Increasing US regulatory interference in the business of airlines is a retreat from the free market principles that are the basis of deregulation and could have unintended negative consequences, IATA DG Tony Tyler told a Washington audience Thursday. In a keynote address at the FAA Aviation Forecast Conference, Tyler said ill-conceived regulatory measures were unfairly biased against the airline industry and forced business practices on them that are not applied to other industries. ...

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