The US and EU made "substantial progress" during week-long open skies negotiations in Brussels, according to a joint statement released Friday. "The delegations reached full agreement on cooperation with respect to competition issues in the air transport industry based on a continuous and structured dialogue and with respect to government subsidies and support," negotiators said. European Commission spokesperson Stefaan de Rynck said in a briefing that the EU would like to reach an agreement ...

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