Two competing visions for international aviation were laid out recently, one an eloquent plea for a new era of international capacity regulation and the rebuttal a blunt and unapologetic call to maintain the path toward open skies and liberalization. Ironically, the former came from a part of the aviation world that for more than a decade has been associated with enthusiastic, even strident demands for greater liberalization, open skies and more, while the rejoinder emerged from a region ...

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