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  • Mar 5, 2015
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    In Open Skies war game, Gulf carriers 3: US carriers 0 5

    Today, after two years of “investigation” and a largely behind-closed-doors campaign (apart from the Delta CEO’s unfortunate CNN interview), the three major US carriers finally made public the document that allegedly proves their Gulf carrier rivals are operating only because of more than $40 billion subsidies from their state owners....More
  • Feb 19, 2015
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    Delta’s terrorist apology is not enough 12

    Delta CEO Richard Anderson’s unfortunate comment on CNN on the UAE and 9/11 terrorists shows the dangers of the slippery slope he has put himself on with the campaign against the major Gulf carriers....More
  • Jan 30, 2015
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    Qatar & IAG: Shifting sands in the global reach of the Gulf carriers

    Today’s announcement that Qatar Airways has acquired a 9.99% stake in British Airways/Iberia parent company International Airlines Group (IAG) is an interesting development in the ongoing change in the international airline landscape prompted by the growth of the Gulf carriers....More
  • Jan 21, 2015
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    US carriers should tread carefully in their anti-Gulf carrier campaign 2

    Following a bit of saber-rattling last year, leaders of the “big three” US consolidated carriers, American, Delta and United, are believed to ramping up their campaign in Washington DC against the major Gulf carriers, which are looking to expand their North American footprints....More
  • Jan 7, 2015
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    Handicapping the Haneda derby

    DOT is considering whether to reallocate Delta’s Seattle-Tokyo Haneda slot pair, setting off a clash between three US airlines....More

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