Leading US and European airline trade organizations issued a joint statement yesterday calling on governments on both continents to "reduce obstacles to the economic recovery of the airline industry." The statement was released at the end of an extraordinary two-day meeting between the boards of directors of the Air Transport Assn. and the Assn. of European Airlines. "Both the ATA and the AEA airlines have done a remarkable job of cost-cutting and increasing productivity, while proactively ...

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