A group including several US airlines, US airports and US companies associated with tourism has urged Congress to reaffirm Open Skies agreements and reject pleas from American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines to take action against the major Gulf carriers over alleged subsidies. Dallas/Fort Worth-based American, Atlanta-based Delta and Chicago-based United continue to push for the US government to address what the major US airlines allege are improper subsidies to Emirates ...

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