Airlines for Open Skies (USAOS), a coalition formed to ...

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