Six US senators have written a letter to the US secretaries of state and transportation, encouraging them to take “firm action” against alleged large government subsidies to the Gulf majors that allow those airlines to fly routes to the US they say would not be viable absent government assistance. The senators―three Democrats and three Republicans―wrote that Emirates Airline, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways have saturated Gulf-US routes with overcapacity “facilitated by ...

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