Open skies talks between the US and EU are set to resume today in Brussels with experts warning that the lack of an accord--or at least an initial agreement--could postpone a potential transatlantic air pact indefinitely and create increased tension for US-EU flight operations. "The US cannot surrender its role of leadership in the international aviation community," attorney Allan Mendelsohn, former assistant secretary for transportation affairs at the US State Dept., said last week in ...

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