Emirates Airline, Qatar Airways and Etihad represent a new kind of competitive threat that is incompatible with the existing world aviation order and that probably needs to be dealt with through ICAO, Assn. of European Airlines Secretary General Ulrich Schulte-Strathaus said last week in Washington. Schulte-Strathaus told the International Aviation Club that the trio of Persian Gulf-based carriers "are owned by their respective governments and operated as an instrument of national ...

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