Industry officials expect US and UK negotiators to reach agreement on a new Open Skies agreement in the next round of negotiations taking place Nov. 28 in Washington DC, but ownership and control regulations remain a concern. “Future ownership and control changes could subject [the airlines] to US government review,” John Byerly, the chief US negotiator of the 2007 US/European Union (EU) Open Skies deal, told attendees at the CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit in Berlin. ...

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