US airports appear to be taking a different approach to use agreements with airlines to account for a changing environment in which gates and other facilities are less likely to be devoted to a single carrier and the airline industry is increasingly unpredictable. Whereas historically US airlines have maintained effective ownership over gate and counter space through long-term lease agreements, the new model more closely resembles traditional practices in Europe and Asia. "Go back ...

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