United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has staked out a hardline position on alleged Gulf airline subsidies, warning of a “huge uproar from Americans” when the full scope of the issue becomes widely known and US jobs are potentially lost. Speaking March 2 at the US Chamber of Commerce Aviation Summit in Washington DC, Munoz made clear that he and United will aggressively push the US government to take action against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar over what Munoz considers to ...

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