Senior executives from two of the three major US carriers involved in the growing dispute over alleged unfair competition from the Gulf carriers said Tuesday they are simply asking for government-to-government consultations on the US Open Skies agreements with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar. Speaking as panelists at the CAPA Americas Aviation Summit in Las Vegas April 28, American Airlines SVP-government affairs Will Ris and Delta Air Lines VP & chief legal officer Ben Hirst ...

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