The US airlines’ advocacy association is pursuing a five-step plan to bring about a national aviation policy.
The US airlines’ advocacy association is pursuing a five-step plan to bring about a national aviation policy. Speaking Monday at the ISTAT Americas 2012 conference in Scottsdale, Ariz., Airlines for America (A4A) president and CEO Nicholas Calio said US airlines have become the most regulated de-regulated industry in America—and rules governing how they operate, along with exorbitant taxes and fees, are having unintended and negative consequences. “We need a holistic ...
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