Panel discussion at the US Chamber of Commerce Aviation Summit. From L to R: Atlas Air Worldwide CEO Bill Flynn, Allegiant Air CEO Maurice Gallagher, Airbus Americas chairman Alan McArtor, JetBlue Airways CEO Robin Hayes and Alaska Airlines CEO Brad Tilden.
The CEOs of JetBlue Airways, Alaska Airlines and Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings continue to push back against American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines on the issue of alleged Gulf airline subsidies. American chairman and CEO Doug Parker and United CEO Oscar Munoz both used strong language at the March 2 US Chamber of Commerce Aviation Summit in Washington DC to call for the US government to take action against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar over alleged subsidies to ...
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