The leading European and US airport trade organizations called for "urgent" progress on European-US open skies when the two sides meet today in Washington. In a joint letter to US Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta and EU Transport Commissioner Jacques Barrot, Airports Council International-Europe and ACI North America, which represent more than 600 airports, expressed concern that "the two sides may over time inadvertently slip into a legal quagmire which would create uncertainty or ...

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